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Posted Sep 2nd, 2015 (2:14 pm) by Jess Marsh

The big mouthed hair piece isn't the only one eager to see Yeezy run.

Picture this: The 2020 elections are in full swing, over a commercialized, dystopian America. The presidential hopefuls? Billionaire/reality show star Donald Trump, and rapper/husband of reality show star Kanye West. This could be our future, if Donald Trump has his way.

Following Kanye's announcement at the VMAs that he plans to run for president in 2020, Donald Trump told Rolling Stone in an interview: "He's actually a different kind of person than people think. He's a nice guy. I hope to run against him someday." Trump goes on to say, "He's said very nice things about me in the past... extremely positive things. I was actually watching, I saw [his speech] and I said, 'That's very interesting. I wonder who gave him that idea?'"

Should Kanye decide to run, at least we have a chance of being spared the circus sideshow of mudslinging campaign commercials and scandal excavating that seem to accompany every election. Strange as it would be, imagine Donald Trump and Kanye West in a formal debate.

"Imma let you finish, but here's the problems with your views on immigration. I still respect you though," Kanye might say.

Trump is far from the only one hoping for a Yeezy 2020 campaign. Rihanna has already shown her support, telling Entertainment Tonight that she is "really, really elated with his speech," going on to call it "incredible." Additionally, a Baltimore resident recently filed "Ready For Kanye" as a Super PAC, in anticipation of Kanye's run.

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While the idea of a civil, polite election is intriguing, you have to admit that a "nice guy" endorsement from Donald Trump doesn't exactly do Kanye any favors. While "Ready For Kanye" hopes he will run as Republican, that doesn't exactly align itself well with Trump's personal plans. Maybe this won't be so civil after all.

Kanye, if you were joking, please tell us all now before this gets further out of hand. It is only a matter of time before Beyonce publicly endorses you, and at that point, we might as well just call the election now. All hail Yeezy.

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