On May 1st, Jordan Neely, a Black homeless man, died after being restrained in a chokehold for more than 10 minutes on the New York City subway by Marine veteran Daniel Penny. Now, Penny is facing second-degree manslaughter charges. Many are divided following Neely’s death, with sides torn over whether to paint Penny’s actions as those of a subway hero or dangerous vigilante. Phil Holloway, a criminal defense attorney and former police officer, joins the podcast for a conversation about what is considered “reasonable” when it comes to self-defense, his belief that Penny’s arrest was motivated in part by public opinion, and why he thinks the Neely defense attorneys may be at a disadvantage.

The first Republican presidential debate is only three months away, with Fox News Channel set to host. Until then, both declared and undeclared 2024 GOP candidates are seizing the opportunity to campaign in key states like Iowa and New Hampshire. Meanwhile, Democrats are projecting a difficult path forward in 2024, with President Biden performing poorly in national polls and an unfavorable Senate map threatening their majority. Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel joins the podcast to explain how the GOP is changing its strategy for this next election cycle. She explains how Republicans can counter Democrats, plans to attract more independents, and why she is confident the GOP can take the House, Senate, and White House in 2024.

Plus, commentary by Fox News Medical Contributor and author of “Panic Attack,” Dr. Nicole Saphier.