Kanye West Complains Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Slogan Made Him Feel Less Manly
Kanye West thinks Hillary Clinton‘s 2016 campaign slogan doesn’t exactly make him feel like a manly man.
Trump’s ‘Make America Great Again’ slogan, on the other hand, he claimed, makes him feel like a testosterone sufficient superhero who would play catch with his son.
The artist who recently Twitter-declared he wishes to be known as ‘Ye’ made his comments while in the Oval Office where he met with President Donald Trump to discuss gang violence and prison reform on Thursday.
Yet, not one to waste an opportunity to fire off an impromptu soliloquy (who can forget West’s unaired pro-Trump rant on the season opener of SNL), the hip hop star also used the time to get some things off his chest about Hillary Clinton, his mental illness and apparently his political ambitions.
While wearing his MAGA hat inside the Oval Office, Kanye first said he loves Hillary Clinton because “I love everyone, right?”
Then he said this about her campaign slogan, claiming it made him feel less like a man:
“The campaign ‘I’m with her’ just didn’t make me feel as a guy, that didn’t get to see my dad all the time, like a guy that could play catch with his son. There was something about putting this hat on that made me feel like Superman.”
By the way, the MAGA hat wearing manly superhero musician recently fled from Instagram and Twitter after he was criticized for his pro-Trump rant on SNL.
The guy Trump listened to in the Oval Office on Thursday also recently suggested abolishing the constitutional amendment that ended slavery.
Watch above, via CNN.
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