West gifted Trump with a Superman cape: When West arrived at the Oval Office, he greeted Trump with a hug before informing those in attendance that he had presented the president with "a Superman cape" to aid him in his crime-fighting efforts.
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.
West later said online that he met with Trump in 2016 "to discuss multiracial issues" such as "bullying, supporting teachers, modernizing curriculum and violence in Chicago".
He said that "stop-and-frisk works", but West, told Trump that this strategy is detrimental. "That was quite something".
West also said he viewed Trump as a "father figure", adding that putting on the "Make America Great Again" hat made him feel like "Superman" who could help the world.
Asked if he would consider campaigning with the rapper, Trump said: "I could see it". His wife, reality TV star Kim Kardashian West, has worked with the White House on criminal justice reform and clemency issues.
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"We don't need sentences, we need pardons", he said.
Addressing the topic Thursday, West said he had at one point been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, but was later told by a neuropsychologist he'd been misdiagnosed.
The conversation turned to West expressing the lack of support he received from his Hollywood cohorts with regard to his support of the president. "Over and over and over again, the eternal returns, the hero's journey", West said.
He's also locked in a dispute with several black NFL football players who have knelt down during the playing of the U.S. national anthem to protest racial inequality.
West said a lack of "male energy" in the USA and in the Hillary Clinton campaign caused him to support Trump for President.
"There's a whole lot of people in this country that do give you a lot of credit for everything you've been doing for this country", he said.
A number of fans speculated that the musician got his initials the wrong way around, but Sportsmail understand that they stand for "West-Kardashian". "I think it would be cool to have Trump factories", he suggested. "He might not have thought he'd have a insane motherf-er like (me)".