With a deadline to avoid a default approaching sooner than expected, President Biden has invited the four top Congressional leaders to discuss the ongoing debt ceiling standoff. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has warned that the nation could potentially default on its debt by June 1st, meaning the country would not have enough money to pay its bills. The President has maintained that the debt limit must be raised with no conditions, leading many to wonder whether the upcoming meeting will lead to a resolution. FOX News Senior Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram previews the President’s debt limit meeting and discusses the consequences of failing to raise the debt limit.
75 years ago, President Harry Truman recognized Israel after the country declared itself an independent Jewish state. Since then, the United States has maintained a solid relationship with the country, with House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (CA-20) and House Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries (NY-08) both paying bipartisan visits. However, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has not been extended the customary invitation to the White House after his win last year, raising concerns about judicial overhaul legislation as well as the right-wing coalition. Deputy National Secretary Advisor for the Middle East and North African Affairs during the Trump Administration Victoria Coates reassures listeners that Congress will continue to support the security relationship between the two nations, but says she cannot say the same about the Biden Administration.