This Week:

On Friday President Trump terminated the U.S. relationship with the World Health Organization after the United States passed 100,000 deaths due to the Coronavirus. This as 40 million people are out of work and hundreds of thousands of businesses closed, Eric Hargan is Deputy Secretary of Health and Human Services discusses what the Trump administration is doing to safely re-open the country.

President Trump signed an Executive Order this week after his tweets were fact-checked and flagged by Twitter, regarding vote-by-mail fraud concerns and the recent riots in Minneapolis. Fox News Radio's White House Correspondent Jon Decker discusses the controversy and FOX's Chief Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram explains the new way Congress is voting during Coronavirus.

Due to the Coronavirus, lawmakers are thinking up ways for U.S. citizens to cast their ballots this November. Many hoping to make mail-in voting work, but President Trump believes this could lead to voter fraud. Several states conduct their voting by mail regularly and Jared spoke with two of them. Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman and Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold explain how the process works in their states.

Hurricane season begins Monday and the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration is warning of an "above-normal" season. In the midst of a global pandemic, what are residents supposed to do if they need to flee from the path of danger? Gerry Bell is a hurricane climate specialist and research meteorologist at NOAA's Climate Prediction Center and explains what you can expect this hurricane season.