A porn star and a rapper making a bid for the White House is not the beginning of a joke. Porn star Cherie DeVille and rapper Coolio think they have the winning ticket to take the White House in 2020.

DeVille, who, according to her website bio is bi-sexual and was nominated for the Hardest Working Ho in Ho Biz at the 2016 Spank Bank Awards, has starred in several adult videos and is by all indications a popular porn performer. She said the switch to politics stems from a “personal frustration for the current political climate.”

She says she sobbed when Donald J. Trump won the election last year, but not “because [she] hated [Trump] specifically.” “I cried because of what I felt that meant for the direction our country was going in,” she reportedly said.

In her announcement regarding the presidential run (see video below), she said she is tired of being misrepresented and lied to by political leaders. “I promise you, I will not ‘make America great again,'” she said. “We will make America f–king awesome again.”

The 39-year-old adult film performer has enlisted rapper Coolio to serve as vice president, due to his rise from poverty. “He’s lived and exemplifies what I consider the American dream,” DeVille reportedly said.

Coolio told Los Angeles’s KESQ-TV in a recent interview: “We need normal, regular, everyday people in office.” The two say that together, they know how to fix America. They plan to run on the Democratic ticket.

“If our criteria now for becoming a political official is minor celebrity, I have that,” said DeVille, who boasts 190,000 Twitter followers, according to The Hill. “I feel like I can be potentially what I’m feeling the American people — for better or for worse — want, which is interesting news, scandalous news, you know, not ‘boring’ political news.”

Although the announcement looks like satire, the participants say they are serious. When asked if the bid for the White House was sincere, or whether it was a joke or publicity stunt, Coolio said, “You can tell by our answers to your questions that we’re serious. We’re making it fun, no doubt. At the core of what we’re doing, this is absolutely real.”

DeVille reportedly told ITK, “I am going to actually run for president,” but she admits that the original intention was to “start a dialogue” about stereotypes against sex workers.

“I just want to challenge the public opinion that a sex worker, just because they’re a sex worker, couldn’t be in public office,” she said.