Trump’s Disastrous Dinner With Ye and Friends Designed to Troll the Master Troller


Donald Trump established strict vetting procedures after his dinner with Kanye West proved to be a disaster in public relations. He also invited a few strangers to his private dinner. The group turned out to be a motley collection of strangers. One of them claims they intentionally crashed the dinner to “punk Trump”.

Many people have criticized the Thanksgiving dinner. Mike Pence, Trump’s former Vice President, stated that the former president should immediately apologize for the incident.

Milo Yiannopoulos and Nick Fuentes were a couple of the guests at the dinner.

West discussed the planning of the dinner during an appearance on Tim Pool’s IRL YouTube channel. This dinner was set up before West’s Twitter tirade about Jews.

Trump had been in touch with me for more than a month. Trump moved the dinner to November after he announced that he would be running for the presidency. People like Alex Jones began to contact others who had been canceled while I was working on a campaign. Alex Jones’ producer said that Milo Yiannopoulos wanted him to contact him.

The interview ended after about 30 minutes. You can see the transcript below.

Trump’s desire to please got in the way of his efforts at Mar-a-Lago. Ye claimed that he spoke with Trump after arriving and asked him “does Trump want to be alone?” Trump responded, “no, bring a friend in. ” Trump continued, adding that Trump didn’t know Nick Fuentes was actually his real name. ”

Ye said Fuentes was “he was just like me.” “I was impressed with Nick.”

Yiannopoulos said that Fuentes was brought into the room because Yiannopoulos is “extremely intelligent” and the “most brilliant commentator of his generation.” It seems that there was more.

According to the network, Yiannopoulos was an advisor to Ye and had brought with him controversial figures to make Trump’s life difficult. Trump’s news would leak, and Trump would mishandle it. According to the controversial journalist, who was later canceled, “[T]he people put him into office, but that type of behavior comes back for you in the end.”

NBC News spoke to an unnamed Trump insider who believes that it was a setup. “The master troll got trolled. Kanye punked Trump.”

Trump fumed afterward that Ye had betrayed him by ambushing him. “He tried to f— me. He’s crazy. He can’t beat me,” Trump said, according to one confidant, who then relayed the conversation to NBC News on the condition of anonymity to discuss private conversations.

“Trump was totally blindsided,” the source said of Fuentes’ presence. “It was a setup.”

If they’d wanted to make an impression on Trump, they succeeded. And in the worst way.