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'Selling Sunset' Star Chrishell Stause Pleads With Kim Kardashian To Stop Kanye West’s Presidential Run

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By Ryan Naumann

Netflix’s “Selling Sunset” star Chrishell Stause is pleading with Kim Kardashian to stop her husband Kanye West from running for President.

Over the weekend, the actress/reality star took to Twitter to share her thoughts on Kanye’s announcement. She replied to Kim saying, You are only hope to stop this disgusting joke and distraction he is pulling. Please” with the praying hands emoji.

One follower tried to criticize her request to Kim saying “chrishell sweetie we were rooting for u.” The actress replied, “Well I’m sorry but this is an incredibly important election and to try and distract and use it as a publicity stunt is beyond even what I thought Kanye was capable of. If that point of view makes you no longer like me-so be it.”

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Over the weekend, Kanye tweet out, “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 Flag of United States! #2020VISION.” The decision received support from Elon Musk and Kim Kardashian.

Many believe Kanye is planning to run in an attempt to take votes away from Joe Biden and help Trump get reelected, given Kanye and Trump are close friends who have met multiple times including at The White House.

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The entire thing may just be a publicity stunt given Kanye has already missed several important election deadlines. He will be unable to even be put on the ballot in several key states.

Hunter Walker, White House Correspondent for Yahoo News, wrote on Twitter, “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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