A$AP Rocky was released from jail on Friday after facing a trial for assault charges in Sweden. Almost immediately, President Donald Trump celebrated the news on Twitter. "It was a Rocky Week, get home ASAP A$AP!" Trump said.

The rapper landed back on U.S. soil Saturday, and quickly he went back to his old ways.

The rapper was spotted out last night at a nightclub - arriving with a bunch of White women.

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Rocky, whose real name is Rakim Mayers, was arrested and charged with assaulting a man - after being involved in a street brawl in the Swedish capital on June 30.

Trump began weighing in on the case last month after he was lobbied to by celebrities including reality TV star Kim Kardashian-West and musician Rod Stewart.

The President claims that he spoke to Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven asking for his release and "offered to personally vouch for his bail."

Löfven responded to Trump's public pressure, saying the rapper would not get special treatment and that the judicial system was free to act independently without political sway.

The United States government sent a letter to Sweden warning of “negative consequences” in the relationship between the countries if Sweden did not release the rap artist ASAP Rocky from prison.

The rapper, whose real name is Rakim Mayers, went on trial for assault this week along with two other men, David Rispers and Bladimir Corniel. They were released on Friday at the conclusion of the trial while a verdict is pending.

The letter, which was dated July 31, was signed by Robert O’Brien, special envoy for hostage affairs.

Mr. O’Brien wrote to Swedish officials that “the government of the United States of America wants to resolve this case as soon as possible to avoid potentially negative consequences to the U.S.-Swedish bilateral relationship,” according to NBC News, which obtained a copy of the letter.