Kanye West’s ‘iPlane 1’ pitched to Donald Trump is a stolen idea

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If you ever got the opportunity to visit the President of the United States at their own house, you'd want to bring along a gift of appreciation, right?

Apple, for their part, declined to comment.

On Blck democrats, he said: "People expect that if you're black, you have to be Democrat", he said. Trump has had his fair share of insane rants but even he looked a little uncomfortable during Kanye's tirade. "It completely caught me by surprise", he said.

"If he don't look good, we don't look good".

They also blasted West's remarks on addressing police brutality and race in general, with Velshi calling it "mostly nonsense".

After West rambled on over several different topics, including manufacturing, the 13th Amendment and Saturday Night Live, Trump called him a special person to close out the meeting.

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Trump and West previously appeared together shortly after Trump's 2016 election in the lobby of Trump Tower in NY . Which is pretty underwhelming considering you've just branded yourself a insane motherfucker.

"I tell you what, that was pretty impressive".

West, according to reporter Jack Jenkins, announced he had made a hat for Trump that says, "Make America Great", leaving out the word "again" because the original slogan "hurts black people". You better play 4D chess with me. "So I think this was about Trump and the white community, not about anything to do with minorities". "Hurricane Michael screw you, we've got insane to cover", he said.

"And if anyone around him cares about him, the family that he mentioned today or whomever, his managers, maybe some other people who are in the music business who know him, they need to grab him and snatch him up and get Kanye together because Kanye needs help", Lemon said.

Klavan particularly zeroed in on CNN hosts Chris Cuomo and Don Lemon for their over-the-top language criticizing West, while also highlighting the rapper's persistence in taking on the Left.

The rapper was joined by National Football League great Jim Brown to discuss issues with President Donald Trump, but in a rare change of pace at the White House, the county's chief executive was left nearly in silence.