Donald Trump‘s rise to power couldn’t have happened without Fox News. Host like Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham and the hosts of Fox and Friends helped legitimize the businessman as a candidate. And Tucker Carlson certainly played a sizeable role as well.
One of the stranger elements of Donald Trump’s presidency was his outreach to famous rappers. Prior to the election, he received endorsements from Lil Wayne and Lil Pump (who he referred to as Lil Pimp).
With all the crazy things that have occured in 2020, Kanye West’s attempt at politics is among the craziest. While he long been one of the few celebrity supporters of Donald Trump, few could have expected it could have gone as far as the rapper running for President.
Kayne West had a private meeting with Jared Kushner in the clearest signal yet that the rapper's campaign is about hurting Biden.
Kanye West criticized Harriet Tubman during the first event of his presidential campaign on Sunday. The rapper took aim at the 19th century anti-slavery campaigner for unknown reasons.
West spoke at a campaign rally in South Carolina and claimed Tubman “never actually freed the slaves. She just had the slaves go work for other white people.”
Kanye West is breaking with Donald Trump and focusing on his own presidential bid. The rapper has said he’s disappointed in the President and is no longer a supporter.
West gave an interview to Forbes magazine and outlined the reasons why he’s no longer wearing a red “MAGA” hat.
Rapper Kanye West came to President Donald Trump’s defense in an interview with GQ, saying that life has improved with him in office.
“I buy real estate,” West said. “It’s better now than when Obama was in office. They don’t teach you in school about buying property. They teach you how to become somebody’s property.”
Kanye West claimed that Donald Trump is a superhero and that wearing a red MAGA hat turns you into a Superman.
As he is being swallowed by a scandal involving Russia meddling in the election to help him win, Donald Trump tried desperately to distract the press and change the subject by trotting out Kanye West in front of the cameras.
If the last 2 weeks of reporting and punditry tell us anything, Fox "News" is willing write off one side of the racial divide for generations; the same way the Republicans have written off the Latinos that Fox "News" is hypocritically trying to attract.