On December 9th the Justice Department's Inspector General Michael Horowitz will release his highly anticipated report on the F.B.I's conduct during the Russia investigation, including the origins of the probe and whether the Bureau abused its surveillance powers. Will the report's results allow the Trump administration to shift the conversation away from the impeachment fight? FOX's Digital Politics reporter Brooke Singman and Former DOJ prosecutor James Trusty discuss what to expect from the IG report.
There may be fewer deportations under President Trump than under the Obama Administration, but the situation at the border has become dire for other reasons. A record number of immigrants are at detention centers and the backlog of immigration-related court cases is growing. FOX News Correspondent William LaJeunesse discusses whether President Trump's policies at the border are working.
Plus, commentary by former Utah Congressman Jason Chaffetz (R-UT).