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Rapper Kanye West, now known as Ye, speaks during a meeting with then-President Donald Trump in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington D.C. on October 11, 2018.
Trump recently hosted Kanye West for dinner with white supremacist Nick Fuentes in Mar-a-Lago.
While defending the dinner, Trump said the rapper is "a seriously concerned man who happens to be black."
West claimed Trump yelled at him over dinner about the rapper's ambitions to run for president in 2024.
Former President Trump described Ye, the rapper formerly known as Kanye West, as "a seriously concerned man who happens to be black" as he defended hosting him at a controversial dinner in Mar-a-Lago.
Ye brought Nick Fuentes, a notorious white supremacist and Holocaust denier, to the dinner, which sparked widespread controversy and condemnation. Trump has claimed he didn't know who Fuentes was before the meeting.
Trump claimed on Truth Social Saturday that Ye requested the meeting in Mar-a-Lago and gave the rapper much-needed "advice."
The former president said Ye was "decimated in his business and practically everything else," but noted that he's "always been good to me."
Numerous companies have severed ties with the rap star after he sparked controversy by making anti-Semitic comments and wearing a t-shirt that read "White Lives Matter" — a slogan widely used by white supremacists, according to the Anti-Defamation League is common.
Ye, who has proposed running for president in 2024, claimed Trump yelled at him over dinner and told him he would lose if he ran. The rapper said Trump was "disturbed" when he asked him to become his running mate.
Trump said in his statement that he told Ye not to run for office because it was "a total waste of time, can't win."
The former president recently announced his plans to run for president for a third time.
Ye previously ran for office in 2020 but his campaign ended after receiving just 70,000 votes, according to the BBC.
Trump also claimed Ye brought three people to dinner, two of whom he didn't know and one person he hadn't seen in years.
His latest statement slightly contradicts an earlier one in which he claimed he knew nothing about Yes's guests. Sources told NBC News that one of the guests was Karen Giorno, who was the Florida director of the Trump campaign in 2016, and someone Trump knew personally.
An anonymous longtime Trump aide told NBC News that the aftermath of the Mar-a-Lago dinner was a "fucking nightmare."
The White House, former GOP Gov. Chris Christie and Trump's former ambassador to Israel were among those who have criticized Trump for having dinner with Ye and Fuentes.
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