Kanye West to visit Trump, discuss prison reform, violence

Kanye West to visit Trump, discuss prison reform, violence

Kanye West to visit Trump, discuss prison reform, violence

WASHINGTON-Rapper Kanye West will visit the White House on Thursday to discuss prison reform and other issues with President Trump and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, officials said Tuesday. "They actually hinted, Kanye and Trump, the topics at lunch are said to include prison reform, gang violence and how good it feels to unload like a maniac on Twitter".

West, 41, has deleted his social media accounts following a string of controversial stunts including wearing a Make America Great Again cap during an appearance on Saturday Night Live.

Kanye West and then-President-elect Donald Trump speak with the press after their meetings at Trump Tower, Dec. 13, 2016 in NY. We build factories here in America to create jobs. Median incomes.is at all-time high. The hip-hop veteran has suggested his longtime friend and collaborator's undying Donald Trump support stems from being acknowledged by the head of state.

On Monday, Trump pledged to end a "crime spree" in Chicago, where West grew up, and called for loosening restrictions on police in the third-largest USA city to allow stopping and frisking suspects for weapons and other contraband.

The Times reports that a spokesperson for West confirmed the meeting.

However, West returned to Twitter more radical than ever this April, calling Trump a "brother" who shares his "dragon energy", amid a flurry of self-love affirmations and conservative musings.

"There's so many times I talk to, like, a white person about this and they say 'How could you like Trump?"

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"Republicans are delivering for African-Americans like never before", Trump said at an election rally last week in Tennessee.

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