This Week:

President Biden gave his first news conference since taking office in January. The President faced questions from reporters on various topics including immigration, filibuster reform, voting rights and the U.S/China relationship. FOX News Correspondent Jessica Rosenthal speaks with former White House Press Secretary and FOX News Contributor Kayleigh McEnany and co-host of “The Five” and Democratic Strategist Juan Williams about the big takeaways and how the President performed.

President Joe Biden is urging the Senate to pass gun legislation following two recent mass shootings in Georgia and Colorado. Jared and FOX News Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram discuss why Congress has been unable to address the gun reform issue and if they have the votes to do so this time.

A chilly location for cold exchange. Last week, Secretary of State Antony Blinken and National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan met with top Chinese foreign affairs officials to discuss concerns over human rights abuses and trade deal failings. Since then, the United States and other western countries have imposed sanctions on China. Asian affairs expert Gordon G Chang speaks with Rachel about China’s increasing closeness with Russia and North Korea, the future of Chinese-American trade dealings, and the obscurity of information relating to the origins of Coronavirus. 

On Thursday, President Biden upped his goal of 100 million shots in arms in his first 100 days in office, to 200 million shots in arms. Fox News Medical Contributor Dr. Marty Makary discusses how the United States could improve its rate of inoculation, the merits of vaccinations for children under the age of 18, and the study being done on college students to test COVID-19 vaccines’ ability to stop the virus’ spread.