Kim Kardashian is considered by many to be the first lady of the Internet. But what if it was FLOTUS? Her husband, rapper Kanye West, recently announced his intention to run for president in the 2020 elections.
But is it too late for Kanye to join the race and make a difference?
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The United States Constitution provides that the president must be at least 35 years old, be a citizen of America by birth, and have lived in the United States for 14 years. West, aged 43, was born in Chicago and has lived in the United States all his life.
However, the process of getting into elections is a little more complicated than just meeting these requirements.
Although Kanye has already missed the deadlines to enter the Democratic or Republican primaries, it is not too late to run as an Independent. The requirements for printing the freelance name on the presidential ballot vary between states, although Kanye has hired campaign staff to assist him with the process, which includes collecting signatures and petitioning for them to be added to the ballot.
Although Kanye qualified to vote in Oklahoma, He missed the deadline in several other states. Writing in the Western language as a candidate is an option in some states, but some have restrictions on who can be a writing candidate, and Others do not allow writing at all.
It is also important to note that any online “signature engines” are invalid and will not assist Kanye in obtaining the ballot in any state. Signatures must be collected in person. And at some point, enough missed deadlines mean it will be nearly impossible to get a majority of the Electoral College together.
The rapper announced his intention to do so Running under his “birthday party” He recently said he would like fellow rapper Jay Z to be his deputy. He also indicated that if Donald Trump had not been the incumbent, he would have run as the Republican candidate.
Although the details about his policies have mostly become meme stuff, like his White House announcement Management will be similar to Wakanda, The fictional setting of “Black Panther”.
At his rally in Charleston, South Carolina, West said abortion would still be legal under his administration, but incentives for mothers such as a “million dollars” would be offered as an alternative.
However, whether he intends to see this campaign through November is another matter, as speculation has surfaced that the campaign is Possible advertising ploy to promote an upcoming album. West’s presidential campaign isn’t entirely unprecedented: We already have a realistic television personality in the White House. Whether we will continue to have POTUS celebrity or a more traditional politician taking office in January, remains to be seen.