Rapper, fashion designer and avid Trump supporter, Kanye West, is set to meet Donald Trump for lunch on Thursday at the White House, in order to discuss manufacturing jobs in Chicago and work opportunities for ex-cons.
Kanye West will also meet son-in-law and adviser, Jared Kushner, when discussing jobs in Chicago, prison reform, and possibilities of work for ex-convicts, that are unable to find work.
Kanye, or “Ye” as he’s now commonly known, once famously said, “Obama was in office for eight years and nothing in Chicago changed.”
Kanye West has been a vocal Trump supporter since the 2016 US election, even visiting him at Trump Tower shortly after he was elected, after Kanye had been hospitalised by his entourage and handlers for supporting the US president in an on-stage address to inform the masses of his real thoughts, during his concert.
Following his recovery and the firing of his management team, Kanye’s been very vocal about how he feels about Donald Trump, much to the dismay of the falsifying mainstream news media that always try to paint Trump in a bad light, with their occultist bias.
Kanye’s support for Trump has also led to numerous smear attacks, with many people insinuating that he’s mentally ill for supporting the US President. That’s typical of the Democrats to dismiss somebody as “crazy” for not succumbing to the way they want celebrities to think – a real thought police tactic.
Over the past year, Kanye West has struck up a nice friendship with conservative commentator, Candace Owens, as well as make an inspiring speech on TMZ Live back in May 2018, touching on topics such as slavery, the need for free speech, free thinkers, free thought and also spoke about the negative implications of the symbolic Democrat plantation of mental enslavement.
The last time Kanye West met Donald Trump, along with efforts of his wife, Kim Kardashian, they successfully convinced Trump to release Alice Marie Johnson, who was convicted for drug trafficking in 1996, as a first time offender under exceptional circumstances. She was released in June 2018 after receiving clemency from Trump after serving 21 years in prison.
Over the past weekend, Kanye West had his Saturday Night Live (SNL) performance in support of Donald Trump edited and largely cut from public broadcast after he admitted that he was bullied backstage into not wearing his ‘Make America Great Again’ hat on stage. However, he went ahead and wore the hat anyway, stating to the crowd, “You can’t bully me. Liberals can’t bully me.”
When meeting for lunch on Thursday, Kanye West also hopes to discuss prison reform with President Donald Trump, with White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders confirmed, “Kanye West is coming to the White House to have lunch with President Trump, and he will also meet with Jared Kushner.”
“Topics of discussions will include manufacturing resurgence in America, prison reform, how to prevent gang violence, and what can be done to reduce violence in Chicago.”
Violence in Chicago has spiralled out of control over the past decade, and Kanye West tried to raise the issue with previous president Barack Obama, but he received not as much as even a reply from him. Go figure….
On the contrary, President Donald Trump is keen to talk with Kanye West again to make progress on various issues in Chicago, including on the topic of the windy city’s escalating murder rate.
Story by The Narrator
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