Trauma? Decrying the "trauma" inflicted upon his Supreme Court nominee by allegations of sexual assault, President Donald Trump stressed on Monday an FBI investigation into the accusations should be thorough but swift. "We don't want to go on a witch hunt, do we?" Trump asked toward the end of a lengthy and free-wheeling press availability in the Rose Garden that revealed his frustrations at the drawn out process. Seeking to rebut claims the White House is restricting the FBI's probe, Trump stressed the bureau should speak with whomever Republican senators want, including beleaguered nominee Brett Kavanaugh himself, whose name was not on an initial list of potential witnesses. Guy and Marie debate.
USMCA! The Trump administration reached a trade agreement with Canada over the weekend, paving the way for the president to sign a renegotiated agreement with both Canada and Mexico by November. Called the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, or USMCA, which President Trump referred to as "the most important" trade deal the administration has made so far, it marks the end of a tumultuous period between the three trade allies. Guy & Marie discuss.
Andrew McCarthy, contributing editor at National Review, fellow at the National Review Institute, and Fox News Contributor, joins Guy and Marie to give his take on the FBI investigation into allegations against Judge Kavanaugh.
AB Stoddard, associate editor and columnist at RealClearPolitics, dicusses Kavanaugh and trade.
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