Television personality Bill Maher recently shared his thoughts on Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and compared him to rap star Kanye West.

On his “Real Time with Bill Maher” show, the colorful host dished on Trump’s love for himself.

“Every time a parent sides with a kid over a teacher, they are creating the Donald Trumps of tomorrow,” Maher says. He adds that it’s a “bad idea to teach kids that anyone who doesn’t agree that you are fabulous and perfect in every way is just a hater, and they can suck it. Sound like anyone we know? Have you noticed that nobody ever does anything better than Donald Trump? He’s the white Kanye West,” but, you know, without the creative genius. (Complex)

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This week, hip-hop star T.I. spoke out on his issues with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.

“I ain’t take no shots. If he misuse and abuse his power to the point where he uses his money and his influence to tell people to do things that are harmful to my people, well, I just want him to know how frowned up it is in my community starting with me. If I stand on a certain platform and use my money and my influence and tell all my people to follow me, guess what? You go and hurt those people, I will pay your legal fees. I will take care of you. If you do this for me, I will make sure you’re straight – if I do that, that’s no different than how they view the leaders of some of the organized crime syndicates. What he’s doing is really illegal. If [a T.I. fan] supports all of [Trump’s] actions, right and wrong, if he supports all of his actions, I honestly, acknowledgable of how he feels, I don’t want him to buy my music. I’d rather he didn’t because I don’t think that’s the road I travel down. Some things are more important than money to me.” (TMZ)

New York rap veteran Foxy Brown recently cleared up reports about supporting Trump on social media.

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Foxy sparked headlines after speaking on Trump’s growing movement in the presidential campaigning.

“No matter how many people sabotage his campaign, it keeps growing and growing and growing,” Brown told The News. “I know so many people won’t agree with me and will try to change my mind, but I’m a smart girl. I’m excited…I haven’t been this excited in so long. I know people say he’s a racist, but that’s just crazy.” (New York Daily News)