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Presidential hopeful Kanye West reportedly asked his staff to refrain from "fornicating" outside of marriage.

The unusual request is part of Kanye's morality clause to establish proper employee conduct on and off the job.

According to a former staffer, Kanye portrays himself as a godly man with high morals, and he expects no less from the people who work with him.

According to the NY Post, Kanye has made abortion a central focus of his campaign for president.

"You can't do that. I don't want to ban or stop or point fingers at anything," said the father of four, who pledged "stipends for families that need support, creating orphanages that are really high-level desirable for people to go to, and the redesign of communities and cities in general to be supporting of families."

The rapper is so committed to reducing abortion rates, that he asked his campaign staff to refrain from "fornicating" outside of marriage, a source told the NY Times.

Kanye's goals also include police reform, reducing household and student loan debt and bringing prayer back into schools.

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The future politician is pictured in 2003 with La La Anthony (left) and Motown exec Ethiopia Habtemariam at a surprise party for Jay Z in NYC.

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued new guidelines late Wednesday night allowing employees to return to work if they have been exposed to coronavirus and are asymptomatic.

President Donald Trump celebrated the news after previously predicting the country would return to work by Easter.

Earlier in the day Trump tweeted:

"Once we OPEN UP OUR GREAT COUNTRY, and it will be sooner rather than later, the horror of the Invisible Enemy, except for those that sadly lost a family member or friend, must be quickly forgotten. Our Economy will BOOM, perhaps like never before!!!"

The new CDC guideline is the first step towards reopening the U.S. after weeks of lockdowns and quarantines that led to 10 million workers losing their jobs.

The CDC specified that "essential workers" in such fields as healthcare or grocery stores, can return to work if they were exposed to the virus and are asymptomatic.

The virus causes mild to moderate flu-like symptoms in most healthy adults. About 80% of those infected show no symptoms.

COVID-19 can cause a rare fatal pneumonia among elderly people or people with chronic illnesses (heart disease or respiratory problems such as asthma, diabetes).

Employees who have been exposed to COVID-19 and are asymptomatic must wear face masks at all times and continue to practice social distancing when applicable at work.

The CDC has been criticized for predicting unrealistic death rates based on flawed statistical models.

In an effort to raise the death toll to match their flawed predictions, the CDC instructed hospitals and funeral homes to classify every death as COVID-related if the deceased tested positive for coronavirus before they died. Even deaths at home are added to the tally.