Kanye West says he ran for the president. But he didn’t actually take any steps

Kanye West said on Saturday it was an obvious challenge to go head-to-head with president Donald Trump in the 2020 US elections.

“Now we must fulfill the promise of America by relying on God, uniting our vision and building our future,” tweeted. “I’m running for the president of the United States! # 2020VISION.”
West tweeted his plans days after he released a new song and released a new album called “God’s Country”.

Fans immediately tweeted their support for the musician and business mongolian, who had a history of promoting him and his projects with political expressions.

So far, it seems that the West does not actually intend to run for president.

Only four months after the election, the West still needs to register with the Federal Election Commission, offer a campaign platform, collect enough signatures for the November vote and more.

He has already missed. deadline filing as an independent candidate in many countries.
Nevertheless, he received at least one remarkable support. Tesla CEO Elon Musk recently photographed With West, “I have full support!”
Kim Kardashian in West reTweet announcement by her husband with the American flag emoji.
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West’s announcement did not reveal the idea of ​​candidacy for the US president for the first time.

West said that he would first run for the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards. The video ended the acceptance speech for the Vanguard Award in 2020. But in January 2019 tweeted “2024,” apparently delays their plans.
In an interview with Charlamagne tha God in May 2018, West said it would be “Trump campaign and perhaps Bernie Sanders principles” if it runs its platform.

Over the past few years, fans have gained and lost for West Trump’s vocal support. The West regularly tweeted his admiration for the President, wore a red “Make America Great Again” and visited the Oval Office.

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However, he recently left the President on the Black Life Issue movement and protests against police brutality and racial injustices.

In June, West donated $ 2 million to support the families of three black people, George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor, who were killed in police and citizen-related incidents.

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