How The Kardashian-Jenner Family Reportedly Feel About Kanye West's Latest Antics

How The Kardashian-Jenner Family Reportedly Feel About Kanye West's Latest Antics

How The Kardashian-Jenner Family Reportedly Feel About Kanye West's Latest Antics

Kanye West's meeting with President Trump at the White House was definitely a spectacle, but amusing?

West, while wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat, said during the short stint open to the media that he envisions the building of "Trump factories" and "Yeezy ideation centers" to create jobs for people in his hometown of Chicago and throughout the county.

In the sketch, West, played by Chris Redd, delivers a wide-ranging, unstructured monologue to the President, played by fan-favorite Alec Baldwin.

"Ooh, this guy might be cuckoo".

"He doesn't stop. He doesn't listen to anybody but himself. It was embarrassing. That's the best I'm going to say", Brazile said during a roundtable discussion on ABC's "This Week".

West also reminded the haters that not everything's what it seems: "Social media told you that people didn't like me, but everybody loves me".

"Oh my God, he's black me", Baldwin's Trump said.

"Literally no other black celebrity has gone to the White House with a level head to try and represent for us". If someone was behaving this way in the street, most of us would probably edge away and feel very bad for doing so.

There's more - a lot more - including Kanye declaring "I am the best living recording artist", boasting about his IQ and assuring us all he's not insane. he just needs some sleep.

"You could tell a lot by how much each of them prepared for the meeting: Kanye prepared by learning every fact of the world backwards, while Trump prepared by clearing his desk of any valuables", Jost added.

Newsweek notes that Donald Trump's predecessor, Barack Obama, "made no secret of his love for hip-hop while in the White House".

Saturday Night Live airs Saturday at 11:35 ET/8:35 PT on NBC.

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