Co-Host of “America’s Newsroom” and Cincinnati Bengals superfan Bill Hemmer joins Fox Across America With Jimmy Failla to analyze President Biden’s first year in office.

A new Politico/Morning Consult poll finds more than a third of the country gives the President an “F” for his first 12 months in the Oval Office. Only 11 percent of survey respondents give him an “A” so far. Bill thinks Biden needs to start distancing himself from the progressive wing of the Democratic Party in order to save his presidency.

“If you want to tack back to a more moderate presidency, the progressive movement in your party is not going with you. I think they’ve been trying to avoid that for a year. I think what else is interesting is so many people are writing and suggesting, coming on Fox, and these are Democrats too, some are analysts, they might fire someone. Well who do you fire? And they’re saying Ron Klain. There was a big piece in The New York Times. Bret Stephens was writing about it. He said get rid of Klain and get someone who is the equal to Joe Biden. He suggested someone like Tom Daschle. I don’t know if that’s the answer. I think what they’ve been trying to do is keep a tourniquet on this whole Center-Left part of the Democratic Party, and the Progressive Left. Up until about a couple weeks ago I think they were successful. They’re moving into a different phase of his presidency. If I were Biden, I want to be a success. I don’t want to have the last 12 months hanging on my record.”

Bill also tells Jimmy what it was like to be in the building for the Cincinnati Bengals’ first playoff win in 31 years.

Later, Senior Editor of The Federalist and Fox News contributor Mollie Hemingway stops by to debunk claims by Biden, Vice President Harris and other Democrats that there is voter suppression happening in certain Republican-controlled states.

To hear what else Bill and Mollie had to say, listen to the podcast!