Kanye, Kushner, Ivanka Glampout In Colorado (Yup)

iPhone clock may have struck blow against Kanye West's presidential dreams

Trump later denied all allegations that he has teamed up with Kanye West.

The filing was made in response to two challenges to the Gold Digger hitmaker's nomination papers, after he submitted 2,400 signatures, putting him above the threshold of 2,000 needed to get on the ballot.

However, it appears it's no longer possible for West to win the presidential election with a standard Electoral College calculation.

Now, we currently understood from a New York Times report earlier Wednesday that Kush and Ivanka met Yeezy last weekend inColorado But it appears their bond is more powerful than the Times press reporters recognized: a source near to the scenario exposed to Forbes later that the Grammy- victor has actually been telling partners he and Kushner speak "almost daily".

But a few hours after the story appeared, West responded with a change of heart: "THE GOAL IS TO WIN", he blared in a tweet that was liked more than 260,000 times.

Trump on Tuesday told syndicated radio host Hugh Hewitt that he had not talked with West about the entertainer's campaign.

One person referenced the movie "Get Out", which tells the story of a white family that tries to take control of the mind and body of an African American man.

Adds another: "He's just like a kid".

Kushner seems to have an outsize influence over West. "When you have people around him who have the best intentions and don't need anything from him, you can steer him when he's in that space into a positive place".

Some close to West feel that Kushner now falls into that latter camp in ways that flirt with exploitation-concerning, after Kardashian West asked publicly for "compassion and empathy".

One described their understanding of Kushner's conversations with West as "reverse psychology". "We saw what was going on in Wisconsin, where he was getting help [from Republicans] getting on the ballot".

He noted that the interview would address his meeting with Kushner, as well as their discussion of Dr. Claud Anderson's 2001 book "PowerNomics: The National Plan to Empower Black America".

To qualify for the ballot under Arkansas law, independent candidates for president and vice president are required to file a petition with 1,000 valid signatures from qualified registered voters, according to Thurston spokesman Chris Powell.



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