Trump thanks Kanye for telling the 'truth' on 'Jimmy Kimmel'

Trump thanks Kanye for telling the 'truth' on 'Jimmy Kimmel'

When pressed about Trump's policies and how West once said that President George W. Bush doesn't care about Black people but that it doesn't seem as though the current president cares about any people, the outspoken West paused for longer than a moment, and Kimmel chose to send the show to commercial.

As he paused to think of the correct response, Kimmel interrupted, saying, "Why don't we take a break".

Film producer Adam Best joked that Kimmel deserves an Emmy for managing to silence Kanye, who is known for his outbursts and general lack of any sort of verbal filter. "So I want to prove that you can get fat, you can say the wrong things, you can piss a f*cking city off".

The conversation then returned back to Trump and Ye annoyingly suggested that we should try to fight the POTUS with love instead.

Donald Trump was savagely dissed after he thanked Kanye West for his "support" following his interview with Jimmy Kimmel where he couldn't say if Trump cared for black people.

Rapper Kanye West has inspired very mixed reactions since admitting he admires such prominent conservatives as the president of the United States and commentator Candace Owens.

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- Frederick Joseph (@FredTJoseph) August 10, 2018Kanye West doesn't care about black people. "And I actually quite enjoy when people actually are mad at me about certain things", West told Kimmel. Asks Kanye about his support of @realDonaldTrump and THIS is what happened. The rapper told Kimmel that when he initially came out in support of Trump, people tried to scare him into making a the predictable choice, but he wouldn't budge.

For the most part, Kanye West has kept silent since his 2016 breakdown and hospital stay.

During an interview with Big Boy's Neighborhood, the 37-year-old revealed that her oldest daughter, 5-year-old North West, asked her why she was famous, and she didn't give the most straightforward answer. So I am talking with my ring and I talk with my hands a lot so I am talking, and I just see him looking at my ring and his face would just get heartbroken.

The hip-hop star has previously called Trump "my brother" and said they shared the same "dragon energy". He continued, "We never approach taking medication".

"Why? Because they've never heard this kind of thought before", he said.

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