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During Sunday's episode of 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' Kim Kardashian addressed Kanye West's 'SNL' pro-Trump speech.

“I know that Kanye is always going to be Kanye and I’m never trying to change that. I mean, that’s who I fell in love with and I’m not trying to change who he is," she said.

"North, you can host next time," Kris is seen telling her granddaughter, North West at the family dinner.

"I don’t know if they’ll invite us back ever," said Kim.

"Did he do a rant at the end?" Kris asks. 

Kim replied, "At the end, yes, but the credits were rolling. I can’t control it.”

She also talks about her lack of enthusiasm about moving to Ye's hometown of Chicago.

“I get that Kanye is really excited about Chicago. He just needs a change of scene. I totally respect that, but I can’t really imagine moving to Chicago. I think I’m going to kind of ride it out and see it through, because with him I just always want to make sure that this is what he wants to do. Then we make a real, informed decision," she said.

Later adding:

"I’m really happy that Chicago is such a good place for Kanye. It’s where he grew up, he has so many different memories there, there’s a lot that he wants to do there. But I definitely feel I’m being pulled in a million directions. The kids are in school and we have another baby on the way, so moving to Chicago would have to be a long conversation. And honestly, it might be my breaking point."