Jimmy Kimmel Attacks 'Irrational Madman' Kanye West for Trump Meeting

Jimmy Kimmel Attacks 'Irrational Madman' Kanye West for Trump Meeting

Jimmy Kimmel Attacks 'Irrational Madman' Kanye West for Trump Meeting

During the interview, the Atlanta legend spoke on his friend and collaborator, Kanye West, saying that he felt a duty to reach out to him when he started wearing the "Make America Great Again" hat, endorsing Trump, and spewing irresponsible statements.

The speech was seemingly impromptu and left many people in the store confused.

On the same day, Kid Rock was also a guest at the White House.

West had mentioned Apple in the White House -he said he wanted Apple to make an "iPlane" for Trump that would replace Air Force One.

TMZ reports that Ye bestowed Trump with a pair of Yeezy trainers - in a size 12, apparently - and a custom hat which played on the White House incumbent's infamous line of Make America Great Again hats.

On Trump wanting to implement stop-and-frisk in Chicago: "Well, I feel stop-and-frisk does not help the relationship with people in the city".


In the song, "Ye vs. the People", T.I debates Kanye over his support of Trump.

Jack Jenkins, a reporter for Religion News Service, who happened to be inside the store, captured West's rant and livestreamed it on Twitter.

For the record Apple, who don't make airplanes, declined to comment on the endeavor and Boeing, who made Air Force One, is a United States company which manufactures its planes in Washington.

"I love this guy right here", the serial Grammy-winning artist declared in the Oval Office, before taking the president in his arms.

West at one point referred to himself as a "motherf--er" during his visit. So let's go over to CNN, where Tweedledum (Chris Cuomo) and Tweedle-even-stupider (Don Lemon) we're talking about this. "Trump is on his hero's journey right now, and he might not have expected to have a insane mother**ker like Kanye West".

"The main sentiment I have heard is why have we taken what was a pretty good week for the president with Kavanaugh, which is something that Republican candidates heading into the midterms would probably rather be talking about, and why are we now doing "Kanye Week"?"

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