Today marks the 19th anniversary of 9/11 when the United States faced a series of terrorist attacks from terror group Al Qaeda. Fox News Washington Correspondent Rachel Sutherland speaks with Fox News National Security Correspondent Jennifer Griffin about the events of that day, and how Americans continue to remember this painful anniversary.
Recent polling shows that less than half of all respondents say that they would take a COVID-19 vaccine immediately, should one become available. As concerns around vaccines spike, more conversation around the politicization of a vaccine in an election year have cropped up. Fox News Contributor and Johns Hopkins Physician Dr. Marty Makary joins Jared to discuss the safety of a possible vaccine, and the politics that are in play.
On Thursday, Senate Democrats blocked a "skinny bill" from Senate Republicans for coronavirus relief. Since then, more doubts have been raised about another bill being passed on Capitol Hill before the November election. Fox News Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram joins Jared to discuss what might be next as lawmakers fail to reach a new deal.
As the Trump Administration's press office was addressing new tape released from a February interview with the President and Bob Woodward, President Trump has also announced a new peace agreement had been reached with Israel and Bahrain. Fox News Radio White House Correspondent Jon Decker discusses those events with Jared and speaks to President Trump about his nomination for a Nobel Peace Prize.