Kanye West reportedly drops out of presidential race

Понедельник, 20 Июл, 2020

Days after tweeting he was running for president, the rapper Kanye West is reportedly dropping his attempt to get in the 2020 race.

Kanye West has been letting us know he intends on running for president sometime in the near future for the past couple of years.

According to a new report from Intelligencer, a "get-out-the-vote specialist" named Steve Kramer claims West is already "out" after the Yeezy founder hired both "paid and volunteer" staff to help him secure signatures in Florida and SC to get him on the ballot.

There has yet to be additional information provided on who made up the 180-person team West assembled, but the squad was set to be located in Florida.

The rapper Chance The Rapper has shown his support To his pride, and a friend, rapper Chicago native Kanye West to Be A candidate for the presidency.

"Everyone has their personal decision about why they make decisions", Kramer told the magazine, noting the difficulty in running for president, particularly for a political novice.

West had previously said Donald Trump was a "hero" but in an interview with Forbes last week he withdrew his support for the US President.

He named Michelle Tidball, 57, as his running mate ahead of the 2020 election. The rap star's road to power hit a substantial stumbling block on Tuesday as the first polls since he announced his intention to run for President of the United States of America showed him gaining barely any support.

After reportedly amassing a sizable team of operatives aimed at gathering signatures and getting the prospective candidate on ballots, the efforts abruptly ended and now the deadlines have passed or are passing.

At some point, however, the rapper's ardor for the President started to wain.

There's been no official word from Kanye just yet. today he Tweeted about how much he likes this chair. There are even nine states where write-ins aren't allowed. "But in this hypothetical scenario where you're replacing Trump, can someone explain why Joe Biden would be better?"

West's announcement was met with with mixed reactions of skepticism and excitement, as online bookmakers cut his odds of winning the election from 500/1 to 50/1. The pollsters' first question excluded Kanye West, where respondents were asked who they would be voting for come November.

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