President Trump Thanks Kanye West for 'Doubling' African American Support


"We don't want to hear Kanye's music, we don't want to play Kanye on our show, we don't want to talk about Kanye anymore", they wrote. U.S.' granted equal rights to African-Americans in 1865 after the Civil War but it took a law in 1965 that ensured African-Americans across the USA could cast a vote.

The source explained that telling Kanye not to do something, such as tweeting, just "fuels him to tweet more".

He reiterated his support for the President in the TMZ interview, as West referred to Trump as "my boy" and says that the president is "one of rap's favourite people". "And, I think anything that he does, and I think this is just important to say, he always does things with really good intentions".

Since then West has raised even more ire by saying slavery in America was "a choice".

West also gave an interview with TMZ in which he called slavery "a choice", drawing a wave of condemnation on social media and from the NAACP.

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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West arriving at the MTV Video Music Awards 2016.

President Donald Trump made time again Friday to thank Kanye West for revealing himself as a MAGA-hat wearing "free-thinker", crediting West's support for supposedly boosting his approval rating by 11% among black Americans. We have to deal with the marginalization that has come from the 400 years of slavery that you said, for our people, was a choice. "I went from 11 to 22 in one week". In January, NPR investigated his claims and noted that there is an issue with the fact that he seems to take ownership of these numbers. Its time to listen to people with different views because let's face [it]: "Democrats haven't done much for you!"

According to a report by Politico, Trump adviser Pastor Darrell Scott, of Cleveland, one of the president's most loyal Blacks, has floated the idea of a series of summits on race with Black athletes, entertainers and Trump himself.

'Ye followed up to explain that "a newly hired designer on the Yeezy team presented work that was not of their own".

"I love that great, brilliant artists have the power to imagine a better future".