Bret Baier's All-Star Panel

Bret Baier's All-Star Panel

Bret Baier - host of Special Report on The FOX News Channel - focuses on the most important topics on the minds of Americans. Bret is joined each week by a rotating all-star panel of experts to discuss the policies, practices and solutions to the biggest issues of the day.

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July 26, 2021 20 min
This week, Bret sits down with National Editor of The Cook Political Report Amy Walter, USA Today Washington Bureau Chief Susan Page and Chief Political Correspondent of "The Washington Examiner" Byron York to discuss protests outside the White House in support of freedom in Cuba.  Later, the panel discusses the status of the bipartisan infrastructure bill and how to address the spike in Delta variant COVID cases. 
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On a special edition of Bret Baier's All-Star Panel, Bret sits down with Josh Rogin, a Washington Post Columnist and author of Chaos Under Heaven: Trump, Xi, and the Battle for the Twenty-First Century. Rogin discusses what he believes is the issue underlying Dr. Anthony Fauci and Senator Rand Paul's sparring at a Congressional hearing this week. Rogin asks what the NIH was doing in labs in Wuhan, and what did Dr. Fauci kno...
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This week, Bret sits down with?Co-Founder and President of RealClearPolitics?Tom Bevan, National Political Correspondent for NPR?Mara Liasson,?and Republican Strategist and former Campaign Manager for Senator Scott Brown,?Colin Reed?to discuss President Biden's continued push for his latest infrastructure package. Later, the panel discusses rising fears of?inflation?and the?severity of the COVID-19 Delta variant. Follow Bret ...
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July 12, 2021 28 min
This week, Bret sits down with Wall Street Journal Columnist Bill McGurn, Democratic Strategist and Syndicated Talk Show Host Leslie Marshall and Co-Founder of The Dispatch and Host of The Remnant Podcast Jonah Goldberg to discuss the growing concerns surrounding the Taliban’s advances in Afghanistan. Later, the panel discusses the protesters calling for democracy in Cuba and how President Biden should address the demands for free...
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This week, Bret revisits panel discussions over the course of President Biden’s time in office to hear how his administration has dealt with foreign affairs. Bret and the panel discuss the southern border crisis, the investigation into COVID-19 origins in the Wuhan Lab, President Biden’s meeting with Vladimir Putin, and more. Follow Bret on Twitter: @BretBaier
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This week, Bret sits down with Political Editor at The National Journal Josh Kraushaar, Former South Carolina Congressman Trey Gowdy, and Founding Executive Director of Georgetown University’s Institute of Politics and Public Service Mo Elleithee to discuss President Biden’s upcoming visit to Wisconsin and opposing viewpoints on his infrastructure bill.  Later, the panel discusses former President Trump’s return to the campaign tra...
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This week, Bret sits down with National Editor of The Cook Political Report Amy Walter, USA Today Washington Bureau Chief Susan Page, and Former State Department Spokesperson and Senior Advisor to the Scowcroft Center at the Atlantic Council Morgan Ortagus to discuss President Biden's handling of affairs with China and Russia. Later, the panel debates how the Biden Administration's political agenda will change looking ahea...
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This week, Bret sits down with Founding Editor at The Washington Free Beacon and AEI Resident Fellow Matthew Continetti, Washington Post Columnist and AEI Resident Fellow Marc Thiessen and former Congressman Harold Ford Jr. (D-TN), to discuss President Biden's agenda during his first trip overseas as president. Later, the panel reflects on the President's decision not to hold a joint press conference with Russian President...
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This week, Bret sits down with co-founder of The Dispatch and Host of The Remnant Podcast Jonah Goldberg, Democratic Strategist and Syndicated Talk Show Radio Host Leslie Marshall and Republican Strategist and former Campaign Manager for Senator Scott Brown Colin Reed to discuss Vice President Harris’ efforts to discover root causes of the border crisis during her visit to Mexico and Guatemala. Later, the panel discusses President...
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May 31, 2021 23 min
This week, we revisit two panel discussions over the course of the pandemic to hear how coronavirus impacted the 2020 campaign, America’s economy and changed the perspective of the upcoming midterm elections. Bret and the panel discuss policies put into place as a response to COVID-19 and the lasting monetary impact after a disappointing jobs report in April of 2021. Follow Bret on Twitter: @BretBaier
