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'Quite Something': Kanye West Makes A Statement In The Oval Office

'Quite Something': Kanye West Makes A Statement In The Oval Office

"Kanye West is what happens when Negroes don't read".

Ardent Donald Trump supporter Kanye West visited the White House on Thursday for a sit-down chat with the president.

And he dropped an f-bomb in the process, saying that Trump may not have expected "a insane -- like Kanye West" to support him, according to AP reporter Jonathan Lemire. Instead, the company has suggested in the past that users select passcodes with unique significance only they may know. "We're not sending Kanye West to the White House to talk about these issues because he can't". "That was quite something".

"I tell you what", Donald Trump said.

Previously, Kanye's reality TV star wife Kim Kardashian has visited the White House to press, successfully, for Trump to grant clemency to Alice Johnson, a woman who was sentenced to life in prison for nonviolent drug crimes. He allowed me to be invited to his territory, he treated us beautifully, and he shared some thoughts, and he will be open to talking when I get back to him.

Addressing the topic Thursday, West said he had at one point been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, but was later told by a neuropsychologist he'd been misdiagnosed. The cool part here is that the plane emits only water vapor as its exhaust, not that Trump gives a shit about the environment enough to invest in such a thing. "I love Hillary, I love everyone right, but the campaign "I'm with her" just didn't make me feel as a guy ... that could play catch with his son".

Mr Trump said he'd been willing to "look at it", adding, "they have to do something".

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Kanye continued, saying "when I put this hat on, it made me feel like Superman ... that's my favorite superhero, and you made a Superman cape for me, also as a guy that looks up to you, looks up to American industry Gods..."

The tête-à-tête also comes the same week as West's longtime rival, Taylor Swift, entered the political arena for the first time, encouraging her fans to register to vote and endorsing Tennessee Democratic Senate candidate Phil Bredesen and House candidate Jim Cooper, also a Democrat.

Trump, who has had low approval ratings from African-Americans, often links the support of West and Brown to his administration's relationship with the black community. "But they told me, and I liked him, and I'm not scared to say what I like".

Following the Oval Office meeting, the pair were scheduled to speak with Mr Trump as well as his daughter Ivanka and son-in-law Jared Kushner.

"Illegal guns is the problem, not legal guns", West said.

West, slouched in a chair facing the president, called himself a "crazy mother- (expletive)" and rued the "bull- (expletive)" the president endures.