He may have taken off the MAGA cap. But he's still finding a way to push people's buttons.
The hip-hop star's wild, disjointed presentation offers both red meat and poison for right, left, and libertarian.
He has added strong anti-abortion and anti-vaccine views to his public profile, and said it was racist to think blacks needed to vote Democrat.
Getting upset over private firefighters does a whole lot less good than the firefighters themselves.
"We could bring Foxconn to set up a factory in, I think, Minnesota," West said of the manufacturing plant being built in Wisconsin.
The pair discussed reforms at the White House.
Imma let you finish, but the Tay and Ye beef is the best political lesson of all time.
The 13th Amendment outlaws slavery, but not for prison inmates.
Politics is not solely red and blue. Or in this case, red and white.
Except possibly the bit about "break[ing] the fucking simulation."
Kanye's Ye proves America still cares about him. But does it mean Trumpism is a pop sensation?
The musician and provocateur is spinning the heads of his fans, Trump's fans, and everyone who angrily overinterprets what affection for Trump has to mean.
Says the country and world are racist so people need to stop focusing on it.
Lemonade and the libertarian moment
It's okay. You can make fun of Kanye West. Can't you?
Were the students mocking black people, or were they mocking Kanye West?
...from Hillary Clinton supporters, no less.
Endorsed Hillary Clinton earlier this month.