Many Americans were shocked after learning that classified Pentagon documents were leaked on Discord, an online platform used primarily for video game users to connect. Furthermore, when the leaker was revealed to be 21-year-old Jack Teixeira, an Airman First Class in the Massachusetts Air National Guard, the American public had even more questions. How did a young, low-ranking soldier have access to classified government information, and why did he expose U.S. intelligence information to potential adversaries when he is actively defending the country? On the Rundown, House Oversight & Accountability Committee Chairman, Congressman James Comer (R-KY), explains why he believes this leak may have taken place and how the occurrence reflects a “huge cyber security crisis” happening within the Pentagon. Later, he discusses what he hopes to learn from the House Oversight Committee’s upcoming hearing on President Biden’s 2021 withdrawal from Afghanistan and what other investigations the committee plans to prioritize in the coming months.

People may know Thomas Edison as the great inventor who perfected the incandescent light bulb and created revolutionary machines like the phonograph and the movie camera. However, there is another story to be told: the origins of Thomas Alva Edison as a boy before he would become an esteemed scientist and inventor. FOX News Contributor Raymond Arroyo joins the Rundown to discuss how he tells that story in his new book, The Unexpected Light of Thomas Alva Edison. He explains how Edison’s mother encouraged his learning and curiosity, what inspired him to first start inventing, and his philosophy of viewing failure as an important part of the invention process.

Plus, commentary by Fox & Friends co-host and host of The Brian Kilmeade Show, Brian Kilmeade.