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Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago dinner with Kanye West and white nationalist Nick Fuentes was staged to make his life "miserable," according to Milo Yiannopoulos, who said he was the "architect" of the gathering.
Yiannopoulos, a far-right former Breitbart editor, told NBC News he wanted to remind the former president of the kind of people who really support him.
"I wanted to show Trump the kind of talent he eludes by allowing his terrible bosses to dictate who he can and can't hang out with," Yiannopoulos told NBC News, referring to the controversy-plagued rapper, which now goes from Ye and the Holocaust denier.
He added:
"I also wanted to send a message to Trump that he has systematically neglected, ignored, abused the people who love him most, the people who put him in office, over and over again, and that kind of behavior is coming back, um biting one at the end.”
Yiannopoulos also said he knew news about the dinner would leak and that Trump would botch the inevitable consequences. And that's essentially what happened.
Trump responded to the outcry by distancing himself from Fuentes, saying he only invited Ye to dinner, but the rapper "arrived with a guest I never met and knew nothing about."
Fuentes responded by saying that the former president's "true loyalists" were frustrated with him. "The chickens come home to settle," he told NBC News.
White nationalist Trump reportedly said over dinner that the former president "was better when he was fiery and off the cuff."
Trump has since made three consecutive statements to Truth Social, in which he admitted Fuentes had dinner with him but insisted he had no idea about the Holocaust denier's past.
The meeting became easy fodder for comedians like Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Kimmel, and Trump also drew criticism from members of his own party, including his former Vice President Mike Pence, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, and Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah ).
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