Monday , January 24 2022

Kim Kardashian West says Kanye is misunderstood


"I feel that the worst communicator is also very well understood," Kardashian West said. "But when we talk about it, we have a very similar policy.

"He is not very political, in fact, he feels a lot like Donald Trump's personality, but he does not know about politics. So I educated him recently.

"I think he's really wrong, he always says he's friendly with him before, and he's the same character and friend of him now, I could coexist with someone and have different political opinions." "He did that. It is good to be different and have your own vision.

Kim Kardashian West said she and Kanye's politics are not altogether different.

Kim Kardashian West said she and Kanye's politics are not altogether different. Credit:AP

Kardashian West continued to explain the intention behind her husband's recent White House appearance: "What fights for him is the right to like what he wants, even if he is different from what you like.

"He never said" Okay, I know what's going on with immigration and I know that and I know that. "If he really knew, he felt very compassionate. He never said he was supporting it.


"I know it's very confusing, because when you see someone wearing a red hat, you think I'm supporting this [cause].

"But he only fights for freedom of thought and the freedom to please a person, even if it is not the popular choice."

West made headlines last month after meeting with President Trump and dropping the F bomb in the Oval Office. The White House veterans said it was the most bizarre encounter they ever had.

The rapper also recently praised the president for a walk Saturday night live monologue that never went into the air. He was wearing a "Make the American again" hat and claimed that the US commander was not racist.

"If I were worried about racism, I would have moved from America long ago," he said.

Nevertheless, the father of three has since said he wants to distance himself from politics and focus on his music.

Kardashian West has even made political headlines in recent weeks after meeting Trump to discuss penitentiary reform. She urged the President to forgive a grandmother who spent more than two decades behind grace after receiving a life sentence for a non-violent drug offense.

The 63-year-old was later released from prison.

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