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Paris Hilton Says She's Running For President After Kanye West Announcement, 'Make America Hot Again'

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By Ryan Naumann

Paris Hilton is ready to give Kanye West a run for his money and is throwing her name in the ring for the Presidential election.

The heiress made the announcement on Twitter only hours after Kanye said he was planning to take on President Trump and Joe Biden. She wrote, “PARIS FOR PRESIDENT” with a bunch of star and American flag emojis.

At this point in 2020, who really knows if she’s being serious or not. Many of Paris’ fans supported her decision writing, “Make America hot again.”

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“I would vote for Paris before trump or Kanye,” commented another on social media. Another person cried out, “OMG please make 2020 stop.” A couple people took Paris’ announcement as shade towards her on-again, off-again friend, Kim Kardashian. Paris once employed Kim as her closest organizer and was responsible for launching her former BFF's career.

“Hahahahaha Hahahahaha Hahahahaha Hahahahaha Hahahahaha Hahahahaha Hahahahaha Hahahahaha Hahahahaha Hahahahaha Hahahahaha Oh, the shade,” one person replied.

Over the weekend, Kanye revealed his plans writing, “We must now realize the promise of America by trusting God, unifying our vision and building our future. I am running for president of the United States! #2020VISION.”

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Many people believe Kanye’s true intention is to steal votes from Biden in an attempt to help Donald Trump win a second term. Others questioned whether the entire thing was a PR stunt especially since he already missed important election deadlines.

Hunter Walker, Yahoo News’ White House Correspondent, wrote, “By my count, there are at least nine states where it's already too late for an independent candidate to get on the ballot. The states where Kanye is already too late to get on the ballot include Texas, New York, and Illinois, three of the top six in terms of electoral college votes. There are several other deadlines coming up in the next couple weeks.”

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