Seems like the flame of Kanye West’s love for the US President, Donald Trump, is getting cold, as the rapper turns Anti-Trump.
Kanye’s anti-Trump actions were triggered out of anger towards the president’s performance in his first 2 weeks in office, which includes the recent entry ban to the United States of seven Islam countries.
Prior to this anti-Trump change, Kanye West was a huge Trump supporter. While his contemporary obvious competition, the Carters were in support of Hilary Clinton, Kanye stuck to Trump bringing on an A-list hate game.
He even paid the Republican a visit during his campaign and even tweeted series of positive comments about Donald Trump after the election.
In December, when Kanye met with Trump in New York City, he wrote, “I feel it is important to have a direct line of communication with our future President if we truly want change.”
Kanye also wrote about issues on which he felt he could influence Trump, writing, “These issues include bullying, supporting teachers, modernizing curriculums, and violence in Chicago.”
Kanye West decided to delete the above tweets and all others about Donald Trump as a golden way to air his disapproval about the Muslim ban issues and other actions by the Us President.
Does this mean Kanye is now a supporter of Hilary Clinton and what she stands for?
Speaking of which, Hillary Clinton recently made a video, ‘The Future Is Females.’ In the video, the Democrat spoke about the historic Women’s March the historic Women’s March on Washington and women’s rights.
The video was released on Monday, 6th February 2017; it was recorded for the 2017 Makers conference and is Hilary Clinton’s first post-inauguration statement.
“We need strong women to step up and speak out. We need you to dare greatly and lead boldly. I’m standing here because my grandparents had to do this. Now I have to do this. I’m hoping my kids don’t have to do this.
“Despite all the challenges we face, I remain convinced that yes, the future is female. Just look at the amazing energy we saw last month as women organized a march that galvanized millions of people all over our country and across the world.”
In her video statement, the former US presidential candidate and former Secretary of State elaborated on the theme of this year’s Makers conference, which shares women stories and celebrates women’s vital roles in the past, present, and future of the United States.
Hilary urged women to be bold as the nation needs strong women to step up and speak out. She dared every female to make a decision to set an example for every women and girl out there who’s worried about what the future holds and wonders whether the American rights, opportunities, and values would endure.
Watch Hilary Clinton on her first 2017 statement.