& # 39; That was an attack on our White House & # 39 ;: MSNBC hosts look out over Kanye and the Bonkers & # 39; press conference at Trump

MSNBC host Ali Velshi and Stephanie Ruhle had nothing to say about the Oval Office press conference of Kanye West on Thursday afternoon and called the cantilever, 10-minute monologue & # 39; attack on our White House & # 39; from the rapper.

After the live broadcast of the press conference, the hosts spent a large part of their afternoon discussing it.

"That was crazy," Velshi began.

Ruhle said: & # 39; If you think you get a thoughtful play-by-play and political analysis, you are not, because that was an attack on our White House. & # 39;

Velshi agreed: "You can not analyze some things that are said."

The two then chose a few points that West made when he faced the president of the resolute office with a "Make America Great Again" hat. Ruhle said she was particularly disgusted with the rapper's statement that he likes to wear the MAGA hat, because he thereby becomes & # 39; Superman & # 39; feels and that he is because of the & # 39; male energy & # 39; of the candidate was attracted to the Trump campaign.

"I'm just amazed about the board," said Ruhle.

The 41-year-old rapper, who got a lot of criticism because of his remarkable support for Trump and his controversial comments on issues such as slavery, clashed from one topic to another and discussed the reform of criminal law, an Apple Air Force One designed, and his own diagnosis of mental health. At one point he called himself a "mother fan" and compared his speech with a "fine wine … it has multiple notes".

Velshi said he thought the president and West would stick to the topics the rapper would bring to the White House to discuss: mainly the reform of the prison and the reduction of violence in Chicago. West's wife, reality TV star Kim Kardashian West, successfully lobbied the White House to pardon a drug offender earlier this year.