'Kanye 2020': Kanye West publishes presidential plans on new campaign website

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  • Kanye has shared his presidential plans on his new campaign website.
  • His plans, supported by verses from the Bible, include restoring prayer in the classroom and giving priority to the Arts.
  • His campaign comes as he continues he's getaway with Kim Kardashian and their four kids, sources say to "save" their marriage.

Kanye West has launched what appears to be his campaign website – and shared some of his presidential plans.

"SUPPORT KANYE 2020 FOR PRESIDENT," the website reads in bold, black font.

The presidential plan includes a Bible verse under each of the ten points outlined by the rapper. His points include restoring prayer in the classroom – "We will not hide the truth from our children, but will declare to the next generation His praises and wonder," the Psalm 78:4 verse reads – and giving importance and priority to creativity and the Arts – "He has given them skill in all kinds of work done. Exodus 35:35."


The campaign site comes as The Washington Post shares Kanye's presidential bid is being bolstered by Republican operatives, some of whom worked for President Donald Trump, while the fashion mogul is currently on a trip with Kim Kardashian and their four kids.

The trip was suggested after Kim's trip to Wyoming to meet with her husband that saw her break down in tears.

Kim has been worried about the Donda hitmaker's mental health since his bid to run for president and subsequent emotional rally and Twitter rant in which he accused the reality star of trying to get him locked up "like on the movie Get Out".

A source said: "Kim is just taking things day by day right now. She isn't sure if their marriage can be saved, but she is willing to keep trying for their kids." 

Now, a source tells E! News: "Kanye is in a great place and feeling creatively inspired and truly enjoying his time with his wife and children."

Kanye recently shared a clip of their trip on Twitter. In it, he dances with North, as Kim laughs in the background.


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