Kanye West has finally answered Jimmy Kimmel's exploratory question on Donald Trump – and that only lasted 20 days.
On August 9, West appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" for a far-reaching interview that covered everything from Galileo to his new album.
But there was a question that Kimmel asked West never answered.
"You said so famously and so forcefully, George Bush does not care about black people," Kimmel said, referring to comments made by West in 2005 in favor of hurricane Katrina aid. "I wonder why Donald Trump or anyone else thinks? West stopped for four seconds and seemed unable to find any words as Kimmel went to a commercial. Although the talkmaster had promised to return to the question, he never did.
Kimmel told the Daily Beast last week that he did not go west after the break because he felt West's silence. He added, "I also know that if Kanye wanted to continue with a topic, then he does not hesitate to pursue this topic further. West
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"I feel that [Trump] cares about how blacks feel about him, and he wants black people to like him as they did when he was in West said the president was "doing the necessary things" to get African-American support "because he's an ego like everyone else."  of us and he wants to be the biggest president, and he knows that he can not be the biggest president without the acceptance of the black community.
In the interview, West also apologized for comments he made to TMZ in May on how slavery "sounds like a choice":
"I do not know if I apologized properly for it how the comments of slavery have pleased people. I am sorry that the MAGA hat is working in slave commentary one-two, and I'm sorry for people who felt disappointed by that moment. And I appreciate that you give me the opportunity to talk to you about what I thought and what I went through.
The full interview can be seen in this Facebook link: