This week, Americans all across the country protested against police brutality following the death of George Floyd. Some protests became violent in areas like New York, Los Angeles and even Washington D.C. President Trump has been met with a lot of criticism on his handling and response to the protests. Hogan Gidley, Deputy Assistant to the President and Principal Deputy Press Secretary defends the White House's response to the riots, the President's support for the African American community and if the White House is concerned about a second wave of coronavirus following the nationwide protests.

The United States has seen better days. As business start to re-open, we are still seeing close to a thousand Americans die a day due to the coronavirus, millions are still out of work and violent protests breaking out across the nation. Chris Wallace, host of Fox News Sunday, discusses what he thinks was a bad week for America as well as President Trump. Plus, Wallace discusses the inspiration behind his new book, "Countdown 1945: The Extraordinary Story of the Atomic Bomb and the 116 Days That Changed the World."

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Plus, commentary by former Utah Congressman and Fox News Contributor Jason Chaffetz.