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14 minutes | 9 hours ago
FOX News Rundown Extra: Ari Fleischer On The Mistakes President Joe Biden Must Avoid In His First 100 Days
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have been sworn in as President and Vice President of the U.S.. The theme of President Biden's inauguration was "America United" despite the country's deep division. On the FOX News Rundown this week, Former White House press secretary to former President George W. Bush and FOX News Contributor Ari Fleischer joined host Lisa Brady to discuss President Biden's push for unity, what to expect from the Biden administration and how he thinks the media will treat the new administration compared to the Trump administration. Fleischer detailed what President Biden should focus on in first 100 days and also what mistakes she should avoid. The conversation was too long and we could not include all of it on our final segment. On the FOX NEWS Rundown Extra, you will hear our complete, unedited interview with. former President George W. Bush and FOX News Contributor Ari Fleischer.
17 minutes | a day ago
FOX News Rundown Extra: What Republicans And President Joe Biden Can (And Can't) Agree On
President Biden took office this week with the benefit of his party having the majority in both the House and Senate. However the majorities are very slim. That means the new President and the Democrats may still need the help of Republicans if they want anything to pass. On the FOX News Rundown this week, host Dave Anthony spoke to freshman Republican Congresswoman Stephanie Bice about what, if anything, her party and the Biden Administration can see eye-to-eye on. Rep. Bice of Oklahoma's 5th congressional district also discusses the politics behind President Trump's impeachment and why Republicans like her challenged the presidential election results over two weeks ago. The conversation was too long and we could not include all of it on our final segment. On the FOX NEWS Rundown Extra, you will hear everything Rep. Bice had to say including her expectations for the Biden Administration and the state of the Republican party.
30 minutes | 2 days ago
"Amnesty"? President Biden's Immigration Policies Not Unifying Washington
In just his first few hours in office, President Biden signaled he will create a stark change in immigration policy. Besides signing a series of executive orders that reverse some of President Trump’s most emblematic and controversial policies, the Biden administration released an outline of a sweeping immigration reform bill that includes a path to citizenship for unauthorized immigrants. Some Republicans were quick to criticize President Biden’s actions, calling them “amnesty.” FOX News Correspondent Gillian Turner breaks down the Biden immigration policies, their motivation and whether there is any appetite in Congress to pass immigration legislation. Beyond a bold immigration plan, President Biden will need Congress to help him pass some of the big items on his agenda. Chris Wallace, host of FOX News Sunday, discusses what he thought of President Biden's plan for his first 100 Days, the likelihood he can get any of his ideas through Congress and whether his pleas for unity will have an impact. Plus, commentary by former White House speechwriter & Fox News Contributor Marc Thiessen.
32 minutes | 3 days ago
President Biden Begins Term With Big Promises, Pleas For Unity
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris were sworn in as President and Vice President of the U.S. on Wednesday. The theme of President Biden's inauguration was "America United" despite the country's deep division. Former White House press secretary to former President George W. Bush and FOX News Contributor Ari Fleischer and former consultant to the Obama campaign, Marjorie Clifton weigh in on the Inauguration, President Biden's push for unity and what to expect from the Biden administration. President Biden takes office having Congress on his side. However, because of slim majorities in the both the House and the Senate, Democrats may still need the help of Republicans if they want anything to pass. Congresswoman Stephanie Bice is one of the new Republican House members who flipped her district red last November. Rep. Bice of Oklahoma's 5th congressional district, discusses where she thinks her party can find common ground with President Biden. She also weighs in on President Trump's impeachment and why Republicans like her challenged the presidential election results. Plus, commentary by FOX News Political Analyst and co-host of The Five, Juan Williams.
31 minutes | 4 days ago
What Joe Biden Must Say During His Inaugural Address
Today President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris will be sworn in as President and Vice President of the United States. The inauguration will be extremely scaled down compared to past inaugural events due to the coronavirus pandemic and on ongoing tensions following the riot on Capitol Hill on January 6th. Fox News Chief Political Anchor and host of Special Report, Bret Baier previews today's Inauguration ceremony, what we can expect from a President Biden speech and what we can expect from the 46th President's administration. A lot can change with a new President taking over, including how he is covered in the press. President Trump battled newspapers and networks over many stories that he called "fake news." Other times he would take his thoughts to Twitter and call members of the press "the enemy of the people." Now, President Biden will take over and have a different approach. Howie Kurtz is a Fox News analyst, host of "MediaBuzz", the MediaBuzzmeter podcast and author of "Media Madness: Donald Trump, The Press and the War Over the Truth." He discusses the media's testy relationship with President Trump and how it will differ under a Biden Administration. Plus, commentary by Robert Jeffress, Fox News contributor and pastor of the Dallas First Baptist Church.
