Trump, MAGA Hat, Racism, More

Trump, MAGA Hat, Racism, More

Trump, MAGA Hat, Racism, More

West dominated the conversation with a series of monologues that touched on social policy, mental health, endorsement deals and his support for the president.

The trio spoke about prison reform and guns with Kanye saying: "The problem is illegal guns.Not legal guns".

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

A few days ago, Adidas CEO Kasper Rorsted reacted to news about his brand ambassador Kanye West supposedly meeting up with Trump in 48 hours.

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"I love Hillary. I love everyone, but the campaign 'I'm With Her, ' just didn't make me feel as a guy, who didn't get to see his dad all the time, like a guy that could play catch with his son".

According to West, in a rant to the President, he says Air Force One, the plane which flies the country's leader, should be replaced with "this right here, is the iPlane 1, a hydrogen-powered airplane".

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West told reporters: "Let's stop worrying about the future, all we have is today".

During one pause in West's comments, Mr Trump said: "I tell you what that was pretty impressive".

When asked by a reporter if West, who has teased a presidential run in the past, was a viable candidate for commander in chief, Trump said that the rapper "could very well be". "I just channelled it".

In a recent appearance on "Saturday Night Live", Mr. West said cast members tried to talk him out of wearing the hat on TV.

Mr Trump said that "stop-and-frisk works".

In an impassioned but sometimes hard to follow 10-minute speech, West talked about the "male energy" of Trump's 2016 campaign, the USA relationship with North Korea and his belief that he was misdiagnosed with bipolar disorder. "When I say I like Trump, they say 'Oh, but he's racist.' Do you think racism could control me?" "You gave me the heart to go to adidas because at adidas, when I went in in 2015, we were a $14 billion company losing $2 billion a year".

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