Kanye heads to White House for lunch with Trump


We've been extremely happy with our relationship with Kanye West. Given how West will likely enter the political arena as a Republican, the singing duo do not want any association with them.

Rap megastar and outspoken Trump supporter Kanye West will get his dream dinner date on Thursday when he has lunch with the president at the White House, but how deep are Kanye's political ambitions?

West caused a stir after the season premiere of "SNL" on September 30 when he launched into a pro-Trump monologue while wearing a red "Make America great again" cap at the end of the show.

"It's so many times that I talk to a white person about this, and they say, 'How could you support Trump?" The singer and her husband - both of whom are active Democrats - are sick and exhausted of West's political affiliations and are "completely done" with the couple. She just wants him to focus on his family for a bit now. I'ma break it down to you right now.

Davidson additionally disagreed with West pronouncing that "this is the real me".

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"We will no longer outsource to other countries", he continued.

The last laugh may be on Huckabee.

West, who maintains ties to the city where he was raised, is married to reality television star Kim Kardashian West, who successfully lobbied Trump to grant a pardon for a non-violent drug offender earlier this year.

Despite Trump boasting regularly that black unemployment is at historic lows, only 10 percent of the African-Americans surveyed last month by Quinnipiac University said they like his policies.

"West has previously announced his own plan to run for president in 2020, but has since tweeted "#2024", suggesting it is not clear whether he will challenge Mr Trump at the next election.