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Donald Trump Calls Kanye West A ‘Seriously Troubled Man’ Amid Backlash Over Mar-A-Lago Dinner

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Donald Trump is defending his controversial meeting with Kanye West. In case you missed it, the 45-year-old rapper traveled to Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Resort in Florida earlier this week with Nick Fuentes – a right-wing political activist known for spewing his white supremacist and antisemitic views.

Their meeting instantly sparked backlash, with Deputy White House Press Secretary Andrew Bates slamming the dinner: President Joe Biden even quipped when asked about the dinner: In response to the criticism, the 76-year-old denied knowing Fuentes prior to the meeting in a statement to CBS News: Related: Kim Is ‘Disgusted’ That Ye Allegedly Showed Explicit Pics Of Her To Employees Then, in a bizarre presidential campaign video posted after the dinner, Kanye – who has come under fire for his antisemitic comments – mentioned the controversial get-together with the businessman and Nick, saying Trump was “really impressed with Nick Fuentes.” The Yeezy designer also said things got heated between them when he suggested that the former president should be his running mate in the forthcoming election, and Trump made a degrading comment about his ex-wife Kim Kardashian: However, Trump initially downplayed the interaction in a post on Truth Social.

He said, per CNN: But now as Trump continues to face backlash over the meeting, he blasted Ye as “a seriously troubled man” in a fiery message on Saturday night on his social media platform, writing: He continued: Hmm… So this latest statement slightly contradicts his previous one in which he claimed he knew none of the Stronger artist’s guests.

According to NBC, sources claimed one of the guests had been Karen Giorno, who was the Trump campaign’s Florida director in 2016, and he knew her

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