But despite backing up his plans to run for president of the United States, the reality star previously shared her reservations about the rapper launching his presidential campaign. He continued, "But the fact that he was able to do it - remember when I said I was gonna run for president?"
In 2015, West floated he was considering a run for president, but said he would put off his ambitions until 2024 after Trump won the election.
Some are accusing West's supposed 2020 presidential hopes of being a publicity stunt to promote his new single "Wash Us in the Blood" and the recent announcement of an upcoming album 'God's Country'. According to People, West appeared at Fast Company's Innovation Festival in November 2019, where he told the crowd, "When I run for president in 2024". "What y'all laughing at?"
Faced with a world seemingly coloured by adversity, a plague, injustice, and Twitter/Facebook wars, many of us might understandably be tempted to give up on humanity, and to throw the whole lot out with the garbage. I'm not going to run, I'm going to walk.
It seems things only get worse for Kanye because he also doesn't have any staffing or clear policy platform to back his candidacy. In the snaps, Kim can be seen posing with her son Saint and sitting with her husband, Kanye West.
West and his equally famous wife Kim Kardashian West have visited Trump in the White House.
"Look at all the terrible things they're doing to Melania [Trump], putting up the naked photos [of her]", she told the magazine.
They're not everyone's cup of tea, but the many fans of rock band The Eagles will be familiar with wild child guitarist Joe Walsh's flirtation with high-level politics in 1980.
Kanye had this planned for many years, and Kim knew about his aspirations and had always supported him.
2020 began with the Australian bushfires, a serious clash between Iran and the United States, as well as the ongoing pandemic crisis that has spread around the world.