"I had the balls to put on this hat", the 41-year-old artist said in defending the red "Make America Great Again" hat that he wore for his meeting.
West continued: "Let's stop worrying about the future, all we have is today. He might not have thought he'd have a insane motherf-er like (me)", West said, according to a White House pool report.
Vivian Salama, a White House correspondent for the Wall Street Journal, who was in the room for the meeting of the minds, tweeted that at one point West ran up to Trump to give him a hug, and also said that, as president, Trump has to be "the freshest" and "the flyest".
He went on to show Mr Trump a picture of a "hydrogen-powered airplane" saved on his mobile phone, insisting: "This is what our President should be flying in". Trump said he was open to other ideas.
West said that he brought a newly designed hat that simply stated: "Make America Great".
West, who received harsh criticism for suggesting slavery was a "choice, " told Trump that "we have to release the love [throughout] the country. we don't have the reparations but we have the 13th Amendment".
Federer fires out warning to Kyrgios
The Croatian saved two break points at 3-3 in the second set and claimed three of the first four games in the decider. It is the third successive year in which the Australian has gone out of the tournament in controversial fashion.
U.S., Russian Space Crew Heading Back To Earth After Booster Failure
NASA had issued a worrying tweet on Thursday morning saying: 'There's been an issue with the booster from today's launch. Search and rescue teams reported they were in contact with the Soyuz crew, who said they were in good condition.
Chief Justice John Roberts orders new investigation into Brett Kavanaugh
Parrish, the High Court upheld the constitutionality of Washington State's minimum wage law-which was a reversal of Adkins v. Children's Hospital , a 1923 High Court ruling that declared minimum wage laws for women to be unconstitutional.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday tried to rewrite the history of his campaign rallies, during a late night interview with Fox News.
But Trump, whose finances have come under scrutiny and who is being investigated by special counsel Robert Mueller, said he doesn't need the money.
Apparently, when West was done speaking, Trump said, "That was pretty impressive".
West ended a September 29 performance of "Saturday Night Live" by delivering an unaired pro-Trump speech that drew catcalls from the audience.
He added, "Day one, solved one of his biggest problems". He's a smart cookie. "Only after 2024", West added.
"I love this guy", Kanye declared in the Oval Office.
Talking at speed on everything from Trump's protectionist trade polices to black gun crime and "infinite amounts of universe", Kanye left the normally talkative president nearly speechless with his performance.