After his outburst at the 2009 MTV VMA’s, Kanye West found himself sympathetic to the United States President that he so infamously targeted in yet another outburst.

In an interview with Houston’s 97.9 The Box, Kanye responded to President George W. Bush’s recent comments that Kanye’s “George Bush Doesn’t Care About Black People” rant was the lowest point of his presidency

(Ed Note: Lower than 9/11? The Iraq war? Afghanistan? The lackluster response to Hurricane Katrina? The demolition of the American economy? Oooookay, Dubya. It’s rather telling that a personal attack on Bush would be ranked lower than something that affected millions of Americans, and even more telling that Kanye would sympathize with that.)

Kanye said that after Swiftgate, he was unfairly branded as a racist and felt that it was karma for his comments towards Bush.

Listen to the audio below!

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