Kanye West Meets Trump at Oval Office, Delivers 10-minute Monologue

Kanye West Meets Trump at Oval Office, Delivers 10-minute Monologue

Kanye West Meets Trump at Oval Office, Delivers 10-minute Monologue

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Later, West gave a charged critique of the media, including SNL, where he voiced his support of Trump in an untelevised rant. Try setting up your iPhone with a passcode like West's, for instance, and Apple (AAPL) warns you that passcode - as well as passcodes with all the same number or "123456" - can be easily guessed. "We want a brand over our own land".

Rapper Kanye West had a few things to say when he stopped by the White House for a visit with President Donald Trump Thursday.

In a almost 10-minute long speech in the Oval Office, West says he was pressured not to wear his red "Make America Great Again". For example, he encouraged Mr. Trump to attend the next Super Bowl with Colin Kaepernick, the NFL quarterback who started protests against the national anthem, demonstrations that the president has criticized vehemently. "That was quite something".

West has returned the love, bucking left-leaning showbiz trends to come out as a Trump supporter, complete with the red Make America Great Again baseball cap most often seen at the president's rowdy election campaign rallies - where African Americans are often hard to spot. "He might not have thought he'd have a insane motherf-er like (me)". He then showed people in the store a photo of Trump wearing it. Trump supports the policy and recently praised it as a solution to gun violence in Chicago.

West later told reporters of his verbal stylings: "You are tasting a fine wine that has multiple notes to it". "Illegal guns [are] the problem, not legal guns, we have the right to bear arms", he said.

Once Fox edited the clip, we heard some of West's exuberant 10 minutes in the Oval Office. "So when I said, "I like Trump" to [a] liberal, they'll say, 'Oh, but he's racist.' You think racism can control me?"

"I'm here to serve", Brown said when the president asked him how he felt.

The club shared an image of the typically straight faced Kanye West, with the caption: 'The worldwide break has got us like'.

Thursday's visit will mark Kanye's second sit-down with Trump - the Chicago, Illinois native previously showed his support for the leader by stopping by his Trump Tower offices in NY shortly after he was elected into office in November, 2016.

"It may not be good for America, but it's damn good for CBS.Man, who would have expected the ride we're all having right now?".

West's wife, reality TV star Kim Kardashian, has made two visits to the White House.

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