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Kanye West stages surreal White House meeting with Donald Trump

Kanye West stages surreal White House meeting with Donald Trump Kanye West stages surreal White House meeting with Donald Trump
Stacy Diaz | 11 October, 2018, 22:00

The hosts of Fox & Friends attempted to wind down the interview with Trump a few times, finally bringing it to a close about 50 minutes after the president called in, with Steve Doocy telling Trump to "go run the country". "I think it would be cool to have Trump factories", he suggested.

"Trump is on his hero's journey right now, " West said, tossing out an expletive to describe himself.

Addressing Mr Trump, he added: "There was something about when I put this hat on it made me feel like Superman". Trump said Brown "came out of nowhere" to help with criminal justice issues. "It was meant for problems like Chicago".

"I tell you what, that was pretty impressive", Trump said after West spoke.

The president replied, "I'm open-minded". We've been extremely happy with our relationship with Kanye West. "They [Chicago residents] respect this guy".

"We get caught up over the idea of racism, over the idea of industry", he said, calling for more black Americans to have "ownership" of their society. "We have the right to bear arms".

But West was not entirely supportive of Trump's agenda, noting that he would discuss "stop and frisk" with the president. "He started showing that he actually had power", West said.

"We'll get rid of Air Force One", Mr. Trump replied.

But West, who's from Chicago, tells Trump that this strategy is detrimental.

With that, West launched into a almost 10-minute-long speech that the rapper said was "from the soul", according to White House pool reports.

He also criticized the left for their attacks on police officers.

The rapper wore Trump's trademark "Make America Great Again" hat and addressed everything from his respect for the president to relations with North Korea to the state of mental health in America during a lengthy monologue.

In a recent appearance on "Saturday Night Live", Mr. West said cast members tried to talk him out of wearing the hat on TV.

He criticized liberals who are pressuring him to oppose Mr. Trump.

"I'd like to find a lot of people like Alice Johnson".

It's a trapdoor!.the four gentlemen who wrote the 13th amendment didn't look like the people they were amending!