Kanye West defends his support for Trump: 'Liberals can't bully me'

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Kanye West defends his support for Trump: 'Liberals can't bully me'

Donald Trump and Kanye West talk in the lobby of Trump Tower Dec. 13, 2016.

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"It's not that I hate being bipolar".

One person took aim at Kimmel for "lecturing Kanye West about how a black man should feel". It doesn't do the opposite thing. "And what it represented to me is not about policies - because I'm not a politician like that". Especially with me being black. "I'd get kicked out of the black community because blacks, we are supposed to have a monolithic thought, we can only be Democrats and all".

"We never approached taking medication".

Kanye West stopped by "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Thursday night and the conversation ranged from President Donald Trump to West's TMZ interview where he said slavery was a "choice". He spoke out during A Concert for Hurricane Relief, a benefit following Hurricane Katrina.

West was lost for words - so much so that Kimmel was forced to take a break to give him time to answer.

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Kardashian recently met with Trump to ask the USA leader to pardon Alice Marie Johnson, who had been serving a life sentence for a first-time, non-violent drug offence.

West: "She's super passionate about it and it was fantastic to see that dream come true". Finally, the late night show host changed the topic and went on a break, dropping the subject. To which Kanye responded: "well, he is a player".

"It represented overcoming fear and saying, 'You can't bully me.' Liberals can't bully me".

The hip-hop star has previously called Trump "my brother" and said they shared the same "dragon energy".

"If I can't be me, I can't be Ye and I quite enjoy when people are mad at me about certain things", he said. "That's what makes Ye". Trump commuted Johnson's sentence in June after Kardashian West pleaded her case. "What was awesome (about the TMZ interview) is the world got to really experience someone in a ramped-up state".

West said, "When I see people just even like go at the president, it's like, why not try love?" West who was much more chill than usual, was stumped when Kimmel posed a question about his Presidential support.

West: "I'm into designing". "Blacked is my favorite category". "You know, I fucked up and went a different direction and realized I fucked up pretty soon".

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