Seated across from Trump at the famous Resolute Desk, West began the Oval Office meeting - which also included NFL Hall of Famer Jim Brown and Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner - with a almost 10-minute-long speech that the rapper said was "from the soul", according to White House pool reports.
West proceeded to pitch Trump on a hydrogen powered plane that he said should replace Air Force One.
As part of the pitch to get Trump on board with criminal justice reform, West argued that "we have to bring jobs into America", because if people don't have jobs, "they end up in the cheapest factory ever, the prison system!".
Bush said in 2010 that he felt West's accusation was the "all-time low" point of his two-term presidency.
West launched into a soliloquy-peppered with occasional curse words-about his own upbringing, violence in Chicago and his unapologetic backing of a president who has found tepid support among other entertainers or black Americans.
But West, who's from Chicago, tells Trump that this strategy is detrimental.
West also banged his fist on the Oval Office's famed Resolute Desk and discussed his bipolar diagnosis.
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It's getting harder and harder to see the gems between Kanye West's loose streams of consciousness.
West not only wore one of the caps into the Oval Office but declared: "There's something about when I put on this hat, I feel like Superman".
But fans are not happy about the social media stunt, which came after the artist made headlines for his outspoken support of U.S. president Donald Trump on Friday. "I just channelled it". "Those in the music business say he's a genius and that's okay with me".
"We have to stop pretending... like this is normal", Lemon said.
"I love Hillary. I love everybody".
West has received ample criticism from his fans for supporting a president who has become a fixture in highly critical lyrics, public comments, and diss tracks from other rappers such as Eminem, YG, G-Eazy, and the late Mac Miller.
"If ain'time I would've been in there wit you and you behaved that spinelessly in my presence, I feel that I'd be compelled to slap de'Fuq outta you bro For the People", T.I. added.