Immediately after Kanye West revealed his awful iPhone passcode to the world, he said that Apple should build Trump the iPlane1. "He's a smart cookie". Brown said he liked North Korea; Trump agreed. "He might not have thought he'd have a insane (expletive) like (me)".
Invited to speak by Trump, West launched into a long, winding discourse, occasionally slapping the Resolute Desk for emphasis.
Brown went on behalf of his Amer-I-Can foundation which helps inner-city youth develop life skills - and he told everyone Trump was very good to the whole delegation.
Ryan, who appeared on CNN with host Wolf Blitzer to break down the meeting between Trump and West, brought up rapper Ray J, saying that he was "a little concerned" about the meeting. I want to hear what Kanye West wants to do when we're talking about criminal justice reform or prisoner reentry - the fact is he can not. He has since visited The Fader's office and TMZ's office, again, while wearing the hat, and also tossed it on while performing the Kids See Ghosts track "Ghost Town" on Saturday Night Live. But, he said, "This hat, it gives me power in a way".
And what did Trump call his newest best pal back?
At one point during his ten minutes of remarks, West said, "Time is a myth". It is not actually clear if his table climb was approved by Apple Store staff or if he just did it regardless. Also attending is former National Football League great Jim Brown, a civil rights leader who has met with Trump previously.
(CNN)As recently as May, rapper T.I. was still firmly on Team Kanye, but that ended Thursday with the latter's much-publicized trip to the White House.
The president was clearly looking forward to having West visit the White House: Much of his lengthy "Fox & Friends" interview earlier in the morning was focused on his relationship with the rapper, linking their freakish friendship to a rise in poll numbers. Police officers are just like us, he said.
Kardashian West, who was a vocal supporter of the Clinton campaign and a critic of Trump's, has since softened her tone.
It'd be cool to have "Trump factories", West added. The two discussed multicultural issues, education and violence in Chicago, West tweeted at the time.
White House spokesman Hogan Gidley said Trump and his guests would discuss potential future clemencies for convicts along with "addressing the massive violent crime surge in Chicago" and efforts to create jobs for African-Americans.