The MacBook Air will open and run Adobe Premiere Pro, however limitations with the GPU means that the 1.5GB GPU memory does not meet the minimum requirements and performance may not be adequate, especially if working with 4K footage.
MacBook Pro 13-inch
Much like the MacBook Air, the MacBook Pro 13-inch has 1.5GB GPU memory which can limit it's ability to edit 4K footage. If you absolutely must use the MacBook Pro 13-inch due to needing the smaller form factor or due to budget then we would recommend a model from 2018 or newer with 16GB RAM. In 2018 the CPU/GPU had a good boost in performance and the extra RAM will help prevent the Mac from slowing down when working with larger files or when running multiple applications.
MacBook Pro 15-inch
The MacBook Pro 15/16-inch models were designed to be able to run software such as Premier Pro, so you will find most will be suitable for meeting the recommended system requirements perfectly. Models from 2018 or newer will all come with 4GB of GPU memory as standard, so if you think you will be editing a lot of 4K or higher video then these would be the models to look at.
The Mac mini is a good choice for the budget conscious user who may already have their own display and peripherals. Due to it maxing out at 1.5GB GPU memory it may be the best choice for more simple edits, although it should be noted than the 2018 models can run up to three 4K monitors so playback works great. Any intel model can also be paired with an external graphics processor (eGPU) to boost graphics performance though it's worth factoring this in to the overall cost if you're considering this setup.
iMac 21-inch (Mid 2017) will run Premier Pro well enough for basic edits and usage, however pro users will want to look at 4K models from Mid 2017 or newer as these have can be configured to have more powerful dedicated Graphics Cards with 4GB GPU memory.
iMac 27-inch (Late 2015) will come with 2GB GPU memory as standard but can also be configured with 4GB GPU memory. 2017 models and newer all come with 4GB GPU minimum and pro users will want to spring for one of these to get the best from Premiere Pro.