"Trump is on his hero's journey right now", West said. We'd go into further detail about the things he said but I think we can all agree that the guy hasn't got a clue what he's saying.
Mr. West said that he didn't have "a lot of male energy" in his home due to his parents' separation and noted that he is married into a family of strong women-including his wife, Kim Kardashian.
When West ran out of steam, The president concluded, "He can speak for me any time he wants".
He also revealed his iPhone password when he went to show President Trump a photo of the hydrogen-powered plane his is working on with Apple on his device, quickly typing in "000000".
Talking at speed on everything from Trump's protectionist trade polices to black gun crime and "infinite amounts of universe", West left the normally talkative president nearly speechless with his performance.
"We can empower the pharmaceuticals and make more money", the rapper said.
"It was from the soul, I just channeled it", West said.
Sitting next to football legend Jim Brown and a lawyer for Gangster Disciples founder Larry Hoover, West launched into almost 10 minutes of largely uninterrupted remarks before taking questions from the reporters in the room.
West has been supportive of the president, sharing a picture of himself with a "Make America Great Again" hat earlier this year and praising him during a recent "Saturday Night Live" appearance.
"Really the reason why they imprisoned him was because he started doing positive for the community, he started showing that he had power, that he wasn't one of a monolithic voice, that he could wrap people around", West said. It was something about, when I put this hat on, it made me feel like Superman.
West also brushed aside the fight for tougher gun laws.
Glenn Greenwald and others with no stake in Trump were also unimpressed at this outburst of insensitivity among the professed tolerance, regardless of whether they believe Yeezus to be an authority on U.S. politics.
The White House had said that Trump and West, who were also joined by Hall of Fame NFL running back Jim Brown, would discuss a range of issues, including manufacturing, prison reform, preventing gang violence and reducing violence in Chicago, which is where West grew up.
His stump speech includes repeated boasts about record low unemployment for African Americans and he is touting the need for reform of the prison system, where blacks are about 38 per cent of inmates, despite being only 13 per cent of the United States population. "Let me give this guy a hug", he said.