President Trump and Kanye West could be paired for more than just a visit to the White House, said the CEO.
Trump says he "could see" himself by campaigning with the rapper.
"Well, I could see it, I could see it," the president said on "Fox & Friends" on Thursday morning.
West dines with Thursday's trump and is expected to remain for a closed-door signature of legislation that changes the way music is licensed to streaming services.
President Trump and Kanye West could make a couple for more than just a visit to the White House. Trump says he "could see" himself by campaigning with the rapper who came to see him at the Trump Tower in New York after his election and on Thursday he will come and talk to him
THIS GUY: Trump credited Kanye West with his own increase in support among African-Americans
Arrival: Jim Brown, the NFL Hall of Fame who is part of the lunch with Kanye, refused to answer questions when he arrived at the Cas to Bianca
Lunch with the president: Jim Brown, the bank of the Hall of Fame, will have lunch in the private dining room Oval Office with Trump, Kanye, Jared Kushner and Ivanka
Trump said they will discuss prison reform when they meet, picking up where West's president and wife Kim Kardashian West left their conversation in the White House.
"You know what he wants, he's not asking for anything for himself," the president said. "He's a private boy, and he wants to help people, and I think, perhaps most, more than anything else, is prison reform because his wife was fantastic, Kim. Ms. [Alice] Johnson. "
Kanye West has been struck by extreme criticism for his support for Trump, a Republican. It is depicted in a hat "Make America Great Again"
Trump attributed to Kanye West the merit of his rise in African-American support.
"He has a large following in the African American community," said the president.  He greeted West as a "smart boy" on Tuesday and said that the artist "loves" what this administration is doing for African-Americans.
"He was an exceptional boy, he loves what we are doing for African-American jobs, for many different things, median incomes are at their best, poverty level at top speed, which is the lowest rate. Kanye is a smart guy and he sees it, "the president told DailyMail.com.
The rapper is coming to visit the White House on Thursday. He will have lunch with Trump and will meet Jared Kushner.
& # 39; And also to come with him. He said, "Do you mind if I bring Jim Brown?" Big Jim Brown. Boy, he would make a lot of money today, right? He was unstoppable. And he was a friend of mine. He really was with us because he understands it, he really understands it, "said Trump.
Brown is a former Cleveland Browns who runs back, which is a Football Hall of Famer.
" He sees that African American and By the way, Hispanics and Asians have never done better in this country, and they like it, "said the president of West.
The White House declared that lunch with" the award-winning rapper, producer and stylist Kanye West "will be held in the private dining room of the oval office.
" The discussion will focus on the historic work of President Trump for the benefit of all Americans such as urban revitalization, the creation of Zone Opportunities, new training programs of the workforce, historical highs in African-American employment, job creation, ideas from its meeting with African-American shepherds, potential future ingenue and dealing with the huge wave of violent crime in Chicago, "he said In a note, the vice press secretary Hogan Gidley.
In the months leading up to Trump's arrival, West came to congratulate him on his victory at the Trump Tower in New York.
LUNCH WITH KANYE
Caprese salad with balsamic Glaze
Roast chicken with Fingerling potatoes and sawn asparagus
Source: The White House
The visit to the White House of a man is a & # 39; marketing opportunity of another man: local tourist guide Don Folden said he wanted to show Kanye the African-American heritage of the capital
wife of West, the reality show TV ar Kim Kardashian West, has since visited the White House to meet with Trump and Kushner to discuss prison reform and push for clemency for a new drug crime.
Their May meeting led the president to grant clemency to Alice Marie Johnson, who Kardashian West had become a prominent supporter after reading about her case online.
Kardashian visited the White House in September for the second time. It is not known that he spoke to the president during that trip. He participated in a group of prison reforms with Kushner and the daughter of the president, who is also the senior consultant of the White House, Ivanka Trump.
West, age 41, deleted his social media accounts after a series of controversial stunts including wearing a Make America Great Again cap during a Saturday Night Live appearance.
He was also whistled as he made a pro-Trump talk when the cameras stopped turning on the September night show.
The unplanned outburst led to Pete Davidson, the finance of Ariana Grande and a cast of SNL, to publicly beat West.
During last Saturday's show he said, "Kanye is a genius, but a musical genius, like Joey Chestnut is a genius who eats hot dogs, but I do not want to hear Joey Chestnut's opinion about things that do not are related to the hot dog.
"I know that Kanye is saying, this is the real me. I'm out of the medicines. Take them! There is no shame in the game of medicine. They are on them. There is nothing wrong with taking them.
"If I ever get on a plane and the pilot says," I just want you to know, this is the real flight, "I jumped in. Being mentally ill is no excuse to behave like a fool."
Kenan Thompson, another of the long-standing SNL comics, also challenged the politically charged diatribe.
Kim Kardashian West, visited the White A May meeting with Trump and Kushner to discuss prison reform
Speaking to Seth Meyers podcast, he said: "It was simple, he's a setup artist, he invited the cast again to reveal them immediately.
& # 39; How strange, let me be the kind of puppeteer is that? I'm so happy to have gone to my room to change.
Thompson remarked, "It's just supporting your personal opinion so heavy on others.
"Everyone's opinion should be ready for debate, you're publishing it here as what your word says, and this is not right."
Kanye West canceled social media accounts "because was obsessed "
Kanye West canceled his accounts after realizing that social media was doing more harm than good.
The Grammy winner, 41, "came to the point where he realized that his invectives were becoming unhealthy," which is "because he canceled his account" on Monday.
The explicit artist got rid of both Twitter and Instagram on Friday, as he monopolized his time and affected his well-being, the source said.
"When you enter these Twitter installments, it's very difficult to stop," the source said. "It's like an obsession and actually affects his life, he knows it's not healthy, so he wants to take things down notch."
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The wife of the singer "Runaway" Kim Kardashian, with whom she shares three children with – daughter North, five, son Saint, two, and Chicago daughter, eight months – & # 39; agreed that it was now & # 39; that would take a moratorium from social media amid a great deal of controversy, as & # 39; she j now wants to focus on her family for a while.
Kanye & # 39; he can also focus better on his music and be creative when he avoids social media, "the source said.
After more than a year off Twitter, West began tweeting again last April, raising eyebrows especially for saying that the 13th amendment – banishing slavery – should be abolished, as well as the statement with strong support of President Donald Trump.
After delivering a speech claiming the greatness of the "apprentice" host while closing Saturday Night Live last month, Pete Davidson's cast called "one of the worst, most embarrassing things "which he saw during his time in the variety.
Davidson also canceled the statements West made sure he was ordered not to wear the Make America Great Again hat made famous by the commander in chief.
"He wore it all week – no one told him not to wear it," Davidson said. "I wish I had mistreated him, I would have suggested he could upset people, like your wife, or every black person."