32 minutes | 5 days ago
Will The Biden Agenda Hit A Road Block Out Of The Gate?
The Senate goes back into session today with an impeachment trial looming and the coronavirus still surging. The House impeached the President, accusing him of inciting the deadly Capitol attack earlier this month. That riot has prompted more than 20-thousand National Guard troops to patrol the city ahead of the inauguration of Joe Biden that will take place tomorrow. Mike Emanuel, FOX News chief congressional correspondent, discusses the ongoing fallout over the January 6th violence at the Capitol, the politics behind the impeachment and whether they will derail President Joe Biden’s first 100 days. President-elect Joe Biden unveiled his COVID-19 vaccine rollout plan to meet his promised goal of 100-million coronavirus vaccinations by the end of his first 100 days in the White House. The vaccine rollout has been off to a rocky start and criticized by many as too slow, with more pressure than ever to get people vaccinated as more new virus strains come to light. Former CDC Director and President and CEO of “Resolve to Save Lives” Dr. Tom Frieden weighs in on what the Biden administration can do to increase vaccinations and lower the spread. He also explains why it’s important to continue to wear masks even if you have been vaccinated. Plus, commentary by former deputy national security adviser K.T. McFarland.
30 minutes | 6 days ago
Security Takes Center Stage For A Unique Inauguration Day
As Washington D.C. prepares for Inauguration Day on Wednesday, January 20th, security remains a significant concern after the violent storming of Capitol building nearly two weeks ago. Security risks continue to be scrutinized by government authorities as they assess potential threats. Former FBI Investigator Bill Daly joins to give his assessment of what security shortcomings contributed to the chaos of the Capitol riot, the impact of domestic terror and extremist groups in the U.S., how the FBI and other agencies will work together to ensure a safe Inauguration Day. Darryl Strawberry played 17 seasons of major league baseball. He is an eight-time all-star with four World Series rings. He is also co-star of one of the more popular “Simpsons” episodes of all time, "Homer at the Bat." During his career, he also battled drug problems and legal issues. He joins to discuss his new book, “Turn Your Season Around: How God Transforms Your Life” and how he turned his life around. Plus, commentary by Paul J. Batura, Vice President of Communications at Focus on the Family.
17 minutes | 7 days ago
FOX News Rundown Extra: Dr. Drew On Battling The Coronavirus ... And His Critics.
Just over a year after China reported its' first known death, coronavirus continues to spread around the world. Last spring, Dr. Drew Pinsky, a board certified internist, TV host and podcaster, took heat for comments some critics said downplayed the virus. The well-known celebrity doctor later apologized. Then, back in December, Dr. Drew Pinsky announced he had contracted the virus and was dealing with some of its more severe symptoms. Earlier this week on the FOX NEWS Rundown, Dr. Drew Pinsky joined host Dave Anthony to discuss his concerns over the vaccine rollout, his own battle with the coronavirus and to address critics who mocked his diagnosis. He also weighed in lockdown policies and how his home state of California was dealing with the outbreak. The conversation was too long and we could no include all of it in our original segment. On the FOX NEWS Rundown Extra you will hear more of Dr. Drew's take on our country's virus response, his critics and why he still optimistic that America will get through this health crisis soon.
19 minutes | 8 days ago
FOX News Rundown Extra: The Winners And Losers From President Trump's Second Impeachment
President Trump has condemned January 6th's deadly siege on the U.S. Capitol, appealing for no more violence, but he's now the only American President to be impeached twice. While Democrats unanimously backed the decision, could it backfire on them? Or is this the end of the Trump era for Republicans? And how will the fight over the outgoing President's fate affect both parties in the 2022 midterms? Earlier this week, host Lisa Brady spoke to Real Clear Politics President Tom Bevan shortly after the bipartisan House vote was final. He weighed in on the politics that drove the Democrats' decision to impeach and how that historic move would impact both parties and President-elect Joe Biden's first 100 days. The conversation was too long and we could not include all of it in our original segment. Because Bevan had some much insight on the impeachment vote and its potential political consequences, we thought we'd let you hear it all on today's FOX News Rundown Extra.
