With more and more Americans getting vaccinated, will the U.S get back to normal for the summer? The CDC recommended this week that fully vaccinated people can gather in small groups indoors and don't have to wear masks when they are outside. Schools across the country are reopening at a steady pace across the U.S. Dr. Francis Collins, of the National Institutes of Health joins FOX News Washington Correspondent Rachel Sutherland to discuss if the U.S. will reach "herd immunity".
On Wednesday, Representative Liz Cheney (R-WY) tweeted "The 2020 presidential election was not stolen. Anyone who claims it was is ... poisoning our democratic system." Fox News Congressional Correspondent, Chad Pergram, discusses the divisions among House Republicans, why the Republican Conference may be looking to distance itself from Congresswoman Cheney, and what's ahead for a divided Republican party.
This week, President Biden toured the United States to promote his American Families Plan and American Jobs Plan; proposals the President describes as "once in a generation." G. William Hoagland, a Senior Vice President at the Bipartisan Policy Center, joins the podcast to discuss past government infusions such as President Roosevelt's "New Deal" or President Johnson's "Great Society", the effects of large-scale spending, and what past spending and increased tax rates can tell us about future job creation and economic prosperity.
The Pentagon is increasing defenses in Afghanistan to protect U.S. troops withdrawing from the country as America draws its longest war to a close. Rachel Sutherland speaks with FOX News Pentagon Correspondent Lucas Tomlinson about withdrawal process, and this past week's 10 year anniversary of the raid that killed former Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden.