This week:

Round three of the 2020 Democratic primary debate was held on Thursday in Houston, Texas. It was the first time all the leading Democratic candidates were on the same stage together. During the debate, the candidates tangled over critical issues including healthcare, gun legislation, climate change and criminal justice. FOX News Radio's National Correspondent Tonya J. Powers and FOX News Radio's Political Analyst Josh Kraushaar discuss the big takeaways.

Earlier this week, President Trump announced via Twitter that he fired his National Security Advisor John Bolton. The president saying Bolton "made some very big mistakes" while taking questions from the media earlier this week. Bolton disputes this characterization, saying he resigned. FOX's White House Correspondent Jon Decker discussed Bolton's departure and why he's not surprised about Bolton's exit.

Eighteen years ago on September 11, 2001 the U.S. suffered the worst terrorist attack in its modern history. Osama bin Laden who was the leader of the terrorist organization Al-Qaida the group responsible for 9/11, was known as the face of terrorism. Now, 18 years later a lot has changed. FOX News Radio's D.C. Correspondent Rachel Sutherland spoke to FOX News National Security & Foreign Policy expert Walid Phares on how terrorism has evolved following Osama bin Laden.

This week the House Judiciary Committee took a step forward and approved a resolution establishing rules for future impeachment hearings against President Trump.  But, there is still confusion about whether Democrats are united in moving forward with the impeachment process. FOX's Senior Capitol Hill producer Chad Pergram discusses the Democrats mixed messages on impeachment.

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