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The FOX News Rundown
18 minutes | Jun 20, 2021
FOX News Rundown Extra: Chris Christie's Unedited Take On President Biden, Trump, China And More
President Biden hasn't even been in office six months yet, but many are already looking ahead to the 2022 and even 2024 races. The economy, health care and how to deal with international foes like China will be some of the issues candidates will be forced to address. Earlier this week, former New Jersey Governor and 2016 Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie joined FOX News Rundown host Dave Anthony to discuss some of the challenges facing America and how he thinks Republicans should address them if they want to win back Congress and the White House. Governor Christie discussed the Supreme Court's recent rejection of the latest Republican-backed challenge to Obamacare, the important role that former President Trump will play in the 2022 midterm elections, and the need for the U.S. to demand straight answers on the origins of the COVID-19. The former New Jersey governor also discussed his own battle with COVID-19 and the likelihood he will run for President in 2024. The conversation was too long and we could not include all of it in our original segment. On The FOX News Rundown Extra, you will hear our entire interview with Chris Christie and get more of his perspective on the Biden Administration, the Republican party and what issue he thinks President Trump should avoid if he wants the GOP to win in 2022 and 2024.
22 minutes | Jun 19, 2021
FOX News Rundown Extra: One Key Thing President Biden Got Wrong About Putin
President Biden's long-awaited meeting with Vladimir Putin is now behind us, but tensions between American and Russia are far from resolved. While the White House saw the sit-down as 'positive,' the question remains if anything will come from it. Earlier this week on the FOX News Rundown, host Jessica Rosenthal spoke with Former National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster shortly after the Geneva summit concluded. McMaster discussed whether he thought any progress was made in the meeting and what actions should be taken by the administration to address concerns over cyberattacks, nuclear weapons and human rights concerns. Former President Trump's Former National Security Adviser also explained how Putin has remained in power for so long, what his true motivations are and what he fears the most. The conversation was too long and we could not include all of it in our original segment. On The FOX News Rundown Extra, you will hear our entire interview with Former National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster and get more of his unique perspective on Putin, how the Russian leader operates and what we can do to hold him accountable for his bad behavior.
10 minutes | Jun 18, 2021
Evening Edition: New Israeli Government, Same Stance On Security
Israel has conducted airstrikes on Gaza twice this week following incendiary balloons being launched into Israel causing fires. This after a shaky ceasefire ended eleven days of conflict and an Israeli election that named a new president. FOX's Trey Yingst speaks with Dr. Ibrahim Hazboun, a Senior FOX Field Producer, on whether this will cause the conflict to reignite.
31 minutes | Jun 18, 2021
Chris Christie: "There's Going To Be A Lot To Fix After Four Years of Joe Biden"
As President Biden returns to the U.S. to field arguments over infrastructure and challenges to Obamacare, many are already looking ahead to 2022 and even 2024. Former New Jersey Governor and 2016 Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie joins to explain why the recent challenge to Obamacare was rejected by the Supreme Court and the need for the Republican party to forge its own plan on healthcare. Governor Christie discusses the important role that former President Trump will play in the 2022 Midterm Elections, the possibility of his 2024 presidential candidacy, the need for the U.S. to demand straight answers on the origins of the COVID-19 and his advocacy for Americans to get vaccinated for the virus after his personal experience contracting it. Prices for everyday goods are on the rise, fueling new fears for inflation. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell on Wednesday called the recent surge in consumer prices "transitory" but warned it could be "higher and more persistent than we expect." Chief Economist at Moody's Analytics Mark Zandi tells us where we're seeing inflation the most, if the Biden administration's policies are impacting it and how the job market is doing. Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers. Plus, commentary by co-host of FOX & FRIENDS First Todd Piro.
13 minutes | Jun 17, 2021
Evening Edition: Iranian Presidential Election Impacts Nuke Talks And The Region
The Iranian presidential election taking place this week will have a big impact on both the ongoing nuclear talks with the United States and the political direction the Islamic Republic takes. After multiple candidates dropped out yesterday, the assumed presidential front-runner is an ultra-conservative candidate who has been sanctioned by the United States for human rights abuses and is known to distrust the West. FOX's Trey Yingst speaks with Kasra Aarabi, of the Tony Blair Institute, who says to be prepared for a more aggressive Iran following this election and a possible shake-up in the nuclear talks.
