Thursday, 23 May, 2019

Trump Thanks Kanye West For Sticking Up For Him On 'Jimmy Kimmel'

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Adrian Cunningham | 12 August, 2018, 23:53

In response, Kanye puts on a thoughtful face, but seems to have no answer. "No matter what the consequences were". But it represented overcoming fear and doing what you felt, no matter what anyone said, in saying, you can't bully me.

Referring to the abbreviation of his first name that provides the title of his latest album, he went on: "If I'm afraid to be me, I'm no longer Ye".

He explained that he wanted to try a different approach with Trump.

While West veered off topic on several occasions, talking about love and empathy instead of responding to certain questions about his controversial support for Trump, there was one question that rendered him speechless.

He added that no one could "bully" him.

"That's a attractive thought, but just in literal terms, there are families being torn apart at the border of this country", said Kimmel, referencing Trump's policy of separating immigrant children from their parents at the USA border.

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Host Jimmy Kimmel questioned West about his unwavering support of U.S. President Donald Trump, wondering how that was possible considering West's very public chastising of former president George W. Bush in 2005. However, it was awkward silence that stole the show.

"It burnt a hole through my linen trousers and gave me a very serious second-degree burn - the muscle was exposed", she said. "They've never heard two people get together and discuss these things without screaming at each other and saying, 'You're a racist; you're a hater; I gotta shut you down, you're the enemy'". "I quite enjoy when people are mad at me". "So I think it's important for us to have. open conversations about mental health. I think it is good that when I had my first complete black out at age five, my mum didn't fully medicate me, I might not have fully been Ye". Because of his condition, he said he spoke as if he had "Tourettes" during a famous TMZ interview last spring, in which he described slavery as "a choice."

His thoughts also touched on Galileo being an iconoclast and meandered to "I've never heard of a class that breaks down how you balance a checkbook", and about how people are all "unpaid actors in some giant script that we didn't write".

Earlier in the night he tried to explain those comments.

We'll keep you posted as the president tweets more about Kimmel's interview. Waiting until after Trump runs for re-election might be West's best option, which would mean that he would target the 2024 election to be a candidate in.