This Quote Proves Kris Jenner Should Be President
It’s no secret that the United States of America is being ruled by a dictatorial reality star who will stop at nothing to bring his brand to fruition. Some people are mad that we elected a media personality with no government experience to the highest office in the land.
But I’d say we just elected the wrong one.
There are many more responsible, intelligent, and level-headed reality stars in the world, and the queen of them all is Kris Jenner. I’ve been saying since the beginning of the past election cycle that Kris Jenner would be the most efficient president we have ever had. And a new quote from Kim Kardashian’s assistant, Stephanie Shepherd, only further proves it.
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When asked by Refinery 29 about Kris, Steph had this to say:
“Kris Jenner is a fucking G. The biggest lesson she’s taught me is to not procrastinate. When you want something done, get it done. If you’re a procrastinator, this is not the world for you. If someone tells her no, she has no problem standing her ground and saying, ‘We’re not accepting that, get someone on the phone and make it happen.’ That woman can literally get on the phone and change the world. And somehow, she juggles all of these kids, all of their careers, and still makes sure that every assistant, every staff member, has a Christmas present, delivered to us by Christmas, with a thoughtful card. And it’s a nice ass Christmas present. That’s the kind of person I aspire to be one day.”
This sounds like what Donald Trump wishes his employees would say about him.
It’s time to accept the truth: if we want a president who’s gonna get shit done, Kris Jenner is it. It wouldn’t matter if congress was on her side or not, she’d push through any legislation she wanted. If she could turn her sex-tape-starring, allegedly talent-less daughter into America’s media queen, I think she could handle healthcare legislation, thank you very much.
Kris for president. Or we’d at least settle for her running as Joe Biden’s shadowy veep in 2020.
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