32 minutes | Jun 17, 2021
President Biden vs Putin: Who Got The Upper Hand?
President Biden says his long-awaited meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin was "positive," but he still used the face-to-face meeting to bring up a list of concerns and warn the leader there would be 'consequences' if he continued his bad behavior. The question remains if anything will come from the high stakes summit. Even President Biden said it could take months before we know if their sit down produces progress. Former National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster breaks down what we know from the summit, how President Putin will use the meeting to his own benefit and what actions the U.S. can take to hold Russia accountable. Republicans were quick to criticize the Biden-Putin summit on Wednesday, saying President Biden needs to do more when it comes to being tough on Russia and holding the Communist nation accountable for its behavior, including the most recent ransomware attacks on the U.S. Rep. Dan Kildee (D-MI) joins the Fox News Rundown and defends President Biden's meeting with Putin and explains why he is confident the President will hold Russia responsible when it comes to their "nefarious activities." Plus, commentary by former White House speechwriter and FOX News contributor Marc Thiessen.
14 minutes | Jun 16, 2021
Evening Edition: Biden-Putin Summit Focuses on Cyber Security And Human Rights
President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin had their first face to face meeting in Geneva, Switzerland today. In the highly anticipated summit the two leaders discussed various subjects but had a focus on cyber security and human rights, including the various recent hacks and the imprisonment of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny. FOX's Trey Yingst speaks with FOX's Blake Burman about the meeting and what the leaders said about the key issues discussed.
31 minutes | Jun 16, 2021
President Biden's Goes Face To Face With The Man He Called A Killer
President Biden meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin today in Geneva, their first meeting since the Biden administration took over the White House. Congressman Michael McCaul (R-TX) joins to discuss his hopes for the Biden-Putin summit to address cyberattacks originating in Russia, why he believes President Biden has made too many concessions to Russia before the meeting and the importance of the U.S. projecting strength in this meeting. Later, Fox News Contributor and former CIA Station Chief Daniel Hoffman joins to explain how the cyberattacks give Russia political leverage, the increasing aggressive foreign policy moves made by President Putin and how this summit is likely to impact U.S. Russia relations. Parents in Loudoun County, Virginia are speaking out against "Critical Race Theory" being taught in schools by holding an "Education, Not Indoctrination" rally over the weekend. The controversial curriculum has become the center of a national debate. FOX News Chief Washington Correspondent Mike Emanuel tells us what he's hearing from parents about their schools wanting to bring CRT programs into the classroom and why they're concerned. He also discusses the upcoming summit in Washington D.C. focused on equity in education as schools plan to reopen for in-person learning this September. Plus, commentary by Jim Daly, president of Focus on the Family.
10 minutes | Jun 15, 2021
Evening Edition: Over One Billion COVID-19 Vaccines Promised To Poorer Nations
Leaders at the 'G7 Summit' this past weekend promised to donate over one billion COVID-19 vaccinations to poorer countries in a continuing effort to achieve equal distribution. Many of those donated doses will go through the COVAX program, run by the WHO with UNICEF coordinating the procurement, supply and distribution. FOX's Trey Yingst speaks with Lily Caprani, Senior Advisor on Global Campaigns for the Office of the Executive Director at UNICEF, about the pledge by the G7 nations and what it means for the continuing global efforts to end the pandemic for good.
30 minutes | Jun 15, 2021
A Big City Republican Mayor's Answer For Democratic Policies
Here is the blurb that will be posted with the FOX News Rundown podcast for TUESDAY JUNE 15, 2021: Throughout the past year we've seen leaders in state and local government handle the coronavirus pandemic, protests and riots differently from one another. One state that has been both praised and ridiculed for its handling of Covid-19 is Florida. What we've also seen this past year is more and more Americans leaving big cities in states like New York and California for the "Sunshine State." Republican Miami Mayor Francis Suarez discusses leading his city during the pandemic this past year, how to battle crime and why he thinks people are moving to his state. As President Biden continues his foreign policy trip through Europe, Americans face tax refund delays and that is sparking fresh debate about how the wealthy are taxed by the government. U.S. Tax Policy Reporter at The Wall Street Journal Richard Rubin joins to discuss how lawmakers' changes to laws in the middle of tax season have resulted in delays in tax returns and millions of federal refunds being sent out. Rubin breaks down how the child tax credit from the last big stimulus deal will work, how soon this advanced child tax will be phased out and explains the legality of IRS data being leaked in regard to ProPublica's report on the tax returns of America's wealthiest people. Plus, commentary by syndicated columnist and author of "America's Expiration Date," Cal Thomas.
