Such distinctions belonged to Kanye West.
"Trump is on his hero's journey right now", said West.
News. But it seems like both Trump and West veered more than slightly off-topic. Try setting up your iPhone with a passcode like West's, for instance, and Apple (AAPL) warns you that passcode - as well as passcodes with all the same number or "123456" - can be easily guessed. Watch Kanye's entire discussion at the White House in the CNN video beneath that.
Declaring that his red "Make America Great Again" hat makes him "feel like Superman", rapper Kanye West has made a free-styling appearance in the Oval Office.
During one pause, Trump seemed to acknowledge the oddness of the moment, saying, "That was quite something".
West also had a sartorial suggestion for Trump, proposing a hat that says just "Make America Great" - dropping the "again". "He might not have thought he'd have a insane mother-fucker like (me)".
Although Kanye and Kid Rock have not vocalized their opinion about the bill, we have no doubt that the two were present to show their utmost support for Trump. "I met with Michael Sacks, that's Rahm's right-hand man", West said, referring to Rahm Emanuel, Chicago's mayor.
"You are tasting a fine wine", West said, praising himself.
West went full multiverse theory in pitching clemency for Larry Hoover, founder of Gangster Disciples, because "in the alternate universe, I am him".
The rapper, who is from Chicago, also urged Mr Trump to abandon stop-and-frisk policing.
When asked by a reporter if West, who has teased a presidential run in the past, was a viable candidate for commander-in-chief, Trump said that the rapper "could very well be".
Live from the Oval Office, it's Kanye West with a jaw-dropping performance.
On Thursday, a storm was still battering the East Coast, but West was busy bonding with Trump over their shared delight in subverting (and offending) crowds.
Trump says he'd been willing to "look at it", and says, "They have to do something".
In an interview with Fox News before the meeting, Trump said the justice system was "very unfair to African-Americans it's very unfair to everybody".
Meanwhile, "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" star, Chelsea Peretti, replied to a photo of West, 41, hugging Trump, calling it "hell on earth".
"We feel that stop-and-frisk does not help the relationships in the city", Mr. West told the president.
She secured a pardon for a great-grandmother who had been serving a life sentence for drugs offences. "Guess who doesn't think of Kanye as a son?" she tweeted.