& # 39; Liberal Bully Trump followers! & # 39; Kanye West claims that people who voted for the president & # 39; are treated as enemies in America & # 39; and say he had MAGA hat to break the stigma
- Kanye West talks about my next guest needs Introduction to David Letterman, falling on Netflix May 31
- West says "we don't have to feel the same" about president Donald Trump
- The musician says wearing a MAGA hat was "not about politics" but breaking the stigma
- West claims that people who voted for Trump are "treated as enemies in America"
- Letterman tells West that he has nothing to say after admitting he has never voted.
Kanye West claims in its upcoming appearance on My Next Guest Needs No introduction with David Letterman that "liberal bully people who are trumpet supporters" .
The musician is interviewed by the legendary bed night talk show host of season 2 of his Netflix original, which falls next Friday.
West comes in to talk about President Donald Trump at the Emmy nominated show and compares his fears of being a man in the #MeToo era to being a fan of the 45th president.
& # 39; This is like my thing with Trump-we don't have to feel the same, but we have the right to feel what we feel & # 39; West says according to Daily Beast.
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West shocked his own fans when he wore a hat with Make America Great Again slogan Trump became popular during his presidential campaign.
But West admitted, "I never voted in my life" and said that his donation the red hat was "not about politics."  Instead, he claims he hopes to break the stigma, but who people vote for.
But his comments don't go well with the host who tells West, "you has nothing to say in this "after hearing that he did not exercise his right to vote.
After applause from the audience, West admits after a break: "Well you got me, you got me."
President Donald Trump hugs Kanye West during a White Huss Oval Office meeting on October 11, 2018 in Washington, DC
The musician says wearing a MAGA hat was "not about politics" but breaking the stigma  During the interview, Letterman tries to talk to the West about the voter's repression efforts by the Republicans, but the West returns to its sympathy for people who voted for Trump and says that they are treated as enemies in America because that is what they felt.
Refusing to recognize loopholes is used to stop people who are likely to vote for the democrat from havi he says that he then responds to the letterman's sp questions about who does most of the bullying.
Gunnar Johansson, 14, said a school assistant told him to remove his Make America Great Again cap in March during a school school in Florida
& # 39; Have you ever been raised in your high school to have the wrong hat? & # 39; he asks. "Liberal bully people who are Trump supporters!"
In March, the Florida police investigated an incident where a school bus agent apparently removed the 14-year-old boy Gunnar Johansson's robe when he refused to take it off.
Students were allowed to wear caps that day if they donated to charity, and Johansson said he had a MAGA hat "to show my pride in Trump America."
Johansson told law enforcement that a teacher's help told him that "never carry that nonsense on this bus again" and claimed to have it off him.
His mother said she thought the son was being asked "We all have the right to whom we will vote for, that is America," she said.
But Johansson said that other students had made Make America Great Again hats that day
The parent requested police initiated an investigation to make the school bus inspection record available
Fill Letterman's Five Episode Season on Extraordinary People Ellen DeGeneres, Tiffany Haddish, Lewis Hamilton, and Melinda Gates appear May 31 .