'Saturday Night Live' mocks President Trump's weird meeting with Kanye West

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"It is so rare that you can see black people and white supremacists betrayed in the exact same moment".

The comedian called the rapper "my brother" but said he "shouldn't say all that sh*t" backing the President - and that was before Kanye's latest rant-filled visit to the White House.

Clearly, the writers at SNL did not take their Oval Office shoutout from West to heart and will likely continue to mock both President Trump and West for years to come. "I'm proud of Kanye for at least taking a first step in opening the dialogue". I just trust him as a person of intent. "He allowed me to be invited to his territory, he treated us beautifully, and he shared some thoughts, and he will be open to talking when I get back to him". But yeah, he shouldn't say all that s**t'.

"I don't know whether Kanye means much, but I do think that Trump does have potential to appeal to working-class black men that few Republicans do", added Rich Lowry, editor of the conservative National Review. And - and he's not inconsistent with what he's saying'.

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"Don't you have better things to do?"

Van Jones asked Dave Chappelle about how he said that he wanted to give President Trump a chance following the 2016 election.

He also explained how he felt like "Superman" when he put on his red baseball cap emblazoned with Trump's Make America Great Again (MAGA) campaign motto. 'I don't know if you've been married before or had a girlfriend and said something in a fight that was so wrong.

"I'll just say it like this: there is no way on God's Earth I would go meet with Donald Trump", Ice-T said flatly. Trump prepared by clearing his desk of any valuables. Du Bois Medal from the Hutchins Center for African and African American Research for his contribution to black culture.