VIDEO: Anderson Cooper splits screen during Trump-Kanye meeting, brings up old Trump tweet


CNN host Anderson Cooper tore into President Trump for taking time to “yuck it up”  with rapper Kanye West on Thursday while Floridians were facing the destruction left by Hurricane Michael.

The host railed against the “surreal” conversation between the President and West while splitting the screen with images of the meeting and images from the aftermath of the storm.

“We’re going to show you exactly what was going on in the White House in the Oval Office. It’ll be on one half of your screen. It starts with Kanye West talking about his ‘Make America Great Again’ hat,” Cooper said.

The article goes on to state the following:

Cooper said the thousands of Americans in Florida and Georgia who lost power during the storm also spent a “long night waiting.”

He also resurfaced a Trump tweet from November 2012 criticizing President Obama for making a campaign stop with Jay-Z and Bruce Springsteen after Hurricane Sandy hit New York and New Jersey.

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