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11 October 2018, 10:14 | Anna Jefferson
West was invited to the White House to have lunch with the president, former National Football League star Jim Brown, and the president's son-in-law and top adviser Jared Kushner to discuss manufacturing, prison reform and gang violence.
At one point a reporter asked Trump whether West could be a future presidential candidate. "It was from the soul", West responded. "But I'm having dinner with him Wednesday night and I've been very happy with our relationship", Rorsted said. "We are cheating on our country, we end up in the cheapest factory ever - the prison system".
He added, "Day one, solved one of his biggest problems. If we could do it a different way, Kanye, I'm totally open".
West's wife, Kim Kardhashian, has worked with Trump and the White House on prison reform and pardon issues.
West's visit to the White House falls in line with Kushner's efforts at criminal justice reform. Supporters of West's music have described him as a political sellout. "I just channelled it", the musician said, adding - to gasps from presidential staff - that Trump "might not have expected to have a insane motherf***** like Kanye West supporting him".
"My dad and my mom separated so there was not a lot of male energy in my home and also I'm married to a family where, you know, there's not a lot of male energy", Kanye said.
Looking at Trump, he said, "You made a Superman cape for me".
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