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Reality star Kim Kardashian not voting for Donald Trump, clarifies reports

26 September 2016 Entertainment News

Fourth Estate Staff

Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Kim Kardashian recently shared in a recent interview that for a time, she considered voting for the Republican nominee, Donald Trump, after her stepfather, Caitlyn Jenner , encouraged her to do research on the real estate mogul as well as the Democratic presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton.

Kardashian released in a new statement that she is not voting for Trump and will stand by Clinton. The 35-year-old “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” reality star was interviewed in the latest issue of Wonderland magazine and she said that she was on the fence and was thinking about voting for Trump after talking to Jenner .

Kardashian then took to her website that a quote from the interview was released causing her friends, families, and the camps of the candidates to message her so she wanted to explain her side.

The mother-of-three continued to say, “There was a point when I wasn't 100% sure I was even going to vote in this election; I didn't want to vote blindly.” She noted that she also thought about not voting making it look like she is not making her voice be heard. She then researched on Trump and Clinton and talked to family and friends about it so she weighed the issues such as gun control and protecting women’s rights.

Kardashian concluded her statement that she was able to find out that she stands with Clinton without a doubt. The “Selfish” author noted that she believes Clinton will best represent the country and is the most qualified for the job. She took her kids, North and Saint West, into consideration in making the decision to vote for Clinton, she said.

Although she is not voting for Trump, Kardashian said that she believes both candidates have the intention of making the country a safer and a stronger place for Americans but they have different ideas on how to achieve that.

The Trump and the Clinton camps have not yet commented on the matter.