The former Starbucks executive wouldn’t say whether he’d sell his shares in the coffee company if he ran for president and won.
Schultz drew a stark comparison to Trump's decision not to release his tax returns before the 2016 elections.
The former Starbucks CEO is not a fan of President Trump.
Since 1999, Schultz has contributed about two-and-a-half percent of his vast wealth to the family nonprofit.
Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz said Trump is insecure and regards his Twitter attacks as a sign of weakness.
Despite his progressive credentials, Democrats say Schultz's campaign could re-elect Trump.
The former Starbucks CEO has not been shy about voicing his political opinions.
“We’re living at a most fragile time,” Schultz said during a 60 Minutes interview.