Kanye West raps his support of Trump at the White House

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At the end of the 10-minute monologue, during which Mr Trump had nodded in approval, the president said: "That was quite something". He was seated alongside former National Football League star Jim Brown, who had also come to the White House to talk about prison reform.

"I love this guy right here", West said.

Rapper Kanye West speaks with Ivanka Trump after meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, DC, on October 11, 2018.

The self-professed "genius" unlocked his phone in front of the world's media to show Trump what he should replace Air Force One with - the iPlane1, a hydrogen-powered concept aircraft that would be built by Apple.

Kimmel: "That's the president of the United States sitting quietly while an irrational madman rants and raves at him".

"It was from the soul". West, who was wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat, said the Trump-campaign staple made him "feel like Superman". "He might not have thought he'd have a insane motherf-er like Kanye" supporting him, said Mr.

He also denied that all black Americans were Democrats.

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The U.S. and North Korea have held an uneasy armistice since 1953, with Trump and North Korean President Kim Jong Un lobbing threats of nuclear annihilation back and forth against each other last summer.

"Can you imagine if President Barack Obama had Kanye West or any rapper or any person entertainer in the Oval Office who said 'M".

CNN anchor Don Lemon declared it a "minstrel show" and said West's mother was "rolling over in her grave". He also described West as a "smart cookie".

The rapper, who has become one of Trump's highest-profile celebrity supporters, visited the president at the White House for a planned meeting Thursday afternoon.

Apple, for their part, declined to comment.

West accuses black people of being "caught up" in racism: Thirteen years after his jaw-dropping declaration that "George Bush doesn't care about black people", during a live telethon dedicated to the victims of Hurricane Katrina, West says he fell prey to a "victimized mentality". In almost 10 minutes of freewheeling remarks, West talked about Trump being a father figure, time not existing, feeling like Superman wearing the red hat, and more in a unusual scene.