Kanye West Intends to be a Spoiler in the 2020 US Presidential Election
Kanye West admitted that his presidential bid is a spoiler campaign to take away votes from Democratic nominee, Joe Biden.
The rapper said in an interview with Forbes via text message that he is not running but "walking to win." West refused to name the people behind his strategy and if he is receiving help from the Republicans for the 2020 presidential election.
According to The Sun, when it was pointed out that West won't be on enough ballots to win the election through write-ins or through 270 electoral votes, thus making West's campaign a spoiler, Ye replied: "I'm not going to argue with you. Jesus is King."
Kanye West revealed his ongoing relationship with the White House. He also claimed that he is designing a school next month."I'm meeting with Betsy DeVos about the post-COVID curriculum," West said.
There is no response yet from the Secretary of Education's press office to the request for comment from Forbes. Forbe also asked about the hurried effort to get Kanye on states' presidential ballot as well as the allegations of forged signatures. West just replied that their campaign effort was a "God production."
DailyMail reported that president Donal J. Trump denied any involvement with West's effort to get on the ballot in the presidential race in spite of the revelations about GOP-connected officials who are aiding the effort.
When DailyMail.com asked president Trump at the White House about new disclosures about assisting West in his petition-drive, the president said, "I'm not involved."
Trump added that he likes Kanye West and the rapper has been very nice to him but Trump denied a role in the latest actions of the rapper-producer.
"No, not at all. No, not at all. Other than I get along with him very well. I like him. I like his wife. His wife recommended certain people as you know for, including Alice Johnson who's a fantastic woman," the president continued by praising Kim Kardashian and pointing to the successful push of Kardashian for Trump to grant clemency for her life sentence on a drug conviction. Trump added: 'No, I have nothing to do with him getting on the ballot.'
Meanwhile, on Monday, West filed for the presidential ballot in Arkansas with his vice president and biblical life coach, Michelle Tidbal amid the forgery claims. West submitted the 1,000 required signatures just minutes before the 12pm deadline.
On the other hand, Kanye West missed the Kansas deadline and the required 5,000 signatures. West has officially missed the deadlines in Maryland and New York. However, West has filed to run in both West Virginia and Vermont, according to TMZ.
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