Just your average day in the good ole U.S.A.!
On Sunday night, Yeezus made waves when he announced at the end of his 13-minute speech while accepting the prestigious Video Vanguard Award that he is running for president in 2020.
So, naturally, Rolling Stone asked Donald Trump about the much-buzzed about moment during a sit-down with the real estate mogul at Trump Tower on Tuesday.
"He's said very nice things about me in the past... extremely positive things," the 69-year-old presidential hopeful and quote machine told the publication.
In fact, he even credits himself with inspiring West. "I was actually watching, I saw him [announce his candidacy on the VMAs], and I said, 'That's very interesting. I wonder who gave him that idea?'"
"I don't quite get that," he admitted.
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Funnily enough, Trump previously slammed the rapper after his infamous stunt at the 2009 VMAs and called for a boycott of the outspoken musician. But apparently, he's moved past that incident as he told Rolling Stone that he would love to run against Kim Kardashian's mister.
"He's actually a different kind of person than people think. He's a nice guy," Trump said of the soon-to-be father of two. "I hope to run against him someday."
As Rolling Stone pointed out, a market research firm even calculated the results of their hypothetical presidential race and found that Trump would top West.
But seriously, that would be one helluva presidential debate.