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Kanye West announces he will be president some day

Kanye West plans to run the country one day. Among his immediate agenda items: rechristening the presidential aircraft.

He'll need to hire some administrative help:

He previously hinted at his political aspirations with a tweet that said simply, "2024," which is presumably when he plans to move into the Oval Office.

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He later cleared things up by putting TMZ Harvey Levin on notice, presumably in response to recent coverage.

"(You're) hearing from your future president. Let's be friends. Please never use the word erratic to describe a person who is economically and psychologically empowered."

Kanye visited the current president in Trump Tower prior to the 2017 inauguration. Afterward the two posed for a photo and described the encounter as a quick catch-up between friends.

Just now, his and the presidential Twitter accounts have interacted:

Kanye had told an audience that did not vote in the recent presidential election but would have voted for Donald Trump if he had.  Concertgoers captured the crowd’s reaction .

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The future first lady has not commented on Yeezy's presidential aspirations but in an unrelated post, commented on a matter of international policy dear to her:

In other news, Kanye plans to reshape the Grammys in his image:

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