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West will have lunch with the President at the White House and meet with Kushner, according to White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders.

This will be the second time that Trump and West have met (that we know of).

The meeting with Kushner is expected to focus on criminal-justice issues, which fall under his purview as a senior adviser to the president. He also plans on lobbying Trump to bring more manufacturing jobs to his native Chicago, and reduce gang violence.

West, 41, has deleted his social media accounts following a string of controversial stunts including wearing a Make America Great Again cap during an appearance on Saturday Night Live.

West's wife Kim Kardashian West went to the White House in May to meet with President Trump, asking him to pardon a woman who was serving a life sentence for drug conspiracy and money laundering.

The White House visit is not a first for the West family by any means.

The meeting will not be West's first with the President, as the two came face-to-face in a much-publicized meeting in Trump Tower in 2016 during the presidential transition.

"I am American, and I support and give my ideas and support and brilliance to whoever ends up in office", West said, reported Breitbart. West donned a red "Make America Great Again" hat for much of his time as the musical guest on the September 29 season premiere. Because at that point, if I'm afraid to be me, I'm no longer Ye.

"They bullied me backstage". "You know how wrong about politics you need to be for like me to notice?"

West's speech was eviscerated by SNL's Pete Davidson who called it "one of the worst, most awkward things I've ever seen here", and mocked Kanye's mental health.

In an apparent reference to Trump, Yeezy said: "If someone inspires me and I connect with them, I don't have to believe in all their policies".

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