Kanye says Trump lied about me and walks out of interview

Kanye West began another interview Monday, only to walk away 20 minutes later.

Before he got out Timcast IRL, West agreed to “get straight to the bottom of this anti-Semitic allegation,” shot Donald Trump after their dinner together and made vague but strong claims that authorities are working to jail him, possibly on tax evasion charges. He was flanked by Milo Yiannopoulos, whose past is rife with hate speech, and white nationalist Nick Fuentes, whose face-to-face presence at the Mar-a-Lago sent Trump’s team into damage control.

At 5:30 p.m. above, Ye brought up former Vice President Mike Pence, who said Trump was “wrong to give a seat at the table to a white nationalist, an anti-Semite, and a Holocaust denier, and I think he should apologize for that.” .

“Look at Pence,” West said. “He sold Trump. You know what I mean? I would never have wanted to do anything that would have hurt Trump. I’m on Trump’s side. Trump has said things that hurt me. He lied about me, but I mean he’s known for lying. And when people told me he was a liar, it was like going into the trenches for Trump. There was no one in my position who wore that hat.”

After dinner, Trump called West “a seriously troubled man” online. “I told him not to run for office, a total waste of time, he can’t win,” wrote the twice-indicted ex-POTUS on truth social. (In a video summarizing the meeting, West said Trump belittled Kim Kardashian and “basically started yelling at me at the table and telling me I was losing.”)

“I think what troubled Trump the most was that I asked him to be my vice president,” Ye said in the video released Thursday. “I think that was like further down the list of things that caught him off guard.”

“I lost the free speech money, and that makes me the only American we know who really deserves to run the country,” West said on the podcast. “Because everybody else, your boy DeSantis, Trump, whoever’s raising them in a petri dish over on the Democrat side, they’re gonna play the game.”

Continuing his campaign of disinformation and anti-Jewish sentiment, West said at 7:50 p.m., “God is using me. He dissects me, removes all the, you know, “richest person,” all of that so I can serve him. And the more these things are taken away from me, the more I can be empty and be a vessel and be able to be used. And right now it’s like… if we can’t, you won’t take my pain, right? Jews say, ‘It’s the Holocaust, that happened, and you can’t say anything about it.’ We can’t take away their pain. Nobody will denounce the fact that they tried to imprison me! ‘Cause every time I just keep up, I thought I was Malcolm X, but I find out I’m more like MLK. Because since I’m being hosed down by the press and financially every day, I just stand there. And when I found out they were trying to put me in jail, it was like a dog biting my arm and I almost shed a tear. Nearly. But I walked through them anyway.”

Host Tim Pool replied: “I think they were extremely unfair to you.”

Ye pushed back, “Who is ‘she’ then? We can’t tell who “they” are, can we?”

After a few more lines were exchanged – including Fuentes who started with “It’s you, isn’t it?” He previously warned: “I feel like coming in here when you defend is a preparation. I’m not going to go through any further like literally letting the F go off the show if I have to sit up here and talk about it, ‘You can’t say it was Jews that did it.’ If any sane person knows that – I mean, Jon Stewart knows what happened to me. And they took it too far.”

This story will be updated.

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