Washington: Recently, Rapper Kanye West encounter with President Donald Trump. The White House has revealed that U.S. President Donald Trump will host one of his most famous fans at the White House, musician Kanye West, to talk about prisons, jobs and what to do about violence in Chicago.

According to the White House, it said that Rapper West will have lunch with the Republican president and also meet with Trump adviser and son-in-law Jared Kushner.

White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said in a statement “ Topic of discussions will include manufacturing resurgence in America, prison, reform, how to prevent gang violence, and what can be done reduce violence in Chicago”

Interacting to the reporters President Trump said “ Rapper West was a terrific guy.” Mr. Trump added “ he loves what are doing for African- American jobs, for so many different things. Median incomes are at an all-time high. Poverty level at the best rate, meaning the lowest rate. And Kanye Is a smart guy and he sees that”

Donald Trump also added “ West Would bring NFL Hall of fame running back Jim Brown with him “ Big Jim Brown. He was unstoppable and he has been a friend of mine. “

During the presidential election campaign in 2016, Rapper West was the one of high profile supporters celebrity and he was applauded at a concert shortly after the elections for declaring his support for Trump.

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