If you thought Kanye West would have air-tight security you couldn't be further from the truth.
"Nice of you to say that because that's a big thing", Trump responded. Try setting up your iPhone with a passcode like West's, for instance, and Apple (AAPL) warns you that passcode - as well as passcodes with all the same number or "123456" - can be easily guessed.
How do we know?
Kanye West is in the house - the White House, to be precise.
West recently made waves by wearing Trump's signature "Make America Great Again" hat during an appearance on NBC's "Saturday Night Live" and delivering a pro-Trump speech after the show went off the air. He also dismissed the notion that labeling Mr. Trump a racist, as some critics have done, would dissuade him from supporting the president.
"I was very emotional and I was programmed to think from a victimized mentality".
When a reporter asked about gun control, Mr. West said, "The problem is illegal guns, not legal guns".
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On his own speech: "You are tasting a fine wine".
The rapper, who has broken ranks with much of the left-leaning entertainment industry to come out in support of Trump, even said he could be president himself - but "only after" Trump in 2024.
What's bitterly ironic about West's praise for Trump is that the president has far more in common with Superman's arch-enemy Lex Luthor.
West is not the first member of his family to meet with Trump.
She secured a pardon for a great-grandmother who had been serving a life sentence for drugs offences.
West indicated that Trump has "solved" the U.S. But, he said, "This hat, it gives me power in a way".
On Trump wanting to implement stop-and-frisk in Chicago: "Well, I feel stop-and-frisk does not help the relationship with people in the city". "We have the right to bear arms!"
West's wife, Kim Kardashian West, has been to the White House twice in recent months to discuss criminal justice reform and the clemency process.