Entertainment Kim Kardashian says Kanye West is serious about running for president Kanye West and Kim Kardashian West attend attend his Yeezy Season 2 show during New York Fashion Week at Skylight Modern in Manhattan on Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2015. Photo Credit: Getty Images / Kevin Mazur By FRANK LOVECE. Special to Newsday September 30, 2015 12:31 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email Reality-TV star Kim Kardashian said she believes her husband, Kanye West, is being serious about his desire to run for president. In a preview clip of Wednesday's "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," Kardashian, 34, said rapper West's announcement on the MTV Video Music Awards that he wanted to run for president in 2020 "was news to me. ... That wasn't a discussion in our household." Nevertheless, she said, "He's serious. I believe he is serious and I know that he -- if he puts his mind to something, he'll do his best. ... Y'know it's been fascinating just hearing all of the conversations that have gone on since that announcement. I don't know if was planned and I just didn't know about it or if he came up with that idea right then and there." Noting, "That's a big thing not to talk to your wife about," the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star nonetheless conceded, "I think that would be so much fun to be in the White House." She added, "I was joking with him. I was like, 'You're going to have to make it to a second term,' because he loves redecorating. So I was like, 'If you're going to want to redo the whole White House and we're not going to be able to enjoy it, we're going to have to just go with the flow.'" Kardashian, who is expecting in December, also said she and West haven't chosen a name for their son, and that they will "start thinking at about eight months" into her pregnancy. After fielding DeGeneres' jokes about naming the child "Wild," "Mid" or "East Meets," she admitted, "I do like the name Easton. Easton West. I don't think my husband likes that name, but I do like it." She stressed, "It's definitely not South. Every time someone says, 'South,' I just want to roll my eyes. It's not a good direction." By FRANK LOVECE. Special to Newsday Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.