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Kanye West thinks that US President Donald Trump should be flying around the world in a hydrogen powered 'iPlane'.
Yes, good morning, the year is still 2018 and I'm certain that there is nothing unusual and surprising about that opening line.
Kanye thinks that the President needs to get on to his boys down at Apple HQ and have them hook him up with one of their concept planes that they must be storing in a secret development base somewhere, despite Apple not actually... you know, making planes.
He revealed these daring aspirations for the POTUS during a meeting at the White House yesterday. He also gave a long and rambling speech (that doesn't sound like Kanye West) and spoke about how American manufacturing is of vital importance.
During his time there he took out his phone, accidentally revealed his passcode to everyone in the world - seriously guys, take care with stuff like that - and showed Trump the picture of the concept plane, which actually dates back to 2012.
He showed The Donald a picture and said: "I brought a GIF with me right here.
"This right here is the iPlane 1. It's a hydrogen-powered airplane, and this is what our President should be flying in. We're going to have Apple, an American company, work on this plane.
"What I need Saturday Night Live to improve on, or what I need the liberals to improve on, is [that] if he don't look good, we don't look good.
"This is our President. He has to be the freshest, the 'flyest' - the 'flyest' planes, the best factories."
Anyway, there might actually be some sense in it. Bear with me.
You see, it might be nice for the President of the United States of America to be leading the way with regards to climate change. Aeroplane fuel is one of the biggest problems, after all.
This means that Kanye's idea to have the President travel in a more carbon friendly way is not actually a completely mad idea. It's just that the plane doesn't exist.
Apple, for their part, declined to comment. A wise move, you would think.
In other news, he also spoke about how his now-trademark 'Make America Great Again' hat makes him feel like a superhero.
He told Trump: "It was something about when I put this hat on, it made me feel like Superman. You made a Superman. That's my favourite superhero. You made a Superman cape for me."
Oh, and he also answered a question about the country's racial divide by saying: "I don't answer questions in simple soundbites. You are tasting a fine wine that has multiple notes to it.
"You'd better play 4D chess with me like - it's Minority Report because it ain't that simple. It's complex."
Make of that what you will.
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