Kanye West Will Graciously Delay His Own Plans for the Presidency to Allow Donald Trump a Second Term

Photo: AP
Photo: AP

This morning, President-elect Donald Trump took a meeting with the troubled musician Kanye West, whose affirmation of support for Trump in recent weeks was seen at the time as evidence of his then-impending breakdown. Turns out, he’s just a fan.

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West, accompanied by Kris Jenner’s boyfriend Corey Gamble and a videographer, arrived at Trump Tower Tuesday morning at 9:13 a.m., according to the press pool. He was there for about an hour, and left the building accompanied by Trump, who told assembled reporters the two “discussed life.”

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What do they have to talk about? The two men have quite a bit in common—experience on reality TV; a pathological need to vomit regrettable messages onto Twitter; other things, I’m sure. So it’s only fitting West expounded on their meeting in a series of tweets Tuesday afternoon.

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And then—a message indicating West will wait until 2024 to run for president so that Trump might serve a second term. How incredibly gracious of him.

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Anyway, this is what the president-elect is doing with the last month he has to learn how the presidency works.

Former Gawker news editor

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“I feel it is important to have a direct line of communication with our future President if we truly want change.”

Which do you think it is: Either Kanye doesn’t know that most people can’t schedule a meeting with DJT, or Kanye believes he is functioning as a representative of the people.