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Kanye West's visit to the Oval Office saw the world-renowned rapper pitch a hydrogen powered successor to Air Force One - dubbed the iPlane 1.
After revealing his iPhone password to the world's press, the proposed plane was shown to Donald Trump on Kanye's iPhone X.
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The original designs and images used in the meeting stem from a university student's masters project in 2012, who was unaware his work was being used.
The six-year-old plans were originally concocted by Shabtai Hirshberg during his postgraduate studies at the College for Creative Studies in Detroit.
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Proclaiming the iPlane 1 as the successor to Air Force One was just one of the jaw-dropping moments in a surreal meeting between the artist and the president.
The musician delivered a rambling monologue that touched on social issues, mental health, endorsement deals and politics as well as the hydrogen plane.
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'We're gonna have Apple, an American company, work on this plane,' Kanye West proudly explained in the packed Oval Office.
'This right here is the iPlane 1. This is what our president should be flying.
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'If he don't look good, we don't look good. This is our president. He has to be the freshest, the flyest and have the flyest planes.'
The image shows a jet with a flat, wide body and a transparent blue roof.
Kanye presented the...
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