This Week:

Americans watched as the second impeachment trial for former President Donald J. Trump unfolded on Capitol Hill. Jared and FOX News Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram discuss the week’s events, the arguments from the impeachment managers, and the response the former President’s attorneys will lay out in the days to come.

As the Coronavirus pandemic approaches its year anniversary, virus guidelines continue to pour out of the nation’s capital. Fox News Medical Contributor Dr. Marty Makary discusses vaccine distribution, and what kind of progress Americans can expect in the months ahead. Plus, RADAM Dr. Michael Iademarco, lead for the COVID-19 Joint Command Cell Testing and Diagnostic Workgroup at the Department of Health and Human Services, explains how continued testing can help the United States to mitigate the pandemic’s impacts while the country waits for wide-spread vaccination.

As an impeachment trial plays out on Capitol Hill, lawmakers are looking to pass more COVID-19 stimulus before existing benefits expire in mid-March. Rep. Tom Reed (R-NY) of the Problem Solvers Caucus discusses what’s in President Biden’s proposed 1.9 trillion-dollar relief bill, and why he thinks the bill is a long way from having bi-partisan support.

In the wake of the insurrection at the Capitol in January, Defense Secretary General Lloyd Austin is attempting to address extremism in the military. Fox News National Security Correspondent, Jennifer Griffin discusses how the Pentagon is looking to define extremism.