Kim Kardashian plays F**k Marry Kill With US presidents

Clinton vs Bush vs Obama.

Kim Kardashian for GQ
Kim Kardashian Kim and Khloe team up for a steamy new shoot Image Picture GQ

With 2016 bringing a US presidential election, everyone’s got an opinion on the White House and its residents past, present and future.

Someone we don’t associate with hot topic political debate is Kim Kardashian. KK is normally better associated with reality TV, naked Instagram selfies and being the saner half (probably) of the Kardashian-West power couple.

In a bare-all cover story for the latest issue of GQ, Kim showed off her political prowess in a game of F**k Marry Kill involving the last three US presidents.

“I’m marrying Barack, I’m f**king Bill, and I’m killing George,” she explained in a video segment cut from GQ’s video, but later posted via her official website and app.

She added: “I love George, though. I just think he’s cute. Like a cute little president… and the Bush kids sent us a baby gift. Let me think about it.”

Kim Kardashian for GQ
Drive my car That's not how this works, Kim... Image Picture GQ

Most people can think of a four-letter word beginning with ‘c’ to describe Bush, Kim, and it isn’t ‘cute’.

For 2016? Kardashian says she’s a democrat and firmly behind Hillary Clinton.

“I just think he’s cute. Like a cute little president…”

News of her Bush leanings might cause a stir with husband Kanye West, though.

The music star famously said Bush “doesn’t care about black people” during a 2005 relief concert for Hurricane Katrina.

Five years later, when Bush was out of office, he described West’s comments as the low point of his presidency – presumably forgetting the Iraq war, his terrible approval rating and nearly choking to death on a pretzel.

“I didn’t appreciate it then. I don’t appreciate it now. It’s one thing to say, ‘I don’t appreciate the way he’s handled his business.’ It’s another thing to say, ‘This man’s a racist,” Bush said.

There might be a light at the end of the tunnel, though. West admitted in 2014 that he admired Bush’s artwork, saying: “He has some very cool self-portraits. I didn’t know he was an artist.”

The plot thickens…

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Loaded digital media manager Simon Reynolds has written about film and entertainment for various leading websites since 2008. Follow Simon at @simonreyn

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