Donna Brazile Slams Kanye West For Repeating 'Bad Stereotypes About Black People'

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"I was embarrassed. Kanye needs help", she said.

SNL's spoof of the rapper comes a week after Pete Davidson criticised West's pro-Trump rant following the first show of the season September 29, where the rapper served as musical guest. Like most of IRL West's rants, it's not very amusing.

"He doesn't stop", Trump thinks to himself. The same applies to West's chaotic Saturday Night Live performance a couple of weeks ago, where he launched into another confused diatribe about being bullied backstage, supporting Trump, running for president in 2020 and the damn MAGA hat/Superman stuff again.

"We're going to be digging bodies out of the ground", he continued.

Prior to the three meeting privately over lunch, the president allowed the press to ask a few questions.

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'He doesn't listen to anybody but himself. For me, I'd have to say it's a toss-up between Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, and Elton John. The rapper recently made headlines for "trading lyrics with fellow-rapper T.I., who takes him to task over his support of Donald Trump", the BBC reports.

He continues: "I feel like when people tell me what to do, I feel like they're touching my brain".

Another line from the Trump character: "Black people love me way more than Alec Baldwin". "Oh my Lord! What have I gotten myself into?" he says in an internal monologue.

"You could tell a lot by how much each of them prepared for the meeting: Kanye prepared by learning every fact of the world backwards, while Trump prepared by clearing his desk of any valuables", Jost added. "We're both arrogant, we're both geniuses, we're both married to lovely women and we've both definitely been recorded saying the N-word".

Ice-T spoke to TMZ reporters about Kanye West's explosive White House visit this week, assuring fans that he would never pull a stunt like that one.

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