Oklahoma Senator James Lankford (R-OK), the ranking member of the Border Management Subcommittee, joined Senator Kyrsten Sinema (I-AZ) in visiting Arizona’s southern border last month to address policy gaps and identify lasting solutions to better secure the nation’s southern border. The visit comes just weeks after Title 42, the pandemic-era policy allowing the United States to expel migrants on the basis of public health concerns, ended. As a result of the end of this policy, even more migrants were able to enter the country and claim asylum. Senator Lankford joins the Rundown to talk about why it is essential for the country to secure our border and reform immigration policy. Later, he explains why he believes the debt limit deal was bad for America and weighs in on the state of the 2024 GOP primary.
American CEOs like Tesla’s Elon Musk, JPMorgan’s Jamie Dimon, and Apple’s Tim Cook have each made trips to China recently. These trips underscore U.S. corporations’ intentions to maintain a friendly relationship with China to enjoy the economic benefits of their market. On the other hand, lawmakers in America see how the Chinese Communist Party has consistently stolen U.S. intellectual property and positioned itself as adversarial on the international stage. FOX Business White House Correspondent Edward Lawrence joins the Rundown to break down this concerning trend of friendly relationships between American businesses and the CCP, explaining how this could pose a national security threat and expose U.S. businesses to the risk of having their intellectual property stolen by China.
Plus, commentary by Jimmy Failla, host of “Fox Across America with Jimmy Failla.”