34 minutes | 9 days ago
The Democrats' Impeachment Dilemma
It's the end of President Trump's last full week in office. A term he'll be allowed to complete, with a Senate impeachment trial waiting until after President-elect Joe Biden is sworn in Wednesday. The political fight over President Trump's fate creates a dilemma for Democrats, as it could partially overshadow the Biden administration's agenda and stall any plans for its first 100 days. Chris Wallace host of FOX News Sunday discusses impeachment, what is next for President Trump, President-elect Biden and the nation. Organizers for President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration are boosting security in response to growing concerns after last week's attack on the Capitol. Former CIA Station Chief and Fox News contributor Dan Hoffman weighs in on what went wrong during the Capitol Hill riots. Hoffman also discusses what domestic terrorism is and how big of a threat it is to our nation. Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers. Plus, commentary by former Congressman and Fox News contributor Jason Chaffetz.
15 minutes | 10 days ago
Evening Edition: Sec. Azar Says Taiwan Gave Us First Coronavirus Warning
Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar, speaking to the Heritage Foundation Thursday, said that it was Taiwan that gave us the first indication there was new, worrisome disease emerging from China. Taiwan is not a member of the WHO and is sometimes a point of contention between the United States and China. FOX’s Eben Brown speaks to Dean Cheng, Senior Fellow at the Heritage Foundation, about Secretary Azar's comments and what they mean for our relations with both Taiwan and China.
31 minutes | 10 days ago
The Politics That Drove The Second Impeachment Of President Trump
On Wednesday the House of Representatives voted to impeach President Trump for incitement of insurrection, making him the first President in American history to be impeached twice. Tom Bevan, co-founder and president of RealClearPolitics weighs in on what happens next. You can add YouTube to the list of sites and apps that have blocked President Trump. He has already be permanently banned on Twitter, and indefinitely taken off Facebook and Instagram. President Trump and other Republicans have complained about social media companies censoring or blocking conservative postings. Blake Burman, Senior Washington Correspondent for FOX Business, discusses the politics and money behind banning President Trump and why many of those platforms back President-elect Joe Biden. Plus, commentary by Jim Daly, president of Focus on the Family.
32 minutes | 12 days ago
"Terrifying Time": Is Big Tech Trying To Crush Conservative Speech?
House Democrats introduced an impeachment resolution against President Trump on Monday for incitement of an "insurrection," just days after the Capitol siege. Social media giants Twitter and Facebook have also banned the President from their platforms following the riot this week and Facebook and Instagram announced they will be removing content containing the phrase "stop the steal" ahead of President-elect Joe Biden's Inauguration. Martha MacCallum, anchor of The Story on the FOX News Channel weighs in on the criticism following big tech's decision to remove the President, what this means for free speech in America and why lawmakers are pushing to impeach President Trump again. Despite the rollout of the vaccine, the coronavirus crisis continues to get worse. Nationwide this month, we have already had daily all-time highs in the number of deaths and in new Covid cases. Dr. Drew Pinsky, a board certified internist, TV host and podcaster discusses his experience with Covid-19, his concerns over lockdown policies and vaccine distribution and addresses remarks he made last spring that some say downplayed the virus. Plus, commentary by Retired Staff Sergeant and FOX News Contributor Johnny Joey Jones.
10 minutes | 13 days ago
Evening Edition: Biden Picks Longtime Diplomat To Head CIA
President-elect Biden has named former Ambassador and Deputy Secretary of State William Burns as his choice to head the Central Intelligence Agency. Burns looks to have bipartisan appeal with a three decade long career in government working under both Republican and Democrat administrations but, some in the GOP may not like his role in the Iran nuclear deal. FOX’s Gurnal Scott speaks to FOX's Tonya J. Powers about William Burn's background and service in government.
