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"I don't want to brag, but I really have a high IQ", Chris as Kanye said.

"Thank you all for joining us today for this important discussion".

"Oh my God! He's black me!" says Baldwin. He then went into a long speech about different dimensions and universes that quickly went off the rails. "This guy might be coocoo", Trump thinks. "I've been in rooms with Dennis Rodman and Kim Jong Un and they made a lot more sense than him". Trump, as portrayed by recurring guest star Alec Baldwin, realized in voice-over as Yeezy - a "Make America Great Again"-hatted Chris Redd - riffed on some of the president's more freaky past claims". "He doesn't listen to anyone but himself".

West also reminded the haters that not everything's what it seems: "Social media told you that people didn't like me, but everybody loves me. He's the black me!"

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"This could be good for me", he says in the voiceover. "Social media told you that people didn't like me but everybody loves me".

That's when "Kanye" declares himself a "stable genius" with a "big brain" and the "best words".

Comedian Dave Chappelle called President Trump's rhetoric "repugnant" in an interview on Saturday and said he represents a small amount of the American public.

West and Trump met Thursday (Oct. 11) inside the Oval Office with Trump seated behind the resolute desk and West, wearing the infamous red "Make America Great Again" hat with Jim Brown next to him. Eminem may have known that his fan base overlaps with Trump's supporters, or he may have caught on to the fact that his music "is more popular in parts of the U.S. that are disproportionately white".