On Friday, President Biden hosted South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida at Camp David to strengthen the United States’ relationship with the countries while deterring China’s influence. The two leaders put aside historical grievances to establish military cooperation with the U.S. amid growing tensions with China and North Korea. FOX News White House Correspondent Jacqui Heinrich provides a recap of the summit and discusses the policy and commitments made by the three leaders.

Historic wildfires continue to sweep across Hawaii’s third most populated island, Maui, resulting in over one hundred casualties. As rescue efforts continue, locals are criticizing the state’s lawmakers for not utilizing its emergency sirens to notify residents about the blaze. President Joe Biden will visit the Island state on Monday, after facing increased pressure to do so as he made very few remarks about the catastrophe, despite signing a federal disaster declaration last week. Former Administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency Craig Fugate joins to discuss how visiting the island too early will do more harm than good and how the flames will impact Hawaii’s pre-existing housing crisis.