Kanye West admits failure in presidential election

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American rapper Kanye West admitted in an interview with Forbes that he will not be able to win the 2020 US presidential election.

The journalist of the publication noted in an interview with the musician that he will not be able to collect the required number of signatures to compete in the November elections, since this procedure has been completed in a number of states, and it is too late to legislatively change these conditions for running for office.

“I won’t argue with you,” West replied.

In addition, the rapper agreed with the opinion that his participation was necessary in order to lure away the votes of African Americans from former US Vice President, likely Democratic candidate Joseph Biden and reduce his chances of winning.

At the same time, West denied his connection with the White House and any Republican organizations, the text says.

On July 5, Kanye West announced that he would run for the presidency of the United States. In the election race, he plans to participate as an independent candidate, however, in several states by that time the deadline for collecting votes had expired.

On July 20, it was reported that the rapper did not submit a signature to appear on the South Carolina newsletter.

Later, New Jersey lawyer Scott Salmon filed claims over the authenticity of the signatures of state registered voters collected by rapper Kanye West to register for the election. According to Salmon, the signatures collected by the musician are “frankly and offensively worthless.” Many of them were done by the same person, he says.

The US presidential election will take place on November 3.

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