Kanye West Election Campaign Might Be A Spoiler For Joe Biden
Kanye West Secretly Supporting Trump: Kanye West made a lot of headlines when he announced that he is running for president in the 2020 elections. Even with his entry, experts say that Joe Biden is the favourite to win the elections this year. Donald Trump did make a good impression as president and this might come as a positive thing for Joe Biden who was the vice-president during Obama’s presidency. However, with the entry of Kanye, there is a fear that the votes might split up and ruin the chances for Joe Biden to become the next president.
Have Kanye West And Donald Trump Joined Hands To Beat Joe Biden
There were some strong rumours that Kanye West was seeking help from Republican strategists who have also helped Trump in the past. This puts an important question of whether the two are actually together for some strange strategy to beat Joe Biden. During a recent interview, Kanye said he is ‘walking’ towards the presidency. It raised suspicion regarding his lack of interest to win. Moreover, Kanye has supported Trump in the past and has been a Republican supporter for a very long time.
Donald Trump Praises Kanye West And Denies Rumours Of Help
Trump himself tried to clear the air that no one from his party is helping Kanye West in his election campaign. Moreover, he was in praise of Kanye and said, “I like Kanye very much. No, I have nothing to do with him getting on the ballot. We’ll have to see what happens.” Even though Kanye does not support Trump anymore publicly, he gave some hint on spoiling the chances of Joe becoming the president. On being asked of whether is trying to play a spoilsport in this elections, he said, “I’m not going to argue with you. Jesus is King.”
Kanye West May Not Succeed In His Attempt To Fail Joe Biden
From the assessment of Kanye’s campaign, he might not be able to achieve what he is aiming for. As far as his election campaign is concerned, he is struggling a lot to get even one presidential ballot. Moreover, he has already missed the deadline of many states.