Kanye West Says Apple Should Build 'iPlane 1' for the President

Kanye West Says Apple Should Build 'iPlane 1' for the President

Kanye West was also joined alongside National Football League legend Jim Brown, the President's daughter and adviser, Ivanka Trump, and her husband and White House adviser Jared Kushner, during his speech at the Oval Office.

He told Fox News on Thursday that he believes West has boosted his standing with African-Americans, although he offered no evidence.

West is married to reality television star Kim Kardashian West, who successfully pushed Trump to grant a pardon to a drug offender earlier this year.

Trump and West talked a range of topics including reducing violence in Chicago, which is where the rapper grew up.

"(But) This hat, it gives me power", West said.

"There is something about when I put this [MAGA] hat on that makes me feel like Superman!".

"That was quite something", Trump said at the end West freewheeling soliloquy.

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"I think we need to care about all people", he said.

Mr Trump joked: "We could get rid of Air Force One".

"There was something about putting this hat on that made me feel like Superman", West told Mr Trump during the 10-minute speech.

"It was from the soul, I just channeled it", West said. He was explaining that people know Brown for his years in the National Football League, but he's "an even better lacrosse player". "We want a brand over our own land".

Over a lunch of caprese salad and roast chicken, Gidley said discussion would be centered on "President Trump's historic work to benefit all Americans". He also criticized the 13th Amendment, which abolished slavery, calling it a "trap door".

"We are one unit, we are one country, we are one unit in the history of time", Trump said. "Oh, that don't stop me".

On the subject of violence in Chicago, West said "stop-and-frisk does not help the relationships in the city" and "another thing is opening up industries, and we've got to get some tax breaks too". Mr Trump said he was open to other ideas.

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WASHINGTON-Kanye West's visit to the White House was pitched as a part of President Trump's commitment to urban revitalization, criminal-justice reform and new workforce-training programs.

At one point the president asked Mr.

Returning to law enforcement issues and prison sentences, he called Hoover "a living statue" for black people. "Not legal guns. We have the right to bear arms".

West also said the President is on a "hero's journey".

"Oh, it is good energy", he replied.

The two men hugged.

West said he loved everyone - including Trump's former presidential rival, Hillary Clinton - but he said he could relate to Trump's "male energy".

Kanye West to visit Trump to discuss prison reform, Chicago violence
West was also booed while making a pro-Trump speech when the cameras stopped rolling on the popular USA show in September. Adidas CEO on Kanye West and Nike's Kaepernick campaign from CNBC . "I think the universe has balance".