Kanye’s insane White House solo that left Trump mindblown

Cristina Cross
October 12, 2018

Prison reform, American industry, and alternate universes were just some of the topics covered by rapper Kanye West in meeting with President Donald Trump at the White House on Thursday.

But West, who's from Chicago, told Trump that this strategy is detrimental.

But, seated across from President Donald Trump at the Resolute Desk, the musician delivered a rambling, multipart monologue Thursday that touched on social issues, hydrogen planes, mental health, endorsement deals, politics and oh so much more.

Lemon blamed Trump, saying the President exploited someone "who needs help".

The rapper is married to Kim Kardashian West, the reality star and cosmetics mogul, who visited the White House in May to advocate sentencing reform.

He said his "Make America Great Again" hat gives him power.

"You made a Superman cape for me", he told Trump.

The embarrassing segment for the far-left network comes two days after CNN ran a segment using racial slurs to smear West for his support for the president.

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'You a** kissing and bootlicking on a whole new level and I refuse to associate myself with something so vile, weak, and inconsiderate to the effect this has on the greater good of ALL OUR PEOPLE!

"You are tasting a fine wine", West said, praising himself.

"We have to stop pretending... like this is normal", Lemon said.

Trump said they'd discuss the matter and he'd keep an open mind. "We can empower the pharmaceuticals", he said.

"Listen, black folks are about to trade Kanye West in the racial draft", Setmayer said.

"I tell you what: That was pretty impressive", the president said.

West responded, "I like the North Korea".

The Grammy victor even brought up Hillary Clinton and the 2016 campaign, explaining that, although there was a great deal he liked about the former Secretary of State, he felt empowered by Trump's message, once again referencing the Man of Steel.

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The politician and attorney continued, "Just the other day, [West] was talking about STEM programs and how we needed to have more STEM programs and had to turn around and ask his colleague, what did STEM mean?"

"This right here is the iPlane 1", he said. He has at various points suggested slavery was "a choice" and that the 13th Amendment, which outlawed slavery, should be abolished. Racism, he said, is an invisible wall in the country.

The rapper also spoke against stop-and-frisk policing policies, which Mr Trump recently expressed support for.

After West finished speaking, Trump said: "That was quite something".

West warned reporters that he doesn't answer questions in sound bites.

This was West's second meeting with Trump since the 2016 election; he previously visited with the then-President-elect at Trump Tower in December 2016.

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