On Tuesday, President-Elect Joe Biden announced nominees and appointees for several foreign policy and national security positions. This announcement came following the General Services Administration's decision to begin the formal transition process with the Biden team. FOX News National Correspondent Jacqui Heinrich, who is covering the Biden transition team, discusses the familiarity of the President-Elect's foreign policy selections, the impact of the GSA's announcement, and what the Biden team has indicated about their prospective leadership.
As President-Elect Joe Biden prepares to take office, he faces several hard decisions. Among those, resolutions about the United States' longest war. Fox News Washington Correspondent Rachel Sutherland speaks with Fox News National Security Correspondent Jennifer Griffin about recent action from the Trump administration and what the President-Elect looks to inherit in the Middle East.
The Trump administration prioritized trade with China and a willingness to meet with North Korea's leader. Jared and the President of Eurasia Group and GZERO Media, Ian Bremmer, discuss what's ahead for the United States' relations in Asia.
Earlier this month, the International Atomic Energy Agency reported that Iran has nearly 12 times the allowed limit of enriched uranium under a 2015 nuclear agreement. Meanwhile, the President-Elect has indicated returning the US to the Iran Nuclear Deal. In this segment, Jared sits down with Fox News Contributor and former communications advisor to Secretary of State John Kerry, Marie Harf, to discuss what might be ahead for a Biden national security team.
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