Alec Baldwin Embraces His 'Black Trump' In Crazed 'SNL' Meeting With 'Kanye'

Dave Chappelle regrets saying Trump deserves a chance

Dave Chappelle regrets saying Trump deserves a chance

Alec Baldwin made his triumphant return to Saturday Night Live to skewer Kanye West's recent Oval Office meeting with President Donald Trump.

While Kenan Thompson's Jim Brown marvels at how he's got more sense after playing football for years wearing a leather helmet, Trump comes to sees the bright side of having Yeezy as a bestie: "This guy makes Kavanaugh look calm and collected".

Kanye captioned his vid "Mind control", and started off by railing at social media and discussing how he's hurt by people trying to tell him what to do.

Trump introduces West, saying it is "in no way a publicity stunt", as West says "I flew here using the power of this hat", referring to the iconic red Make America Great Again hat. "They're trying to control my mind and when someone tells me what to do and what I can wear and I can't wear I feel like they are touching my brain". "Oh my Lord! What have I gotten myself into?" he says in an internal monologue. "This guy might be coocoo", Trump thinks.

South African apartheid-era foreign minister Pik Botha dies
Pik Botha then served as minister of mineral and energy affairs under Mr Mandela from 1994 to 1996, when he retired from politics. The reduction in regional tensions was followed by the 1990 release of Mandela, who had spent 27 years in apartheid prisons.

There's more - a lot more - including Kanye declaring "I am the best living recording artist", boasting about his IQ and assuring us all he's not insane. he just needs some sleep.

However, as Trump listened to West's diatribe, he got increasingly concerned that the rapper may be a little unhinged, and eventually came to a shocking conclusion: "Oh my god, he's black me!"

Kanye's live fever dream continues as he talks about a new Air Force One design modeled after Wonder Woman's Invisible Jet before going in for a hug with Trump. "We have a lot more in common than people know".

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