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Presidential hopeful Kanye West described Nazi leader Adolf Hitler as a guy who did some “good things” on Thursday, during an appearance on conspiracy theorist Alex Jones' InfoWars radio show.

In fact, Kanye went so hard on the antisemitism that Jones — one of the most well-known conspiracy theorists in America— seemed to squirm at his antics on the show.

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Good morning — Andrew from Narcity here. ☕

Off The Top: Did you know that a lot of budget airlines are able to offer cheaper routes to passengers by avoiding the pricier fees at major airports? For instance, a Flair Airlines jet en route for Vancouver recently stopped, uh, several hundred feet beyond the end of the runway at the Waterloo International Airport. Sure, fares a low — but the walk back to the tarmac is a killer.

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Making music and designing clothes doesn't seem to be cutting it for Kanye West anymore, so he's giving politics another shot by running for president in the 2024 election.

West posted a video on Twitter about his intention to run for president again and shared details on how the moment went down when he asked former U.S. President Donald Trump to run as his vice president.

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Happy Hump Day — Andrew from Narcity here. ☕

Off The Top: Two years after being barred from Twitter in the wake of the, uh, shenanigans on January 6, 2021 in Washington, former President Donald Trump was welcomed back to the platform by Elon Musk this week. However, Trump actually hasn't posted on Twitter since Musk rolled out the blue carpet — kind of like the writhing dread of waiting to see if your creepy, reclusive uncle actually shows up to Christmas dinner.

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Donald Trump's account has been reactivated on Twitter this weekend, thanks to Elon Musk.

On November 18, Musk put out a poll on Twitter asking users if he should reinstate the former U.S. president, and over 15 million people voted, with 51.8% voting yes and a respective 48.2% voting no.

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