Kayne West announces bid for US Presidency and here’s how tweeps reacted

Ankit Kumar
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If Kayne West is serious about his decision, he will have to start from scratch


Everyone woke up to surprise on June 4 after American hip-hop star Kayne West announced that he would be running for President in the US President election of 2020. He will apparently challenge current President Donald Trump whom he has shown support several times and his presumptive Democratic rival, Joe Biden. However, it is not clear if the singer is serious, or this is just another publicity stunt.

Soon after the tweet of Kanye West, Twitter exploded with memes and jokes. While lots of people supported the musician, many called it a propaganda planted by Donald Trump to divide Joe Biden’s vote. Here are some of the interesting reactions by Twitter users.

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What Kayne needs to do to run for president?

We don’t know how serious the ‘Famous’ Singer is, but we are sure about the challenges he would be facing if he is serious about running for the President. He will have to start a campaign from the start in July of an election year. The 43-year-old rapper would need to qualify for ballot access in all of the 50 states of the United states and district of Columbia. A presidential-grade organization is also needed which West will have to build from scratch. It doesn’t seem easy without the support of a party infrastructure.

Till now, there is no news of him filling forms with the Federal Election Commission to run in the Presidential election.

Kayne West had earlier talked about running for president too. In 2019, he told an audience that he will run for President. He and his wife Kim Kardashian, a famous TV personality and model, have worked with Donald Trump on numerous occasions including the release of prisoners.

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