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Kanye West wears bulletproof vest at 1st presidential campaign rally

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Kanye West wears bulletproof vest at 1st presidential campaign rally

The event, which took place in North Charleston in SC, was West's first campaign event since declaring earlier this month that he would be contesting the presidential election in November 2020 against Donald Trump and Joe Biden.

In another moment, West shared a story about how he and wife Kim Kardashian West nearly had an abortion, which is when he became emotional about his own past and biological father. There would have been no Kanye West because my dad was too busy- I nearly killed my daughter.

Speaking about the situation in his column for MailOnline, the journalist wrote in reference to the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star: "Where is Kim in all this, anyway?"

West appeared on stage with "2020" shaved into the back of his head and wearing what appeared to be a military-style vest.

It took place at Exquis Event Center in North Charleston for registered guests only.

West demanded "absolute silence and absolute order" - and even asked audience members to point out anyone they heard talking - scolded the crowd for clapping at one point, and had another audience member ejected for an unclear reason.

He later added: 'Even if my wife wants to divorce me after this speech she brought North into the world even when I didn't want to.

In his lengthy monologue, he declared he is supporting abortions but said he will help struggling mothers.

"Then, she said, "I'm pregnant" and I said, 'Yes.'. she said 'No.' She was crying".

What stood out was his stance on abortion.

Tubman is widely credited with helping dozens of slaves escape to the North via the Underground Railroad.

"He has admitted in the past he has been battling mental illness and that sometimes he does not take medication".

A deleted post from Kanye West's Twitter account, releasing a list of songs for his upcoming album.

He has already qualified to appear on Oklahoma's presidential ballot, but needs to collect 10,000 signatures by noon on Monday to appear on the SC ballot, according to state law.

West needs to collect 10,000 signatures by noon on Monday to appear on the SC ballot, according to state law.

West's campaign is using one of the approved methods of digitized signature collection, according to reporter Greg Hadley of The (Columbia, S.C.) State newspaper. After reports broke that his run was over, Kanye actually filed docs with the Federal Election Commission-plus, he's also filed documents to get on the ballot in Oklahoma.

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