Kanye West Gave Donald Trump Yeezys & "Make America Great" Hat

Kanye West Gave Donald Trump Yeezys &

Kanye West Gave Donald Trump Yeezys & "Make America Great" Hat

Those items were addressed in a pre-lunch meeting, but Kanye launched into a speech and Trump let him go on as the cameras recorded it all.

He told Trump he had stopped a potential war with North Korea. Trump brought up his decision to commute the life sentence of Alice Johnson, a 63-year-old grandmother who'd been incarcerated since 1996 for a drug-related conviction, in early June.

Wearing a Make America Great Again cap, despite receiving heavy criticism from his fellow celebrities for doing so, West swore, unlocked his phone apparently using the password 0000 and insisted he had been misdiagnosed as bipolar and was instead sleep deprived. "You made a Superman cape for me, also, as a guy who looks up to you ... looks up to American industry guys, nonpolitical, no bullshit - put the beep on it - however you wanna do it, five-second delay ..."

After Kanye's speech, Trump, not usually one to be silent, said quietly, "That was quite something".

"Now I've been extremely patient and made it a point to not jump to any premature conclusions about Ye'& his antics", T.I. wrote on Instagram.

A number of fans speculated that the musician got his initials the wrong way around, but Sportsmail understand that they stand for "West-Kardashian".

"We do need reform". Then Kanye set out his thoughts about Trump and the respect he should be getting.

"We can empower the pharmaceuticals", he said.

"When Kanye came out a couple months ago, something happened", Trump said.

"We'll get rid of Air Force One", the president replied.

Such distinctions belonged to Kanye West.

Donald Trump welcomes Kanye West to the Oval Office

West, a long-time Trump supporter, also decried the allegedly widespread expectation that black people should be Democrats.

"We have to release the love" in the country, he said. He also criticized the 13th Amendment, which abolished slavery, calling it a "trap door". "That's an invisible wall", he said.

The rapper also spoke against stop-and-frisk policing policies, which Trump recently expressed support for.

"How, with people dead in Florida and a green card holder, a journalist for the Washington Post, missing and possibly dismembered - how are we talking about the president's needs?" she said.

West warned reporters that he doesn't answer questions in sound bites.

"You are tasting a fine wine", West said, praising himself.

At the end of West's lengthy, sometimes-hard-to-follow dialogue, even Trump seemed at a loss.

From there, West discussed prison reform and violence in inner-city Chicago. "We have the right to bear arms!"

West spoke to reporters for almost 10 minutes in the Oval Office.

On being in the Oval Official: "Oh, it is good energy in this".

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