Rapper Kanye West shows President Trump a photo of a hydrogen-powered airplane in the Oval Office on Oct. 11. On Thursday, Kanye West joined President Trump for a lunch visit at the White House, capped by a choice expletive in the Oval Office. Now, as the 2020 presidential campaign ramps up, a new cast of celebrities and famous-for-politics personalities are taking the stage as some Democrats ponder — with a mix of enthusiasm and horror — whether they need to put up their own celebrity nominee against Trump. Alec Baldwin, portraying President Trump on “Saturday Night Live” on Sept. 23, is set to appear this weekend in the primary battleground state of New Hampshire. Is he a future presidential candidate?
Source: Washington Post October 11, 2018 22:07 UTC