Kanye West is running for the White House and he wants Donald Trump as his vice



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Kanye West is running for the White House and he wants Donald Trump as his vice

Kanye West is running for the White House: he would like Donald Trump as his deputy. The former president has already announced his new candidacy for 2024. The same rapper in a video posted on Twitter, in which he was just readmitted, thanks to the management of Elon Musk, after being banned for anti-Semitic statements, said it.

West, who now goes by the name Ye, said: "I think the thing that upset Trump the most was the fact that he asked him to serve as my vice president. I think that was the lowest on his list. possible surprises. Trump practically yelled at me, that I would lose.

And I said, stop a minute, Trump, you're talking to Ye." The rapper had already run without much success in 2020. But on the same day of the elections two years ago he had posted a photo of him in front of a map of the USA with the inscription Kanye 2024.

Meanwhile, in addition to Kanye West, a guest of Donald Trump's residence in Mar-a-Lago a few days ago, there was also the white supremacist Nick Fuentes.
An anti-Semite and Holocaust denier, Fuentes was mentioned by the rapper in a video in which he announced his candidacy and asked the tycoon to be his vice president.

Founder of a nationalist organization called the America First Foundation, Fuentes was present at the Unite the Right white supremacist rally in Charlottesville in 2017. Over the years he has made a number of offensive and racist statements and once criticized Trump for turning his back on supremacism.

. His profiles have been removed from YouTube and other social media. But it was not immediately clear that Trump had also participated in the meeting between the two. It was the former president himself who talked about it in a post on his social media Truth without, however, naming the supremacist or talking about Ye's race for the White House: "Last week, Kanye West called me for dinner at Mar-a-Lago.

He unexpectedly showed up with three of his friends, whom I didn't know about. We had dinner with many other people, dinner was quick and quiet. Then they left for the airport. " Founder of a nationalist organization called the America First Foundation, Fuentes was present at the Unite the Right white supremacist rally in Charlottesville in 2017.

Over the years he has made a number of offensive and racist statements and once criticized Trump for turning his back on supremacism. . His profiles have been removed from YouTube and other social media.