Kanye West gives a 10 monologue at the White Oval Office during his visit with President Donald Trump and NFL legend Jim Brown.
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About six weeks after Kanye West made Pro-Trump comments on "Saturday Night Live "and at the Oval Office, his wife, reality star Kim Kardashian says the rapper is more attracted to the president's bold personality than to politics.

In fact, she says Shost is "very non-political, in fact, he just loves the personality of Donald Trump but not Knows About politics, "and added," He'll always say he was friendly with Trump first, and he's the same person and friendly with him now. "

"I know it's very confusing, because when you see someone wearing a red hat, you think they support it," she said in a conversation with CNN analyst Van Goghons at the top of the criminal reform sponsored by Variety and Rolling Stone. , "But he simply fights for free thought and the freedom to love a person, even if it is not the popular decision."

"Sun" and "The White House," she says, "often" were handled wrongly, and stem from her husband's inability to publicly express political and social ideas, as he does in private, a month-long podcast observation with Johns.

When Jones suggested that Kardashian West tried to be a "Kenyan translator," in a certain sense, the star hastened to "keep in touch with the cardinals" to agree: "He needs a translator, real.

"I'm around him all the time, so I know what he's talking about at home." The problem, she explained, was rising in public. "I'm like," Wait, you just said the opposite of what you saw there. ""

But Kardashian West does not like to woo her husband in public.

"After he went to the White House or spoke openly, I could easily be on social media and corrected him," she said. "But I believe people have their own journeys, and I know his heart, so I know that someday what he is trying to say will come out … It took a while so I jump and help him, but I only know his heart so I never really emphasize too much. "

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All in all, she said, "I think my husband fought – and again, he did not call the best to explain it – but what he fights for is the right to love what he wants to love, even if it's different from what you love," said Kardashian West, In clarifying the rapper's intention "I love it." "He never said," Okay, I know what's going on with Aliyah, and I know it and I know it. "If he really knew, he would feel very compassionate about it.

And this is West's devotion to the personal personality his wife adores.

"The more I disagree with something, the more I respect myself is always who he is, no matter if it's popular, no matter if it's the coolest thing to do, he's always himself," she replied when asked why she loved him.

"I can, from the inside, only want to be his translator all the time," she continued, "but I respect that he has his way, and he is his person, and he has his own opinions."

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