During his coverage of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine last year, FOX News Foreign Correspondent Benjamin Hall and his team were caught in a devastating Russian missile attack outside Kyiv. Cameraman Pierre Zakrzewski and journalist Sasha Kuvshynova were killed in the horrific shelling, and Hall was left with grave injuries. While in his wounded state, a team of special forces was sent to evacuate Benjamin from Ukraine and transport him to safety in Poland. He joins the Rundown to discuss the harrowing story of his attack, the rescue efforts made to ensure his survival, and his remarkable recovery, detailed in his book, “Saved: A War Reporter’s Mission To Make It Home.”
A Wall Street Journal-NORC poll released on Monday shows that many of the values that were once held up as defining aspects of the country now seem to be fading in importance for Americans. Patriotism, faith, hard work, and having children are just some of the values that the survey shows have seriously declined in comparison to just two decades ago. First, Fox News Contributor, former Congressman, and host of the ‘Jason in the House’ podcast, Jason Chaffetz, joins to explain what he believes is behind this major shift in American values and what the long-term consequences could be. Later, Democratic strategist and Fox News Contributor Leslie Marshall joins to explain where the backlash to patriotism is coming from and the lasting impact of political division.
Plus, commentary by former Trump Economic Adviser and economist at the Heritage Foundation Steve Moore.