Does Donald Trump Listen to Kanye West's Music? Here's What We Know

Eloise Marshall
October 15, 2018

Does Donald Trump listen to Kanye West's music?

"He doesn't stop. He doesn't listen to anyone but himself".

Shout out to Chris Redd, relatively new SNL cast-member who perfectly nailed Kanye West's MAGA hat-wearing, wide-eyed, totally erratic behavior.

West followed that with borrowing lines from Trump himself, saying he is a "stable genius" and "has a big brain and the best words". That being said, we hope the rapper gets well* soon.

Another line from the Trump character: "Black people love me way more than Alec Baldwin".

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The NBC variety show opened Saturday night's episode by tackling President Trump's meeting with West and football legend Jim Brown, who was played by Kenan Thompson, earlier this week. "We have a lot more in common than people know".

"Literally no other black celebrity has gone to the White House with a level head to try and represent for us". And I don't see any use in it. Trump will take advantage of you. "We're both arrogant, we're both geniuses, we're both married to attractive women and we've both definitely been recorded saying the N-word".

Newsweek notes that Donald Trump's predecessor, Barack Obama, "made no secret of his love for hip-hop while in the White House". "It was nearly a relief to hear someone as reasonable as Kid Rock was in the White House". You made a Superman. "His first name is Kid".

It didn't take long into the 44th season of Saturday Night Live for the writers to go back to the Oval Office to recycle their comedic potshots at President Trump.

SNL may have been criticized for giving 'Ye a platform to rant two weeks ago, but clearly, he's not untouchable because this week it mercilessly pounced on him from all sides.

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