Kanye West Rambles Like Trump In White House Meeting

Paola Ditto
Ottobre 12, 2018

"I love everyone, but the campaign "I'm with her" just didn't make me feel - as a guy ... it was something about this hat that made me feel like Superman", he said.

At one point, Kanye said, "Let's stop worrying about the future all we have is today". We'd go into further detail about the things he said but I think we can all agree that the guy hasn't got a clue what he's saying.

"You know, my dad and my mum separated, so I didn't have a lot of male energy in my home".

Trump described West as a "smart cookie" who "gets it", and when asked if the 21-time Grammy Award victor could be a future presidential candidate, he replied, "Could very well be".

He showed the president a video on his phone of a hydrogen-powered plane and said Trump should travel in it. West launched into a soliloquy-peppered with occasional curse words-about his own upbringing, violence in Chicago and his unapologetic backing of a president who has found tepid support among other entertainers or black Americans. The core of Adidas, and Chicago, is the core of middle America, and we have to make middle America strong. "I just channelled it", the musician said.

"I'm standing in that spot", West replied. "I didn't want to put you in that position".

T.I. then promised to "slap the f**k" out of him, should they ever meet again.

West, who received harsh criticism for suggesting slavery was a "choice," told Trump that "we have to release the love (throughout) the country. we don't have the reparations but we have the 13th Amendment".

Accusing political opponents of being mentally ill used to be frowned upon in democracies, yet that was the prime tactic media and Twitter voices deployed against Kanye West, who was also labeled an "incel" and "boot licker". I'ma break it down to you right now: If someone inspires me and I connect with them, I don't have to believe in all [their] policies.

But in his Fox interview, Mr Trump said that West's support had transformed African American views of his presidency.

Trump says he'd been willing to "look at it", and says, "They have to do something". But West quickly veered off topic as Trump, NFL great Jim Brown, senior adviser Jared Kushner, Secret Service agents and the assembled press pool looked on. "There was something about when I put this hat on, it made me feel like Superman", he shared. "I love this guy", he said.

West, a long-time Trump supporter, also decried the allegedly widespread expectation that black people should be Democrats.

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