13 minutes | Jun 14, 2021
Evening Edition: Benjamin Netanyahu Ousted After More Than A Dozen Years In Power
After losing a confidence vote, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been replaced by Naftali Bennett and his coalition. Also, one of two American journalists being held in Myanmar has been released and gray wolf pups spotted in the wild for the first time in eighty years. FOX's Trey Yingst speaks with Yonat Friling, Senior FOX Field Producer, about these stories developing around the world.
32 minutes | Jun 14, 2021
The G7 Summit Ends With Addressing COVID, Climate Change and China
The G7 Summit concluded on Sunday with President Biden and the other Group of Seven leaders laying out their economic and international visions while making important decisions that will impact the rest of the world on issues pertaining to COVID-19, climate change and security. At the summit, President Biden encouraged presenting a united front against China and Russia when it comes to their human rights abuses and aggressive activities. Associate Editor at The Wall Street Journal John Bussey joins to discuss how the United States re-established itself as a formidable world force at the G7, how democracies came together at the summit to stand against the wrongdoings of China and Russia, how a global minimum corporate tax will impact the world economy and what President Biden will likely bring up in his upcoming one-on-one meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. In February, President Biden signed an executive order calling for a 100-day review on U.S. supply chains. After completing the review, the Biden administration announced last week it was forming a task force to address the bottlenecks in supply chains. Throughout his presidential campaign and first 100 days, the President has talked about bringing supply chains and manufacturing back to the U.S. from overseas, but is it really possible? Bob Maricich, CEO of International Market Center explains why he is optimistic manufacturing will return to the U.S. and Michael Amini, President of Amini Innovation Corporation whose furniture and home goods are made mostly in China and Vietnam tells us why he thinks manufacturing in the U.S. is gone for good. Plus, commentary by FOX News Correspondent At Large, Geraldo Rivera.
17 minutes | Jun 12, 2021
FOX News Rundown EXTRA: Rep. Kevin Brady On Ending Wasteful Spending
President Biden recently released his 2022 budget which calls for over $6-trillion in spending for the upcoming fiscal year. Meanwhile, the U.S. is still in a pandemic emergency spending mode with many Americans claiming federal unemployment benefits until September 2021 and congressional Democrats already looking at the possibility of a fourth stimulus check. On today's FOX News Rundown EXTRA, Ranking Member on the House Ways and Means Committee Kevin Brady (R-TX) joins to discuss how he believes the wasteful spending on COVID relief only serves to pile on to the national debt. He also predicts voters will rebuke the Democratic agenda in 2022 and looks ahead to Republican prospects in 2024.
16 minutes | Jun 12, 2021
FOX News Rundown EXTRA: Arkansas Governor on Ending The Crack Cocaine Disparity
Crime is on the rise in many big cities across America as law enforcement prepares for an uptick in violence this summer, adding more tension to questions about policing. On today's FOX News Rundown EXTRA, Republican Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson weighs in on the surging crime rates across the U.S. and what is driving them. The Governor also discusses the disparity in crack cocaine and powder cocaine offenses which have been around since the 1980s. He explains why the controversial law was created in the first place and why he supports removing the longstanding disparity on crack cocaine
12 minutes | Jun 11, 2021
Evening Edition: United States Dropping Some Sanctions On Iran
The United states Treasury Department announced yesterday that they will be lifting sanctions on three former Iranian government officials and two energy companies. The oil markets fell significantly with the thought of additional Iranian oil being put back into the market. This as the United States and Iran are set to begin their sixth round of nuclear talks in Vienna. FOX's Trey Yingst speaks with Behnam Ben Taleblu, a Senior Fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, who says lifting sanctions at this juncture is a mistake.
