Kanye West Meets With Trump; Says He Loves Trump, Talks 13th Amendment, and More

by Raheem Karim
Kanye West Meets Trump
Kanye West Meets Trump

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Kanye West Meets Trump At The White House To Talk About Social Justice Reform

Rapper Kanye West met with President Donald Trump today at the White House Oval Office with cameras rolling. Once again Kanye has made an ass out of himself publicly displaying his support for Trump wearing a red “Make America Great Again” hat.

The uncanny and emotional rap star then launched into a 10-minute monologue touching on his own mental health, racism, the pitfalls of the prison system and the importance of improving life for African-Americans in inner cities.

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West also showed a hydrogen airplane concept on his phone called the iplane. “This is what our President needs to be flying in.” He also stated SNL and Liberals need to improve. In so many words saying lay off the jokes about our President because if our President doesn’t look good, we don’t look good.

“This is our president. He has to be the freshest. The flyest,” the “Black Skinhead” rapper said.

Kayne also spoke on law enforcement, stating that it is a really issue in the black community, but we need fix our own problems first.

“This is our president. He has to be the freshest. The flyest,” the “Black Skinhead” rapper said.

West also addressed some of the criticsm he’s received from the black community, and liberals for supporting Trump. “Liberals use the word racism to hold black people back.”

“[Trump] might not have expected a crazy motherf— like Kanye running up to support,” he said, according to reporters in the room.

Trump returned the favor, saying Kanye “can speak for me any time he wants. he’s a smart cookie. He gets it.”

Kanye gave the President a hug and handshake, saying “I love this guy.”

The president has repeatedly pointed to West’s support as a sign he is more popular among black people than his critics believe.

Last week Trump tweeted praise for West after he appeared on “Saturday Night Live” wearing one his signature red campaign hat and voicing support for Trump.

Kanye West ‘SNL’ Speech

This was scheduled luncheon to discuss urban revitalization, and criminal-justice reform. Former NFL star and civil rights activist Jim Brown was also in attendance. Brown has also voiced support for the president.

You can watch the Kanye West monologue below.

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