Trump on Kanye West’s presidential race: “He will always be for us”

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Trump swept West’s comments earlier this week, telling Forbes he is “taking off the red hat,” referring to the red baseball caps from Trump’s “Make America Great Again” campaign.

Trump, however, did not criticize West in his interview with Hannity and said he believed West would support him in his bid for re-election.

« [He’s a] very good guy. He is a person with whom I get along very well, ”said Trump. “In the end, I think he would support us on anyone else, we must prevent the radical left from taking control of our country.”

West tweeted last week that he would run for president in November, although he missed the deadline for nominations in most states.

The rapper told Forbes that he thought he could argue that he should be given extra time because of the coronavirus pandemic.

“I speak with experts, I will speak with Jared KushnerJared Corey KushnerKanye West breaks with Trump: ‘I take off the red hat’ Trump sealed his own destiny The Hill’s Morning Report – Republicans change position, urge people to wear masks MORE, the White House, with [Joe] Biden, “he said.



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