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Trump management is to try to work with the State Department to rapper A$AP Rocky at home, according to Melania Trump.
President Trump said Saturday that he has been told by the Swedish Prime Minister, he is ready to stand surety for the Deposit of A$AP Rocky, New York rapper is currently behind bars in Sweden.
“Just had a very good call with @SwedishPM Stefan Lofven, who assured me that the American citizenship of A$AP Rocky will be treated fairly,” he tweeted. “As I have assured him that A$AP was not a flight risk, and offered to personally stand surety for his bail, or an alternative.”
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“Our teams are talking, and we agreed that we will speak again in the next 48 hours!” he added.
The platinum-selling, Grammy-nominated artist was behind bars in Sweden, while the police are investigating a fight in Stockholm this month, in which he was allegedly involved. His lawyer says he acted in self-defense.
Trump had initially tweeted about the case on Friday, when he said that he had spoken to rapper Kanye West, A$AP — born Rakim Mayers — detention. He said he would call, Lofven on the case.
“So many people would like to see this be fixed quickly!”, he added.
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Several celebrities, including Kim Kardashian, Sean “Diddy” Combs, Justin Bieber and Nicki Minaj, have pushed for the Rocky ‘ s release. The First lady, Melania Trump said the administration is working with the State Department.
Kardashian, Trump, Secretary of state Mike Pompeo and Trump as a senior Advisor to Jared Kushner on Twitter Thursday for their “efforts to Free A$AP Rocky & his two friends.”thanked
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But Lofven said on Saturday that he was aware of the trump card “has a personal interest in the case,” but added that he “cannot and will not try to influence prosecutors or courts.”
Lofven called Trump a desire for a conversation “certainly positive” and said: “I declare that the Swedish judiciary is independent. In Sweden, everyone is equal before the law, and also visitors from other countries.”
Fox News’ Mariah Haas and The Associated Press contributed to this report.