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American rapper and producer Kanye West hugs real estate developer and US President Donald Trump in the Oval Office of the White House, Washington DC, October 11, 2018.
Trump dined with white supremacists Nick Fuentes and Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, in Mar-a-Lago.
In a statement to Axios, Trump denied knowing who Fuentes was or what his views were.
Fuentes is known to hold racist, anti-Semitic and other bigoted views.
Former President Donald Trump received notorious white supremacist and Holocaust denier Nick Fuentes at his resort town of Mar-a-Lago on Tuesday, multiple media outlets reported on Friday.
Kanye West, now known as Ye, brought Fuentes as his guest to the former president's Florida mansion, where Ye said he was discussing a collaboration for the 2024 presidential ticket.
“Kanye West was dying to visit Mar-a-Lago. Our dinner was supposed to be just for Kanye and I, but he arrived with a guest I had never met and knew nothing about," Trump said in a statement to Axios. The meeting was confirmed by Politico and the New York Times.
In a post on Truth Social, the social media platform Trump launched last year, the former president said Ye "arrived unexpectedly" at a planned dinner with three of his friends "whom I didn't know about." The ex-president, who announced his 2024 presidential candidacy earlier this month, said nothing in his statement dismissing Fuentes' views.
The other attendee was Karen Giorno, Trump's Florida state director in 2016, who also confirmed Fuentes' presence, the New York Times reported.
A spokesperson for Trump did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.
Axios, citing an unnamed source, reported that Trump seemed impressed with Fuentes. At one point during their visit, Trump told Ye, "I really like this guy. He understands me," the source told Axios.
Fuentes is known to hold racist, anti-Semitic and other bigoted views. The 24-year-old activist attended the 2017 white supremacist Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, where a neo-Nazi killed a counter-protester and injured 35 others. The Justice Department has labeled Fuentes a "white supremacist" and the Anti-Defamation League, a civil rights group, has described him as a "renowned expert and organizer of white supremacists."
Trump was widely criticized in 2017 for claiming that there were "very good people" among white nationalist protesters in Charlottesville. He was also convicted for failing to turn down an endorsement from David Duke, a prominent white nationalist and former Ku Klux Klan Grand Wizard, in 2016. During a 2020 presidential debate against Joe Biden, Trump told the far-right Proud Boys to "stand back and stand by" if asked to denounce them.
As of Friday afternoon, Fuentes has not addressed the visit to Mar-a-Lago on any of the social platforms that continue to host him.
Ye, who has announced he will run for president in 2024, on Thursday tweeted a video titled "Mar-a-Lago debriefing" in which he speaks with Milo Yiannopoulos, a disgraced "alt-right" activist , who is apparently now working on his campaign. Ye said Trump was troubled and surprised by Ye's suggestion that Trump sign up as Yes's running mate, but that he was "really impressed" with Fuentes.
"Unlike so many lawyers and so many people who stuck with him in his 2020 campaign, he's actually a loyalist," Ye said of Fuentes' support for Trump.
Ye, who has yet to submit the necessary paperwork to become a presidential candidate, was until recently banned from using Twitter after making several anti-Semitic statements, including saying that he would "bring death to JEWISH PEOPLE." Ye has also lost many of its business partnerships, and Adidas is investigating allegations that Ye behaved inappropriately towards employees during their Yeezy partnership.
Yiannopoulos resigned from conservative media site Breitbart in 2017 after making comments that appeared to endorse pedophilia. He has made a host of other harmful statements, including calling Islam and feminism a "cancer" and calling himself an "ex-gay".
Reports of the meeting between Trump, Ye and Fuentes surfaced on Wednesday as Ye and Fuentes walked through an airport together. Politico and The Daily Beast reported that Fuentes and Ye were spotted together in Mar-a-Lago.
This isn't the first time a prominent Republican has met with Fuentes and later claimed ignorance of his bigoted and dangerous views. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, a far-right Georgia Republican, spoke at an event organized by Fuentes in February and later told reporters she did not know Fuentes and was unfamiliar with his views.
Greene also hired Yiannopoulos as an intern at her convention bureau earlier this year.
This story has been updated.
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