While Kanye West and Donald Trump’s meeting at Trump Tower yesterday seemed to baffle most people, Stephen Colbert thinks that he has a pretty good idea about what the two were chatting about.
During his Late Show opening monologue on Tuesday, Colbert said that the meeting united “the two most powerful American narcissists in the same room,” and even speculated that the meeting could result in a collaboration.
“I heard these two are going to drop an album together,” he joked. “It’s called The Deportation of Pablo.”
West has voiced his support of the president-elect at the the most recent concerts he gave before canceling the rest of his Saint Pablo tour and being hospitalized. The rapper took to his Twitter after a social media hiatus to tell followers that he and Trump discussed “multicultural issues” including “bullying, supporting teachers, modernizing curriculums, and violence in Chicago.”
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