Elon Musk still supports Kanye West’s 2020 presidential election days after it looked like he was withdrawing support
Just days after it looks like he’s withdrawing support for Kanye West’s presidential campaign, Elon Musk says he’s still behind the rapper, but thinks 2024 could be a better year to become president.
Tesla’s founder was one of the first to support West with his “full support” after tweeting his intention to become president on July 4.
But in response to a surprising interview with Forbes, in which West said, among other things, that he believes vaccines are “the mark of the beast” and that “planned parenthoods have been placed in cities by white supremacists to make the devils work,” Musk appeared. have reservations about supporting West’s presidential course.
Elon Musk (left) says he continues to support the presidential course of (right) Kanye West, but now believes that 2024 may be a better year than the currently planned 2020. They are pictured together on July 1, three days before Being west plans to become president
West made the surprising announcement that he would become president on July 4
Shortly after West tweeted, Musk tweeted in response that West has his ‘full support’!
On July 10, after an interview in which West made controversial statements, Musk seemed to withdraw his support for West’s political ambitions.
“We may have more disagreements than I expected,” Musk tweeted on July 10 after being asked if he still supported West.
It is not clear which opinions of West’s Musk referred to.
However, Musk said on Monday Page six that he has not “dropped” his support for West at all.
Kanye explained some of the reasoning afterwards why he said what he said. It makes more sense than many people, including myself, realized, ”Musk said.
Musk didn’t seem to comment on what West clarified during their conversation.
Musk then said to the outlet, “I haven’t dropped my support for Kanye, although I think 2024 would be better than 2020.”
It is unclear why Musk felt this way, for apparently he answered the question, “Brevity is the only meunière of wheat.”
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West said he plans to fly under the birthday party banner as it is “everyone’s birthday” when he wins the election
West had previously made headlines for his very public support for President Trump. West is pictured here in October 2018 wearing a MAGA hat
West (pictured with Trump in 2018) said he had recently lost confidence in Trump
West announced that he plans to enter the presidential race just four months before the election, but it is unclear whether he has submitted official paperwork to get to the vote.
In his Forbes interview, West initially seemed to say that he had not yet decided whether to run as an independent candidate, but gave himself the next 30 days to decide what to do, even though he had deadlines for different state votes by then.
West said he believed he could use coronavirus as a reason to be placed on those ballots.
But at some point during the interview, West said he had decided to run and that his party would be called the ‘birthday party’ because ‘if we win, it’s everyone’s birthday.’
West said that his wife, Kim Kardashian and Musk were currently his advisors, and that he suggested that Musk be “the head of our space program.”
Despite her public support for West’s plans, Kardashian and the family are said to be “very concerned” about West, who appears to be “in the midst of a serious bipolar episode.”
TMZ alleged that the father of four suffers from a serious episode about once a year, affecting his decision-making.
The site reported, “Kanye announced that he would run to President via Twitter over the weekend and also did a lengthy interview with Forbes … causing harsh criticism, confusion, and concern.”
West has previously publicly supported President Trump by wearing MAGA hats and even going to the White House to meet him, although he admits he never voted in presidential elections in his life.
West told Forbes that he has since lost confidence in Trump and “it seems like a big mess.”