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‘He’s not in a healthy place’: CNN’s Van Jones explains why Kanye ‘failed’ at the White House

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Artist Kanye West gave a jaw-dropping speech while meeting with President Donald Trump in the Oval Office. During his time with Trump, West dropped an F-bomb and talked about his affection for the president.

Political commentator Van Jones said that people should be careful about how they analyze West’s performance. He also explained the reasons why the meeting was an epic fail during a panel discussion with CNN’s Anderson Cooper on Thursday night.

“There is a right way and wrong way for celebrities to engage with the White House,” Jones said. “It involves no cameras so you can actually have a conversation.”

“He was not as prepared as he should have been. What we saw was someone who was not in a healthy place. I was very concerned by what I saw, and I don’t think the White House showed good judgment,” he said.

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Liz Cheney calls Dem congresswomen ‘racists’ and baby killers instead of condemning Trump’s bigoted tweets

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Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) on Tuesday responded to President Donald Trump's racist tweets by suggesting that Democrats are baby killers if they support abortion.

At a press conference at the Capitol, Republican leaders -- including Cheney -- refused to condemn Trump's tweets which suggested that four Democratic congresswomen of color should go back to their home country even though all four are American citizens.

Instead of calling the tweets racists, Cheney branded Democratic congresswomen Ilhan Omar (MN), Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (NY), Ayanna Pressley (MA) and Rashida Tlaib (MI) as "socialists."

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Former aide to Israeli prime minister smacks Trump upside the head for dragging Israel into his racism mess

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In a column for Bloomberg, a former senior aide to Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin said his country has no interest in being associated with Donald Trump's racist meltdown over four Democratic lawmakers and advised the president to leave them out it.

Responding to Trump's tweets that accused the four Democrats, all women of color, of not only hating America but also Israel, Zev Chafets -- who was the founding managing editor of the Jerusalem Report Magazine -- claimed Trump can rest at ease because they don't need his help.

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Trump flings racist trash because Fox News has warped his perception of reality: Ex-White House official

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President Donald Trump lobbed racist abuse at four Democratic congresswomen over the weekend -- and his advisers say his addiction to Fox News is at least partially to blame.

The president's advisers have been trying to convince him that outrageous tweets and comments do way more harm than good -- his lowest poll numbers came after his remarks about Charlottesville and after slandering "sh*thole" countries -- but they said Trump has a skewed perception about his popularity with minority voters, reported Politico.

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