Thursday, 18 October, 2018

Prison reform, Chicago violence on menu for Kanye-Trump White House lunch

Kanye, Trump talk Chicago, stop-and-frisk policing, hydrogen-powered Air Force One in Oval Office meeting Prison reform, Chicago violence on menu for Kanye-Trump White House lunch
Stacy Diaz | 11 October, 2018, 20:56

President Trump suggested Thursday that Kanye West - who on Thursday delivered a weird, F-bomb-filled rant in the Oval Office - could one day fill his shoes as commander-in-chief.

U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and musician Kanye West at Trump Tower in New York City on Dec 13, 2016. He said the hat given to him by the president was like "a Superman cape".

Capehart also indicated that the president's rhetoric had poisoned whatever good employment news he had to offer.

"He's a different kind of guy and that's OK with me".

A senior White House official told Politico that officials planned "to look into" Fox News deciding to cut away from presidential rallies, suggesting that Bill Shine, the White House communications director and former Fox News president, would get in touch with his former colleagues.

Other topics of discussion will include prison reform, how to prevent gang violence and reducing violence in Chicago, Sanders said.

West launched into his 10-minute soliloquy that touched on his decision to wear the MAGA hat on the set of "Saturday Night Live", his bi-polar diagnosis and being part of the extended Kardashian family.

"There were people who said Trump would never win", West said in the interview. Asked if he would consider campaigning with the rapper, Trump said, "I could see it".

Kanye West and Neil Portnow, the president of the Recording Academy, will both be present during the ceremonial signing of the Music Modernization Act. West also says that many people believe that if someone's black, then that person has to be a Democrat.