29 minutes | Jun 11, 2021
Pressure Builds On President Biden To Stand Up To China & Russia
In a time where it seems Republicans and Democrats in Congress cannot compromise on any legislation, one issue they agree on is investing in technology to stay competitive with China. On Tuesday June 9th, the Senate approved the $250 billion U.S. Innovation and Competition Act aimed at strengthening American technology production and development, the bill passing with a 68-32 vote. The bill's co-sponsor, Senator Todd Young (R-IN) joins to discuss how the bill will take on China through investments into American technology, how news of this legislation has angered the officials within Chinese Communist Party and he breaks down why Americans lose faith when leaders in the U.S. entertainment industry act deferential to China. President Biden is on his first foreign trip since taking office. The President is in Europe and set to participate in the G-7 and NATO summits and will end his trip with an in-person meeting in Geneva with Russian President Vladimir Putin. FOX News Sunday host Chris Wallace discusses the importance of the President's overseas trip, what we can expect from it and the criticism from both sides surrounding President Biden agreeing to meet with Russia's president in the first place. Chris also weighs in on former Vice President Harris' first foreign trip in Central America this week and the mixed reviews she received from both sides. Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers. Plus, commentary by FOX News contributor Joe Concha.
14 minutes | Jun 10, 2021
Evening Edition: EU Examines Palestinian Textbooks
In 2019, the European Union enlisted the Georg Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research to take a look at textbooks used in Palestinian schools to look for any examples of hate speech and incitement of violence. The institute concluded its study by the fall of 2020 after looking at over one hundred fifty books that were used between 2017-2019 and nearly twenty from 2020. The reports full publication has been delayed by the EU, but excerpts have been recently released. FOX's Eben Brown speaks with Lahav Harkov, the Senior Contributing Editor and Diplomatic Correspondent of The Jerusalem Post, about those excerpts.
32 minutes | Jun 10, 2021
$109,000!? Is COVID Relief Giving Americans Too Much For Not Working?
President Biden recently released his 2022 budget which calls for over $6 trillion in spending for the coming fiscal year. Meanwhile, the country is still in pandemic emergency spending mode with federal unemployment benefits continuing until September 2021 and congressional Democrats already looking at the possibility of a fourth stimulus check. Ranking Member on the House Committee on Ways and Means Representative Kevin Brady (R-TX) joins to discuss how he believes the wasteful continued spending on COVID relief only serves to pile on to the national debt. He also discusses how Republicans seek to protect working people by preventing an increase in the capital gains tax, predicts voters will rebuke the Democratic agenda in 2022 and looks ahead to Republican prospects in 2024. Cryptocurrency is becoming more common as it gains popularity worldwide. China is creating is its own cryptocurrency, El Salvador is now going to accept cryptocurrency as a form of payment. Even the mayor of Miami, Florida is thinking about offering it to government employees as payment, if they want it. While crypto is growing it does come with a lot of risk as well, including ransomware attacks. The most recent one was the Colonial Pipeline attack that demanded payment in the digital currency, which is harder to trace. FOX Business Senior Correspondent Charlie Gasparino explains what cryptocurrency and block chains are, if there is a steady future for it, and the skepticism behind it. Plus, commentary by Dan Gainor, vice president for TechWatch, business and culture at the Media Research Center.
14 minutes | Jun 9, 2021
Evening Edition: Is China Eyeing Taiwan With Large Scale Military Buildup?
Top experts on China are describing the country's current military buildup as the largest one ever conducted during peacetime. Some speculate that the buildup could be a precursor to an invasion of Taiwan. U.S. Indo-Pacific Command wants nearly one billion dollars more in funding and more weapons sent to places like Guam but some lawmakers say it is just the Pentagon looking for more money during budget season. FOX's Trey Yingst speaks with FOX News Pentagon Correspondent Lucas Tomlinson about China's military buildup and where the United States military sees concern.
27 minutes | Jun 9, 2021
As Crime Surges, One GOP Governor Has A Unique Solution
Crime is on the rise in many big cities across America as law enforcement prepares for an uptick in violence this summer. Governor Asa Hutchinson (R-AR) weighs in on the surging crime rates across the U.S. and what is driving them. He also discusses the disparity in crack cocaine and powder cocaine sentencings and why he supports removing it to help repair community relationships with law enforcement and improve confidence in the criminal justice system. The United States continues to turn a corner on COVID-19 with cases of the virus sharply declining across the country and citizens continuing to get vaccinated. However in May, two small counties in Missouri saw their coronavirus numbers surge. Medical Director of the Linn County Health Department, Dr. Kendal Geno joins to discuss how the circumstances in his county aligned to create a large spike in coronavirus cases, how the county saw many people who had the virus become re-infected and how the issue of vaccine hesitancy contributed to his county's recent COVID-19 spread. Plus, commentary by Jimmy Failla, host of "Fox Across America."
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