Trump thanks Kanye West for ‘nice words’ as bromance reignites in new year
“Thank you to Kanye West for your nice words,” Trump wrote in his favorite microblog on Saturday.
Thank you to Kanye West for your nice words. Criminal Justice Reform is now law - passed in a very bipartisan way!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 5, 2019
n the same tweet, the president expressed his satisfaction over the unity shown by both Republicans and Democrats in supporting the Criminal Justice Reform. Trump signed its First Step Act into law in late December.
The US leader was apparently grateful to West for a series of passionate posts he made on New Year’s Day. “Trump all day,” he wrote to his 29 million followers, adding: “just so in 2019 you know where I stand.” During his tweetstorm, the rapper also vowed to only perform in his ‘Make America Great Again’ hat and said the fact that the vast majority of black voters were Democrats sounded “like control” to him.
Trump all day— ye (@kanyewest) January 1, 2019
Just so in 2019 you know where I stand— ye (@kanyewest) January 1, 2019
Kanye’s missus, Kim Kardashian, also expressed her gratitude to Trump for moving forward with the Criminal Justice Reform earlier this week.
Just got word that Matthew Charles will be coming home within 24 hours. Thank you @realDonaldTrump for signing the 1st step act. This is what true bipartisanship can accomplish. https://t.co/9EnwDSksfw— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) January 3, 2019
Kanye publicly praised the reform when he met Trump in the White House in October. The rapper called Trump his “hero,” dropped an F-bomb and delivered a 10-minute monologue about the president, racism and the media. He faced massive backlash from the liberals for that visit and was branded “mentally ill,”“crazy” and “illiterate” with “clinical issues.”Also on rt.com ‘Trump all day’: Kanye West reaffirms love of Donald Trump in first 2019 tweets
A few weeks later, West suddenly stated that he was done with politics for good and wanted to concentrate on his music. “I’ve been used to spread messages I don’t believe in,” he wrote on Twitter, denying claims that he helped design the logo for the ‘Blexit’ movement, which is pushing for African-Americans to leave the Democratic Party. Turns out, Kanye was only taking a break until the end of the year.
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