Published: Mon, October 15, 2018
Culture | By Jeremy Gray

Alec Baldwin's Trump returns to SNL to spoof Kanye West meeting

Alec Baldwin's Trump returns to SNL to spoof Kanye West meeting

Additionally, West jabbed SNL for their relentless mocking of President Trump, urging them to stop and adding, "If [President Trump] don't look good - we don't look good".

West and Brown's "lunch date" was private and off limits to the media, although cameras and reporters were allowed in Oval Office to ask questions for a moment before the lunch began.

Not surprisingly, "Saturday Night Live" sounded off on President Trump's Oval Office meeting with rapper Kanye West with a skit mocking the meeting. During the televised conversation West spoke about his disorders, his intelligence and why Trump made him feel like more of a man than former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

Former interim Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Donna Brazile tore into Kanye West on Sunday, accusing him of repeating "bad stereotypes about black people" during his recent White House visit.

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.

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"Thank you all for joining us today for this important discussion".

"Ooh, this guy might be cuckoo".

But while they've traded compliments, does Donald Trump support Kanye West as much as the rapper supports him by actually listening to Kanye's music? Eminem may have known that his fan base overlaps with Trump's supporters, or he may have caught on to the fact that his music "is more popular in parts of the USA that are disproportionately white". I don't see the sense in talking to someone who you obviously can't change their mind, who obviously already has their opinion about us, you know, being the Black community or whatever.

"I love you Kanye", Baldwin's Trump responded.

"You know, when people try to influence you through social media and try to tell you what to do or if you post something that's positive on Instagram and it gets taken down if it's not part of a bigger agenda, you know, that's like mind control", he explained.

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