Kanye WestKanye Omari WestKanye West may have missed the deadline to vote for Wisconsin in minutes: Kanye West report to be featured on Colorado ballots in November Trump asked about Kanye’s presidential bid: ‘I like it. I like his wife ‘MM VERY MUCH punished when asked in an interview with Forbes on Friday if the aim of his last-minute presidential campaign was to siphon votes from the Democratic presidential candidate Joe BidenJoe BidenBiden says his faith is the ‘foundation of my life’ as Trump’s claim Biden clarifies comments comparing African-American and Latin American communities Kanye West may have missed the deadline to vote in Wisconsin by minutes: report on many.
The well-known rapper told the publication that he was “walking … to win” the presidency, but when it was stressed that he would not be voting in states enough to reach the 270 electoral votes needed to tighten the House White, West replied, “I will not argue with you. Jesus is King.”
When the Forbes interviewer also stressed that the West campaign could hurt Biden, he said “I’m not denying it.”
West, 43, has already missed the submission deadline for states including South Carolina, North Carolina, New Mexico, Texas, Michigan, Florida and Indiana.
He first announced his intention to run for president in a tweet on July 4th. In a subsequent interview that was also with Forbes, West – a once established supporter of President TrumpDonald John TrumpBiden says his faith is the ‘foundation of my life’ following Trump’s claim of life-aid talks as parties dig, blame Ohio governors for negative tests on second MM coronavirus test MORE – said he was “taking off his red hat”, referring to the president’s “Make America Great Again” signature that the West has seized in the past.
Earlier Friday, Wholesale Whip Room Jim ClyburnJames (Jim) Enos ClyburnWe must defend the right to vote, even today Clyburn: Biden needs the election of VP who has ‘a lot of passion’ Jim Jordan presses Fauci in protest, COVID-19 MM MORE (DS.C.) said there was “no question” that West was trying to get votes from Biden.
“We saw what was happening in Wisconsin, where he was getting help to vote. But African-Americans, in particular, know what the campaign is about,” Clyburn told MSNBC’s Andrew Mitchell.
Some of the political operatives who have helped the West in its efforts to appear on state ballots have to do with Republican politics, leading some observers to conclude that they are actually seeking help. trump.
West has been struggling to get the vote in major battle states like Wisconsin and Ohio, both of which Trump won in 2016. Wisconsin – like some of the states that Trump was able to roll from blue to red – was strongly contested , with the president beating the former secretary of state Hillary Clinton with less than 30,000 votes.