This Week:

President Biden announced the U.S. will withdraw all of its troops from Afghanistan by September 11th 2021, saying it’s time to end America’s longest war. The deadline, pushed back from the Trump administration’s original May withdrawal, will now fall on the 20-year anniversary of the September 11th attacks. Jared and FOX News Sunday Anchor Chris Wallace discuss the President’s decision and the risk involved.

This week, the FDA and CDC recommended a pause in the distribution of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine. This comes after reports of rare blood clot side effects in six U.S. women who received the shot, resulting in one death. FOX News Washington Correspondent Rachel Sutherland speaks with Professor of Surgery and Health Policy at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and FOX News Medical Contributor Dr. Marty Makary on the decision to pause the vaccine and what the process entails when a medicine is paused.

What is infrastructure? That’s the big questions as Democrats push to redefine the term as they try and pass President Biden’s $2.3-trillion dollar proposal. The president invited bipartisan groups of lawmakers to the White House to discuss the bill and to hear alternatives. One of the lawmakers that attended was Rep. David Price (D-NC) who spoke to Jared about his meeting with the President in the Oval Office.

Is the U.S. economy turning a corner after a year of shutdowns due to the coronavirus pandemic? Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said recently we are at an “inflection point” with expectations of growth and hiring picking up, but still he cautioned that the COVID-19 virus remained a threat to the economic rebound.  Rachel speaks with FOX Business Anchor David Asman about Chairman Powell’s optimism and this week’s job’s report.