Kanye floats 2024 bid as election night results come in
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Kanye WestKanye Omari WestCaitlyn Jenner: My family not 'involved whatsoever' in gubernatorial bid Chris Rock, 'SNL' cast reflect on 'messed up' year in politics, pop culture during season finale Elon Musk asks Twitter for skit ideas ahead of 'Saturday Night Live' appearance MORE, a 2020 White House hopeful, is delivering a terse reaction to Tuesday's election night results — and hinting at another presidential run.

The "Yeezus" rapper, who launched a long-shot presidential bid under the Birthday Party in July, tweeted his apparent disappointment with the election results to his nearly 31 million followers early Wednesday morning. In his message, he indicated that he would make another White House run in four years:

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West, 43, had failed to make the ballot in most states and polled in the low single digits when included in surveys ahead of Election Day. Early results on Tuesday showed he failed to make a dent in any state race.

West declared earlier Tuesday that he was voting in a presidential race for the first time, casting a ballot for himself.

The entertainer and fashion designer, who has said he has bipolar disorder, had previously been a prominent supporter of President TrumpDonald TrumpGuardian Angels founder Curtis Sliwa wins GOP primary in NYC mayor's race Garland dismisses broad review of politicization of DOJ under Trump Schumer vows next steps after 'ridiculous,' 'awful' GOP election bill filibuster MORE. Cameras captured him visiting the Oval Office in 2018 sporting a "Make America Great Again" and delivering remarks alongside the president.

In an August interview, West said he was "not denying" that his campaign, whose state-level ballot efforts had been linked to GOP operatives, was seeking to hurt the candidacy of Democratic presidential nominee Joe BidenJoe BidenBaltimore police chief calls for more 'boots on the ground' to handle crime wave Biden to deliver remarks at Sen. John Warner's funeral Garland dismisses broad review of politicization of DOJ under Trump MORE.