‘Saturday Night Live’ takes on Trump-Kanye meeting

Danny Woods
October 16, 2018

Kanye West has met with Uganda's president during a visit to the east African nation and given the 74-year-old leader a pair of white sneakers.

A statement from State House noted that the American couple discussed with Mr Museveni issues related to investment potential in Uganda and Africa in general, especially in the areas of tourism, among other vast areas of interest.

The Prez went on.

Unless you've been living under a rock recently, you'll know that Kanye West has come in for a lot of criticism from both celebrities and non-famous folk after making his support for President Trump publicly known. Enjoy your time in Uganda. "It is the true Pearl of Africa", he said.

The October 12 episode's cold open sketch recreated the sit-down between West and Trump, along with National Football League legend Jim Brown.

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He said that the late Fela had seen Nigeria's problems, as he gave warning and proffered solutions to such problems in his music before his death.

Just last week, Pete Davidson shared his two cents on Kanye West's unceremonious pro-Trump speech and called it "one of the worst things" he's ever witnessed at Studio 8H.

Meanwhile, Kanye West has showed love for Uganda as he recorded several live videos on Twitter with one of them showing him holding the Ugandan flag. The artist was given a new name by Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni.

"This guy might be coocoo", Trump thinks. Once the embattled rap star started arguing for the abolition of the 13th Amendment to stop the Unibomber and trap doors, though, NotTrump started recognizing how freaky this self-proclaimed "very stable genius" sounded. and how much it mirrored his own unusual public commentaries. His impression is both amusing and gut-wrenching in that it reminds us that Baldwin's impersonation isn't too far from the truth and this man is really running our country.

Finally, Trump makes sense of West.

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