U.S. President Donald Trump will host one of his most famous fans at the White House, musician Kanye West, to talk about prisons, jobs and what to do about violence in Chicago, the White House said on Tuesday.
Other topics of discussion will include prison reform, how to prevent gang violence and reducing violence in Chicago, Sanders said.
Since then, Kanye has repeatedly spoken about his appreciation for Trump on social media and has appeared wearing hats emblazoned with the Trump campaign slogan, "Make America Great Again".
The two men previously met in December 2016, before Mr Trump took office.
The rap star - who recently voiced his support for Trump on "Saturday Night Live" - will have lunch with the president and his son-in-law on Thursday, according to The New York Times. I'm on them. There's nothing wrong with taking them. "They bullied me. And then they say I'm in a sunken place".
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West's visit to the White House falls in line with Kushner's efforts at criminal justice reform.
The president has repeatedly touted West's support as evidence that his political message is resonating with the black community writ large, including at a recent political rally in Topeka, Kansas.
It looks like Kanye West is getting his wish of meeting with Donald Trump this week.
It's that very messaging which has generated significant criticism against West by some of his fellow entertainers, including rapper T.I. and singer Janelle Monae.