29 minutes | 13 days ago
Democrats And Republicans Split Once More On Impeachment
The country saw a violent siege of the U.S. Capitol Wednesday, with alarming images of protesters storming the building while lawmakers attempted to certify the Electoral College results from the 2020 election. There is strong belief from both parties that President Trump provoked this violence with his rhetoric and as a result Twitter has permanently suspended his account and Democratic Congressional leadership is pushing to impeach him once more. GOP Strategist Brad Blakeman and Democrat FOX Contributor Richard Fowler join to discuss the merits of this impeachment effort and what Twitter’s banning of the President means for the future of Big Tech. When the Biden Administration takes over on January 20th, it won’t just mean a new chapter for America. The news industry will likely face some major changes as well. President-elect Joe Biden is expected to give the media less access and have a much different relationship with the press. Bill Hemmer, Chief Fox News anchor, host of Bill Hemmer reports and Host of the Hemmer Time podcast, discusses what it was like to cover the Trump administration and the major events of the past year, and what he expects from a Biden White House. Plus, commentary by Guy Benson, host of "The Guy Benson Show."
18 minutes | 14 days ago
FOX NEWS Rundown Extra: Rep. Kat Cammack On How To Restore Faith In Our Election System
Americans are still in shock over the violent protests that breached the U.S. Capitol Building on Wednesday. Congress is facing a lot of tough questions including how do they curb the anger dividing our country and help restore faith in our institutions. Earlier this week, host Lisa Brady spoke to Florida Republican Congresswoman Kat Cammack about the Wednesday's violence, the anger that inspired it and what needs to be done to rebuild confidence in our election system and Democracy. The interview was too long and we could not include it all of it in our original segment. On The FOX News Rundown Extra, we will bring you Lisa Brady's entire conversation so you can get the freshmen Republican's full perspective on the state of our country and how she thinks we can heal.
20 minutes | 15 days ago
FOX News Rundown Extra: Trey Gowdy On The Media, Our Politics And America's Deepening Divide
On Wednesday evening, as Capitol police were still trying to restore calm and members of Congress were seeking shelter from violent protesters, FOX News Radio's Gurnal Scott spoke with former South Carolina Rep. Trey Gowdy. During the interview that aired earlier this week on The FOX News Rundown, the two discussed what could have led to that events that were still unfolding and how we could possibly find a way heal as a nation. Gowdy, host of The Trey Gowdy Podcast, reflected on his time in Congress and how he felt our political system and media have contributed to the divide. The interview was too long and we could not include it all of it in our original segment. On The FOX News Rundown Extra, we will bring you Gurnal Scott's entire conversation with former Congressman Trey Gowdy.
11 minutes | 16 days ago
Evening Edition: COVID-19 Surge And Lockdowns Effect December Jobs Report
Job growth slowed in December and some economists put blame on a fall surge of COVID-19 and the lockdowns that were implemented. The leisure and hospitality industries saw especially large job losses due to layoffs at bars and restaurants. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Al Lord, the founder of Lexerd Capital Management, about the latest jobs report and where investors should put their money in 2021.
29 minutes | 16 days ago
Has America's Divide Become Our Biggest Threat?
Some members of Congress are urging that President Trump be removed from office by invoking the 25th Amendment of the Constitution. This following Wednesday's riots inside the U.S. Capitol by Trump supporters. Rep. Kat Cammack (R-FL) and Rep. Slotkin (D-MI) weigh in on the violence, if they think the President should be removed and how the country moves forward from this. It was quite a news week. President-elect Joe Biden had his Electoral College victory solidified by Congress. Democrats Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff won both Senate runoff races in Georgia, giving their party control of the Senate. But it was Wednesday's riot at the Capitol building in Washington D.C. that Americans will never forget. Chris Wallace, host of FOX News Sunday, discusses the violence that broke out at the Capitol, how it will impact Trump's legacy and what the Democrats' control of the Senate means for the Biden administration and the direction of the country. Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers. Plus, commentary by Deroy Murdock, FOX News Contributor and Contributing Editor with National Review.
12 minutes | 17 days ago
Evening Edition: Congress Will Hold Investigation Into Capitol Hill Siege
A day after the Capitol was stormed by Trump supporters, investigations have been announced into the incident. Both Congress and the Department of Justice will conduct their own investigations. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with FOX's Chief Congressional Correspondent Mike Emanuel, in Washington D.C., about what he experienced and the investigation into the siege.
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