Donald Trump's presidency in office has been filled with controversy, leading to a prominent split between the country as far as his supporters and those who feel the opposite, but there are some artists who have thought about what moves they would make if they took his spot, including Quavo of Migos.

The rapper did an interview with the New York Daily News, where he spoke on what he would do if he had the opportunity to take over Trump's presidency. The "Wind Up" rhymer revealed that not only would be move him and his family straight into the White House, but he would also bring the troops home, as well as raise minimum wage.

"On my first day in office as President Quavo, I'd move my whole family into the White House," Quavo said. "Second, I'd pull all the troops back. Third, I'd raise the minimum wage to a good, nice amount so people get paid," he continued.

While he didn't go into much detail of how he would accomplish some of these major feats as President, or how he would handle other issues regarding foreign policy, it sounds like Quavo would love to help the people as much as possible.

The Migos member is currently on the road with his brothers along with Future for his Nobody's Safe Tour, which also features Young Thug, A$AP Ferg, and Tory Lanez.

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