"You know, Trump's mouth said, that was impressive, but you could see he was thinking, 'Is it racist if I call the cops?'" Noah said. "So I think this was about Trump and the white community, not about anything to do with minorities".
In the middle of his answer to a question about his stance on Kanye, the comedian said he's scared of what America will be like after Trump leaves office.
"Not only was this a insane conversation for this White House, this was the kind of conversation that would typically held between people wearing hospital bracelets", he said.
"I remember", said Nicolle Wallace, a former staffer at the Bush White House. "I just channelled it", the musician said, adding - to further gasps - that Trump "might not have expected to have a insane motherfucker like Kanye West supporting him". "That represented the split that you saw within the White House".
He told Trump: "It was something about when I put this hat on, it made me feel like Superman".
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The unlikely allies spoke to reporters before a closed-door lunch that had been billed as a forum to discuss policy issues including manufacturing, gangs, prison reform and violence in Chicago, where West grew up.
"But as you're doing it, have some sense with it. Make sense". He visited the real estate billionaire in Trump Tower shortly after the unexpected election results, and has been vocal about his love for Trump ever since.
And while he's rocking the MAGA hat and stumping for Trump, Taylor Swift of all people has stepped up to throw her support behind two Democratic Senate contenders. "He is my brother", West wrote.
West himself has suggested he might be open to wading into politics, including a run for president in 2020.
President Donald Trump's official gear is often adorned with the slogan "Make America Great Again". West shot back, "Only after 2024".