Since Kanye West announced that he’ll be running for president in 2020 the streets have been buzzing. His speech at the MTV VMAs caught the attention of not only presidential hopeful Donald Trump but even The New Yorker. The September 14th issue of the magazine features an illustration of Mr. West which marks the first time a rapper has ever been on the cover.

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The cover of the iconic magazine features a watercolor Kanye celebrating his presidential victory over Donald Trump. He holds up a newspaper with the headline “TRUMP DEFEATS KANYE” while attending a ticker tape parade.

The cover titled, “2020 Vison” is reminiscent of the famous photo of Harry Truman, holding up the Chicago Tribune with the headline “DEWEY DEFEATS TRUMAN” after he beat Thomas Dewey in the 1948 election.

Barry Blitt, the illustrator said, “When one considers Mr. West it doesn’t take a whole lot of imagination to be reminded of another scrappy kid who won the Presidency, back in 1948, against all odds. The press wrote him off, too. That’s right—Harry Truman.”

Click the gallery to see the cover. Do you think Kanye stands a chance in the 2020 presidential race? Sound off in the comments.

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