John Stamos, Bob Saget troll Kanye's 2020 run, announce own 'bid': ‘Full House is Coming To The White House’

John Stamos, Bob Saget troll Kanye's 2020 run, announce own 'bid': ‘Full House is Coming To The White House’
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Bob Saget and John Stamos have made fun of Kanye West after the rapper announced his 2020 presidential run. The stars took to Instagram to troll West as they shared a campaign poster featuring both on their respective social media platforms.

Reportedly, the hilarious poster, mimicking former President Barack Obama’s famous blue and red 2008 campaign posters, was shared by Saget on his Instagram account. In the caption, the 64-year-old old wrote: “BIG ANNOUNCEMENT!!! I slept on it, and decided . . . If Kanye can do it, @JohnStamos and I can do it!!! So get excited, ‘cause “FULL HOUSE IS COMING TO THE WHITE HOUSE!!” #SAGETSTAMOS2020 !!! 🇺🇸”

The same image was posted by Stamos on his social media account. In the caption, he said, “And if anything should happen to Saget…” suggesting that he would also join if Saget would become president. The ‘How I Met Your Mother’ star was all for their fake presidential run as he commented on the post: “That gives me comfort John. Love you so much and so looking forward to our two terms!!”

Saget and Stamos have worked together in the hit American sitcom ‘Full House’ from 1987 to 1995 along with actors Dave Coulier, Candace Cameron Bure, Jodi Sweetin, Mary-Kate, and Ashley Olsen among many others. Both of them received full support from the actors of ‘Full House’ as Coulier commented, “Can I be Secretary of the Interior Laughter? #cutitout” while Bure wrote, “I’ll be awaiting your request for my endorsement.”

This comes after West earlier tweeted that he is running for president of America. “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,” the 43-year-old wrote. He also received support from his wife Kim Kardashian, and friend Elon Musk, who commented: “You have my full support!”

However, not everyone was happy with West’s announcement as Meghan McCain slammed him, saying he cannot "be taken seriously" because of his behavior in the past. "There is no woman on planet earth, celebrity or private who could behave as unhinged and erratic as Kanye has the past few years & be taken seriously as a presidential candidate. Women are punished for raising our voices on tv, let alone saying things like ‘slavery was a choice,” ‘The View’ co-host tweeted on Sunday, July 5.

McCain was referring to West’s controversial remark in an interview with TMZ in 2018, where he said that slavery was a choice. “When you hear about slavery for 400 years … For 400 years? That sounds like a choice. You were there for 400 years and it’s all of y’all. It’s like we’re mentally imprisoned,” he said at the time.

Many Twitter users also suggested that Taylor Swift would make a better candidate than West. Swift and West have had their differences for a long time, which is not hidden from the public. “#kanye2020 he couldn't even say the truth about Taylor swift why do y'all want another freaking liar," one fan of the 30-year-old singer wrote while another added: “@taylorswift13 HEY QUEEN RUN FOR PRESIDENT AND SAVE US FROM #kanye2020 PLS.”

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