Kim Kardashian West Likes ‘Vote for Biden’ Tweet After Kanye West Voted for Himself
We don’t know about you, but we’ve been wondering who Kim Kardashian West would vote for throughout the entire 2020 presidential election cycle. The KKW Beauty founder has mostly avoided talks about her husband’s campaign and her preferred candidate. However, she was reportedly caught liking a tweet that might shed insight on the person she supported at the polls — and it doesn’t appear to be Kanye West.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West both voted in the 2020 presidential election
The Wests both announced on social media on Tuesday, Nov. 3 that they had voted in the presidential election.
Kanye shared his news on his Twitter account, posting a photo of him at a polling station along with a note saying, “Today I am voting for the first time in my life for the President of the United States, and it’s for someone I truly trust…me. 🇺🇸 🕊”
Later, his wife revealed she had also voted in the election, but she did not say who she chose to support. However, she was caught liking a tweet in support of Democratic candidate Joe Biden. The post was from her husband’s frequent collaborator Kid Cudi and included a message saying, “Vote for Biden if you a real one.”
It appears the tweet is no longer in her “likes” section, but you can see a screenshot of it here.
Kanye West was never been publicly endorsed by Kim Kardashian West after announcing his campaign
Kanye announced his presidential campaign on July 4 via Twitter. He is running as an independent candidate on a platform that includes ideas such as restoring school prayer, criminal justice reform, and environmental protection, according to his campaign website.
Throughout his campaign, Kardashian West has stayed largely silent on his run for the White House. When he announced his bid, she retweeted his post along with an American flag emoji. But she hasn’t said much else since.
However, Kanye at least seemed to earn support from her sister Kourtney Kardashian, who posted an Instagram photo in October in a “Vote Kanye” hat.
But Kanye West entered the race so late that he had little chances of winning
West joined the race so late that he failed to get on the ballot in battleground states such as Wisconsin and Ohio. Still, he continued his campaign, urging voters to write his name in when possible. But after the election results started pouring in on the evening of Nov. 3 — Newsweek reports he received under 60,000 votes in 12 states — Kanye appeared to admit defeat.
“KANYE 2024,” he wrote in a tweet.