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Tucker Carlson and others gave glowing coverage to a rapper's visit to the White House. It wasn't always this way.

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Read the entirety of Kanye West’s uninterrupted Oval Office monologue, annotated

The rapper wanted to meet with President Trump to talk prison reform, gang violence and Chicago.

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Kanye West's rants about the 13th Amendment and slavery have left a lot of people confused.

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The rapper held forth with profanity, inanity and a profession of love for President Trump, who said West could be a future presidential candidate.

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If the president wanted to signal his fondness for a period before #BlackLivesMatter, he couldn't have picked a better meal.

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The celebrification of our politics should leave us “So Appalled.”

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The rapper wanted to meet with President Trump to talk prison reform, gang violence and Chicago.

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In a rambling monologue, the rapper pitched educational centers that would bear his other moniker, Yeezy.

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After spending the day at the White House, the rapper delivered a “keynote” from atop a table.

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The 1970 White House meeting was certainly one of the most absurd and ironic encounters in American history.

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President Donald Trump Donald has welcomed Kanye West to the White House, and says the rapper “has been a friend for a long time.”

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The idea that the rapper is some kind of ambassador to the African American community is laughable.

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If you're missing "male energy" in your life, the president is the last person you should take as a role model.

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