“It’s a winning message: I have this place in Wyoming and I’m gonna my hemp there to make my apparel.
It’s all here in America, creating jobs,” host Ainsley Earhardt said.
Last year, West caused a cultural firestorm when he donned a "Make America Great Again" hat and visited President Trump in the Oval Office.
Earhardt said the new album is "great" and the "messages are great."
“He's gonna be the kind of person the media laughs at, the elites laugh at, but he gets the last laugh when Americans resonate with what he has to say," host Pete Hegseth argued.