Lawmakers have long been skeptical of TikTok due to the platform’s content and alleged ties to the Chinese government. This week, the House Energy and Commerce Committee held a hearing in which TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew responded to questions posed by members of the House related to data privacy, harmful content, and national security. FOX News Senior Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram speaks with FOX Business Washington Correspondent Grady Trimble to discuss their takeaways from the hearing, and the future of the app as lawmakers consider a possible ban.


Tensions between the United States and Mexico have escalated recently after four Americans were kidnapped and two were killed by the Gulf Cartel. Lawmakers have been divided on how to handle issues relating to border security and the country’s growing fentanyl crisis. Congressman Dan Crenshaw (R-TX) discusses the United States’ future of working with Mexico, his reactions to the latest illegal border crossings, and legislation he introduced that would target cartels without labeling them terrorist organizations.