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West, who recently claimed he’s never read a book, weighed in on his political future in a “Good Morning America” interview with ABC News reporter Linsey Davis on Tuesday.
The “Donda” rapper, who conceded his presidential run after he received roughly 60,000 votes in 2020, reportedly gave $6.8 million to his own campaign, ABC News reported.
He told Davis that he “absolutely” still has political aspirations, answering with a faith-based message.
″ wasn’t in God’s time. I’m sure there’s lives that were saved, I’m sure God had me fall on the sword and say this is not the time, but he’s a redeemer,” West said.
West also said he thinks Miami Mayor Francis Suarez (R) would make a “really good president,” too.
You can watch a clip of his interview with Davis below.
The rapper has previously teased he might announce for a 2024 presidential run.
West, who conceded the day after the 2020 election, wrote “Kanye 2024” above a picture of himself.
The rapper hasn’t posted a tweet since his hint at a future campaign.
This article originally appeared on HuffPost and has been updated.