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This week, Bret sits down with Co-founder and President of RealClearPolitics Tom Bevan, Political Correspondent for NPR Mara Liasson and Chief Political Correspondent at the Washington Examiner Byron York to discuss the one-year anniversary of George Floyd’s death and how President Biden is honoring his memory. The panel also weighs in on a bipartisan police reform bill that is still under review and the latest reports on the orig...
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This week, Bret sits down with USA Today Washington Bureau Chief Susan Page, Founding Editor at The Washington Free Beacon and AEI Resident Fellow Matthew Continetti and Editor and CEO of The Dispatch and Host of The Dispatch Podcast Steve Hayes to discuss the Biden administration’s mixed messaging on mask guidance.  The panel also weighs in on the Colonial Pipeline resuming normal operations after last week's cyber-attack, an...
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This week, Bret sits down with former Congressman Harold Ford Jr. (D-TN), former Campaign Manager for Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown and GOP Strategist Colin Reed, and Political Editor at National Journal Josh Kraushaar to discuss the continued struggles of the U.S. economy due to the pandemic, after April's jobs report did not meet expectations. The panel weighs in on the full week of congressional meetings potentially pav...
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This week, Bret sits down with former DNC Communications Director and Executive Director of the Institute of Politics and Public Service at Georgetown University, Mo Elleithee, AEI Resident Fellow and Columnist for The Washington Post, Marc Thiessen, and Founding Editor and Pollster at Echelon Insights, Kristen Soltis-Anderson. They discuss the ability for lawmakers in Washington to reach bipartisan agreement on infrastructure and ...
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This week, Bret sits down with National Editor of the Cook Political Report Amy Walter, Co-Founder and President of RealClearPolitics Tom Bevan and Main Street columnist for The Wall Street Journal Bill McGurn to discuss the Biden administration’s accomplishments and future agenda as it nears President Biden’s first 100 days in office. The panel also weighs in on immigration and border security, impact the Derek Chauvin trial verd...
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This week, Bret sits down with Founding Editor of The Washington Free Beacon and AEI Resident Fellow Matthew Continetti, former Campaign Manager for Senator Scott Brown and Republican Strategist Colin Reed and Democratic Strategist and Syndicated Talk Radio Host Leslie Marshall to discuss President Biden's willingness to compromise on his infrastructure plan in a bipartisan meeting with lawmakers.  The panel also discusses how...
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This week, Bret sits down with Former Education Secretary Bill Bennett, Editor and CEO of The Dispatch and Co-Host of The Dispatch Podcast Steve Hayes, and Democratic Strategist Mary Anne Marsh to discuss how President Biden’s $2 trillion infrastructure plan is being received by Democrats and Republicans in Congress. The panel discusses the role that progressive policies have had in the Biden administration so far, how taxes and d...
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This week, Bret sits down with Former Communications Director of the DNC and Executive Director of the Institute of Politics and Public Service at Georgetown University Mo Elleithee, Editor of Townhall.com and Fox News Contributor Katie Pavlich and Political Editor at the National Journal Josh Kraushaar to discuss the difficulty President Biden could have in passing his proposed infrastructure plan and tax hikes if Democrats on the...
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This week, Bret sits down with USA Today Washington Bureau Chief Susan Page, ‘Main Street’ Columnist at Wall Street Journal Bill McGurn, and Founding Editor and Pollster at Echelon Insights Kristen Soltis-Anderson discuss how President Biden’s first solo press conference gave further insight on his administration's focus on COVID-19 and the border crisis.  The panel discusses the current threat of a fourth wave of the pandemic...
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This week, Bret sits down with Co-Founder and President of RealClearPolitics Tom Bevan, National Editor of The Cook Political Report Amy Walter, and Founding Editor at The Washington Free Beacon and AEI Resident Fellow Matthew Continetti to discuss how the crisis at the U.S.- Mexico border has escalated and how the Biden administration is dealing with it.  The panel also discusses the problems Democrats in Congress may have in pas...
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