Published: Thu, October 11, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Kanye West goes on a freakish rant in the Oval Office

Kanye West goes on a freakish rant in the Oval Office

Inching ever closer to a Cabinet position with each passing day, Billboard now reports that Kanye West will attend the signing ceremony for the new Music Modernization Act while swinging by the White House Thursday.

With that, West launched into a almost 10-minute-long speech that the rapper said was "from the soul", according to White House pool reports.

Vivian Salama, a White House correspondent for the Wall Street Journal, who was in the room for the meeting of the minds, tweeted that at one point West ran up to Trump to give him a hug, and also said that, as president, Trump has to be "the freshest" and "the flyest".

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West was invited to the White House to have lunch with the president, former National Football League star Jim Brown, and the president's son-in-law and top adviser Jared Kushner to discuss manufacturing, prison reform and gang violence.

"It was from the soul", West said.

In June, Trump commuted the life sentence of a woman for a first-time drug offense whose cause was taken up by celebrity Kanye West's wife, Kim Kardashian West. Alice Marie Johnson, a 63-year-old from Tennessee, had served more than 20 years in prison on drug conspiracy and money laundering charges.

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Kanye's public support of the controversial U.S. President has sparked outrage among fans and his fellow musicians, as have his outlandish comments on slavery and America's Constitution. "I came to Washington on the 18th time, I said, 'Darling, can you believe it?" Mr. Trump earlier in the week said Chicago should strongly consider implementing a stop-and-frisk program like the one New York City had.

"There were people who said Trump would never win", West said in the interview.

"I'd like to find a lot of people like Alice Johnson".

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West said he had been an underdog his entire career, and that drew him to Trump, a man who many felt could never win the presidency. We'd go into further detail about the things he said but I think we can all agree that the guy hasn't got a clue what he's saying. "When he sees that African-American unemployment is the lowest in history, you know people are watching".

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