Kanye West to visit Trump to discuss prison reform, Chicago violence

Kanye West to visit Trump to discuss prison reform, Chicago violence

Kanye West to visit Trump to discuss prison reform, Chicago violence

On Fox & Friends, Trump cited West's support as a turning point in broadening the diversity of his base.

Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters that other topics of conversation will focus on curbing gang violence, especially in West's hometown of Chicago.

West is planning to discuss the opening of employment opportunities for former prison convicts, a subject already being studied by the White House, according to The New York Times.

And of course, everyone watched - even if they said they didn't want to or didn't care - because it was impossible to tear yourself away from the spectacle. The latest one comes from comedian Pete Davidson, who had to endure said rant during 'Ye's appearance on Saturday Night Live last week (Sept. 29).

"Mother and I enjoy your hip-hops very much", Kimmel said mimicking Pence.

"Ms. Johnson has accepted responsibility for her past behavior and has been a model prisoner over the past two decades", the White House stated in a release. "He's racist, '" said West.

West credited Mr Trump with preventing a war with North Korea and encouraged him to swap his usual Air Force One for a hydrogen-powered plane. She went for meetings related to her goal of securing clemency for individuals facing life sentences from nonviolent drug crimes.

The reason has to do with West's public support of President Donald Trump and Kardashian's visit to the Oval Office earlier this year. I'd get kicked out of the black community.

"It's habit because for a hundred years, African-Americans have gone with Democrats but now they're changing and they're changing fast and they're coming". Like Kanye is a genius, but a musical genius.

West, 41, deleted his social media accounts for the third amid a backlash following the show.

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