Kanye West is headed to the White House

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Kanye West is headed to the White House

The White House has not said when the visit will take place.

According to the New work Times, Kanye is scheduled to meet with the President and his son-in-law/senior adviser Jared Kushner this Thursday at The White House.

In clips that circulated on social media but were not broadcast, West discussed his plans to run for president and his support for Mr. Trump as he wore a red "Make America Great Again" cap.

President Trump will have lunch with Kanye West on Thursday, the White House says.

Other topics of discussion will include prison reform, how to prevent gang violence and reducing violence in Chicago, Sanders said.

West, a Chicago native, reportedly also wants to address job opportunities for former convicts.

The rapper has also urged NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick, the first player to kneel during the pre-game national anthem in 2016, to "tell your experience directly" to Mr Trump. They discussed the life sentence of grandmother Alice Marie Johnson on drug charges. "He's racist.' Well, uh, if I was concerned about racism, I would've moved out of America a long time ago", West said. I'ma break it down to you right now.

West has faced backlash in recent months after announcing his full-throated support of the president, including in a recent "Saturday Night Live" appearance in which he said cast members "bullied" him.

It looked like she watched this week's taping of the show from backstage, and when Pete Davidson came on the screen, she took a picture and posted it to her Instagram story with a very appropriately placed "I love you like Kanye loves Kanye" gif sticker.

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