Kim Kardashian Endorses Kanye West For POTUS & Fans Are Outraged: ‘Lives Are At Stake’


Not everybody was thrilled with Kim Kardashian after she endorsed husband Kanye West for President of the USA.

This didn’t go over nicely. Kim Kardashian, 39, acquired a ton of backlash on social media when she shared her husband Kanye West‘s preliminary tweet about him working for POTUS on Saturday, July 4. She solely added an American flag emoji to her personal tweet however that was sufficient for individuals to be enraged that she would even think about supporting him. “Democracy shouldn't be a play factor for the wealthy and well-known. Actual lives are at stake,” one particular person wrote in response whereas one other chimed in with one thing related by saying, “They don’t care. That is all a fame sport for them, the results of which they won't undergo.”

It wasn’t all destructive for the KKW Magnificence founder as some discovered humor within the scenario. One joked about it actually being the “WEST wing” by sharing a pic of Kim cuddling with their eldest daughter North West

, 7, throughout their time within the Oval Workplace.

Then there have been individuals who believed he was doing this simply to get Donald Trump re-elected in November. “Do you guys assume that is all a joke?,” actor Eric Balfour tweeted. “That probably pulling votes away from the one nominee who can defeat Donald Trump is cute or humorous? That is the peak of privilege, finally it received’t damage you, you’re rich sufficient to outlive Four extra years of Trump! Come the f**okay on!”

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Kanye positively shook issues up within the late hours of July 4th when he broke the web together with his POTUS-related announcement. “We should now understand the promise of America by trusting God, unifying our imaginative and prescient and constructing our future,” he tweeted. “I'm working for president of the USA! #2020VISION.”

Kanye West
Kanye West with Donald Trump. Credit score: Shutterstock

The Grammy-winning rapper has dropped hints a few presidential run previously. “Once I run for president in 2024, we'd’ve created so many roles that I’m not going to run, I’m going to stroll,” he stated in entrance of a packed crowd on the Quick Firm’s Innovation Pageant final fall.

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