In an interview with Forbes, Kanye West reveals that although he hasn’t filed any paperwork, or doesn’t have a campaign structure in place, that he’s still planning to run for president. West won’t be running as a Democrat or Republican, but instead, he’ll be running for president under the “Birthday Party” banner, because according to the black rapper, if he wins, it will be everybody’s birthday.

West told Forbes reporter Randall Lane that he’s already chosen his running mate, Michelle Tidball, an obscure Wyoming preacher. Since he became a born again Christian, West spends a great deal of time on his family farm in Wyoming.

West also told Lane that his only advisors are his wife, reality star Kim Kardashian, and billionaire Elon Musk, saying he’s proposing that Musk be the head of “our space program.”

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Kanye West created a lot of controversy in 2018, when the mega-rapper and retired NFL legend, Jim Brown, met with President Trump in the Oval Office.

Trump gave the media the opportunity to speak with Kanye West and Jim Brown about why they support his presidency before the trio left the Oval Office for a scheduled lunch meeting. West explained to the leftist media why he decided to courageously speak out about his support for Trump and conservative solutions to age-old issues, like gun violence in Chicago, mental health issues, prison reform, trade with China, and gun rights.

Here’s the video of Kanye West’s meeting with President Trump in the Oval Office:

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In October 2019, West had an explosive interview with radio host Big Boy while promoting his new Christian-themed album, Jesus Is King. During the interview, he was asked about his support for President Donald Trump. West explained that he doesn’t believe it is smart for black Americans to bloc vote for Democrats, claiming: ‘You are quite easily controlled if they know everybody gonna be blue [Democrat]. If you go to a white [person] bar, you gonna hear people talking Independent, you gonna hear people talking Democrat, you gonna hear people talking Republican’.

In the 2016 Presidential Election, 88 percent of black Americans voted Democrat, while only 8 percent of that same demographic voted Republican.

West went on to take a swipe at Democratic lawmakers, saying: We’re [black Americans] brainwashed out here, bro. Come on, man. This is a free man talking.’

‘Democrats had us voting for Democrats with food stamps for years. What are you talking about guns in the 80s, taking the fathers out the home, Plan B, lowering our votes, making us abort children.’

West infamously expressed his support for Trump last year, visiting the Republican President at the White House and donning a red Make America Great Again cap.

When Lane asked West about his support for President Trump, he said he was “taking the red hat off, with this interview,” saying that he made the decision based on the rumor that President Trump “hid in the bunker” at the White House when violent protesters were breaching Secret Service and law enforcement officials in what appeared to be their quest to get onto the grounds of the White House.

That makes sense…in spite of his massive achievements in helping the black community, Kanye will run for President based on a rumor that the President and his family took cover from violent protesters in a designated safe space in the White House.

According to Lane, West did reveal that he still has an affinity for President Trump and he refused to deny that a Kanye West run could take away the black vote from Democratic presidential candidate, Joe Biden.

The Democrat plantation Party is not going to be happy about this…

West also admitted to Lane that he recently voted in a Wyoming election for the first time in his life:

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