Lindsay Lohan took to her social media profiles Friday night to announce that she will run for president in 2020. The "Mean Girls" star gave a shout-out to Kanye West, who announced his presidential bid in August, and also said she was inspired by current President Barack Obama.
"In #2020 I may run for president," Lohan wrote, "Through ups and downs #YESWECAN lets do this @kanyewest #truespirits thank your for inspiring us to be better people @barackobama #kanyewest2020 #lindsaylohanat35 #lindsaylohan2020 with #34yearsofEXPERIENCE #unitingWORLDnations."
Shortly after her announcement, the 29-year-old told fans the first thing she would do as POTUS would be to "take care of all the children suffering in the world." Lohan added, "#queenELIZABETH showed me how by having me in her country.”
The first thing I would like to do as president of __ is take care of all of the children suffering… https://t.co/Xpf9V7LQvL
— Lindsay Lohan (@lindsaylohan) October 17, 2015
It's not clear if the "Freaky Friday" actress is serious about running, but Kim Kardashian previously revealed that her rapper husband will definitely try his best to win. "I believe he is serious, and I know if he puts his mind to something he'll do his best," she said during a September appearance on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show."
Since West's announcement in August at the MTV Video Music Awards, the rapper has kept relatively quiet about his political aspirations. He did, however, tell Vanity Fair in an interview released last month that he was "definitely" running for president but didn't want to face-off against anyone.