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Kanye West teams up with Holocaust denier Nick Fuentes, travels to meet Trump at Mar-A-Lago

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Just when you thought alt-right Kanye West’s heel turn couldn’t be more annoying, the former rap legend is now associating himself with white nationalist and Holocaust denier, Nick Fuentes. In fact, the two recently traveled together to Mar-A-Lago to meet with Donald Trump.

The 24-year-old Fuentes has emerged as one of the leading figures in the alt-right movement for his incendiary views on women, Jewish people, the LGBTQ+ community, and other minorities. Notably, he openly praises Hitler, believes the Holocaust was a hoax, and opposes women’s suffrage. He was also present at the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, VA in August 2017, and spoke at the “Stop the Steal” rally in Washington, D.C. on January 6.

And now, he’s hanging out with Kanye West.

As West himself revealed in a new campaign-style video posted to Twitter Thursday night, he and Fuentes recently traveled to Mar-A-Lago, where they pitched Donald Trump for West’s candidacy for the 2024 presidential election. In the video, he is seen debriefing with Fuentes. and campaign staffer/fellow far-right, Milo Yiannopoulos. “I went in with a wit,” West tells. “Trump really liked Nick Fuentes.”


Later in the video, West claims he asked Trump why those affected by their roles in the January 6 insurrection were not released (eg, Trump was not president when most of these individuals were arrested). West also says he advised Trump to work with conspiracy theorists like Roger Stone and Alex Jones on his 2024 campaign.

Trump apparently rejected West’s offer to be his running mate, which led to a shouting match and Trump directing an insult at West’s ex-wife, Kim Kardashian.

West previously ran for America’s top political office in 2020, but his campaign is most remembered for a bizarre rally at which he donned a bulletproof vest and stopped crying. Of the 12 states in which his name appeared on the ballot, West received more than 60,000 votes (including one from Tucker Carlson).


In other campaign videos released Thursday, West focused on the controversy stemming from his recent anti-Semitic comments and the aftermath.

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