Kanye West said Saturday he is running for president in the 2020 US political race, a clear test to clash with President Donald Trump.
“We should now understand the guarantee of America by confiding in God, bringing together our vision and building our future,” West tweeted. “I am running for leader of the United States! #2020VISION.”
West tweeted his arrangements days subsequent to prodding another tune and declaring another collection named “God’s Country.”
Fans quickly tweeted their help for the artist and business big shot, who has a background marked by advancing himself and his undertakings with political articulations.
Up until this point, it doesn’t show up West has any goal of really running for president.
With the political race just four months away, West despite everything needs to enroll with the Federal Election Commission, present a battle stage, gather enough marks to jump on the November voting form and then some.
He has just missed the cutoff time to record as a free competitor in numerous states.
All things considered, he’s accumulated at any rate one striking underwriting. Tesla CEO Elon Musk, who was as of late shot with West, reacted to his tweet with: “You have my full help!”
Kim Kardashian West additionally retweeted her better half’s declaration with an American banner emoticon.
Kanye West tells Trump MAGA cap caused him to feel like 'Superman'
Kanye West tells Trump MAGA cap caused him to feel like ‘Superman’
West’s declaration isn’t the first run through he’s prodded running for US president.
West previously said he would run for president at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards. He finished his acknowledgment discourse for the Video Vanguard Award by saying he would run in 2020. Be that as it may, in January 2019, he tweeted “2024,” apparently postponing his arrangements.
In a May 2018 meeting with Charlamagne tha God, West said if he somehow happened to run his foundation would be “the Trump crusade and possibly the Bernie Sanders standards. That would be my blend.”
In the course of recent years, West has both picked up and lost fans over his vocal help of Trump. West routinely tweeted his profound respect for the President, wore a red “Make America Great Again” cap, and visited the Oval Office. Notwithstanding, he’s as of late veered from the President over the Black Lives Matter development and fights against police mercilessness and racial foul play.
In June, West gave $2 million to help the groups of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor, three Black individuals who were slaughtered in episodes with police and residents.