This Week:

The CDC announced this week children as young as 12 can receive the coronavirus vaccine and that fully vaccinated Americans don’t have to wear their masks outside and inside in most situations. FOX News Washington Correspondent Rachel Sutherland speaks with Dr. Sally Goza, past president of American Academy of Pediatrics about vaccinating young people and how to reassure parents who may be worried about getting their children vaccinated.

On Wednesday, House Republicans voted by secret ballot to replace Congresswoman Liz Cheney (R-WY) as the Chair of The House Republican Conference. By Friday, the party had replaced Cheney with Representative¬†Elise Stefanik of New York’s 21st district. Fox News Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram discusses what this ousting of Representative Cheney says about Republican Party, and the state of her political future, as she plans to run again in 2022.

This week, President Biden met with the big four congressional leaders at the White House to discuss coming together on a definition of infrastructure. The following day, President Biden and Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg met with a group of Senate Republicans led by Senator¬†Shelley Moore Capito (R-WV), for a conversation which Senator Capito described “productive.” Fox News White House Correspondent, Peter Doocy, joins the podcast to discuss where President Biden’s proposals stand, and how lawmakers are doing in their pursuit of common ground.

Filling up the gas tank became a bigger chore this week as many drivers flew into a panic over the cyber-attack on the Colonial pipeline. Even as the pipeline reopened, the run on gas left pumps dry in parts of the east coast. Rachel Sutherland speaks with FOX Business Network contributor and Senior Account Executive and Market Analyst at the Price Futures Group, Phil Flynn about this week’s cyber-attack and what people should do if they’re planning on traveling for Memorial Day weekend.