STEVE DOOCY (CO-HOST): And Kanye's got a lot of money to run. He's got a lot of fans in the culture. And ironically, the name of his second album was Late Registration. So, what's that about?
AINSLEY EARHARDT: I do like that he said that it's racism if you just assume African Americans will vote for a Democrat — because, remember Joe Biden said that. I thought that was a big highlight of the interview, because hopefully, out of all of everything we've been through over the last few months we have learned that we are all Americans. You can vote the way you feel best, the candidate that you can relate to the most.
BRIAN KILMEADE (CO-HOST): And Ainsley, it's supposed to be a private vote, right?
EARHARDT: That's right.
KILMEADE: You're supposed to go there behind the curtain and do it, and put the sheet in. Well, not if you're a mail-in vote, mail-in ballot. Maybe there's all types of pressure in your family dynamic that will say, “Who're you voting for, again?” or, “Let me have that ballot, I'll vote for you.” That's why mail-in balloting is so complex and convoluted, and I think it should be only in case of emergency.