Declaring that his red "MAGA" hat makes him "feel like Superman", rapper Kanye West made a free-styling appearance in the Oval Office Thursday.
Actor Ike Barinholtz criticized the timing of the lunch, writing: "It's good to know that while Florida is being pummeled by a storm and the dow is s-tting the bed and a United States "ally" beheaded a journalist that our president is having the world's s--dest lunch with Kid Rock and Kanye West". Brown, a civil rights leader, has met Trump previously. "He might not have thought he'd have a insane (expletive) like (me)".
"It's very unfair to African-Americans it's very unfair to everybody". Stop and frisk not only has proven more harmful than effective at reducing crime; it has been ruled unconstitutional. It was easy to believe from the video, judging by his animated motions while sitting across from President Trump.
West, a long-time Trump supporter, also decried the allegedly widespread expectation that all black people should be Democrats. He has since visited The Fader's office and TMZ's office, again, while wearing the hat, and also tossed it on while performing the Kids See Ghosts track "Ghost Town" on Saturday Night Live. "They tried to scare me to not wear this hat", he said. "It's a good energy", West said.
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Before they adjourned for a roasted chicken lunch, Kanye stood up, walked over to Trump and gave him a bear hug.
Thirteen years after asserting on live TV that then-President George W. Bush didn't "care about black people", Kanye West on Thursday walked back the comment by saying he was affected by a "victimized mentality". There was a camera crew filming the meetings, according to the sources, who did not know if the crew was filming for an upcoming episode of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians".
While we admire the products Apple delivers, it is a awful idea for the phone and computer company to get into the aviation business to create what is arguably the most important plane in the world. And Kanye is a smart guy.
"When Kanye came out a couple months ago, something happened", Trump said.
In an impassioned but sometimes hard to follow 10-minute speech, West talked about the "male energy" of Trump's 2016 campaign, the US relationship with North Korea and his belief that he was misdiagnosed with bipolar disorder.