"He doesn't stop. He doesn't listen to anyone but himself".
He also explained how he felt like "Superman" when he put on his red baseball cap emblazoned with Trump's Make America Great Again (MAGA) campaign motto. "Who does he remind me of?"
"I thought it was another episode of the Kardashians featuring Donald Trump". "It's VERY likely that Donald Trump will be re-elected for a second term". "I made a sketch about how insane it was that he interrupted speeches, and then two years later he was at an awards show and thought, 'I'm gonna do it again.' So, when people say you're surprised Kanye supports Trump, I say 'nah'".More news: IMF Chief Economist: Pakistan has not approached IMF
"Literally no other black celebrity has gone to the White House with a level head to try and represent for us". Really?! Don't you have better things to do?
Baldwin as Trump welcomed West to the office, thanking him for giving him a pair of his sneakers ("They're flawless for me because they're white, they're wide and they're never going to be worth as much as you say they are", Baldwin's Trump said) and allowing him to make "one or two brief, lucid remarks".
"I've got an wonderful lunch to get to, but first I'm sure that Kanye wants to make one or two brief, lucid remarks", Baldwin said. "His first name is Kid".
The sketch is just about as absurd as the actual event, which also featured football legend Jim Brown (played by Kenan Thompson), and left most of us even more confused than we were before the meeting.
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.