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President Donald Trump stunned into silence as Kanye West launches into 10-minute rant on visit to the White House

Daily Record Thursday, 11 October 2018
President Donald Trump stunned into silence as Kanye West launches into 10-minute rant on visit to the White HouseWest talked about the economy, "stop and frisk", North Korea, China, women and spreading love through the country
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News video: Kanye West Makes Controversial White House Visit, Goes On 10-Minute Rant

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"That was quite something, that was quite something," President Donald Trump said at the end of Kanye West's profanity-infused soliloquy.

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