Plenty of focus is on the GOP presidential primary race, while President Biden has had very few campaign events for his 2024 presidential race. Only two candidates, neither holding elected office, have challenged the President for the Democratic nomination, but due to their low poll numbers, he will all but certainly remain his party’s nominee. But who is President Biden’s heir apparent in 2028? FOX News Radio political analyst Josh Kraushaar joins the Rundown to explain how 2024 is shaping up for both parties, which Democrats appear to be waiting in the wings for their shot at commander in chief in 2028, and how key political moments can make or break would-be candidates and create future stars in the political parties.
For the first time since Chinese President Xi Jinping came into power in 2012, he will not attend this year’s annual G20 Summit in India. Though reports say China still plans to send their No. 2 leader, Premier Li Qiang — Jinping’s absence has raised eyebrows across the globe. Why would he miss out on representing China at one of the most influential gatherings of the year? Some wonder if the growth of India, where the Summit will be this year, and their growing relationship with the West may have led to China “rebuffing” the host country. Others voice concerns about what this could mean for the nation’s already fragile relationship with one of our top adversaries. On the Rundown, FOX’s Senior Foreign Affairs Correspondent Greg Palkot joins Alex Hogan to discuss what messages he believes the Chinese President is sending via his absence, how this reflects America’s “frosty” relations with the country, and how concerned world leaders should be that China seems to be distancing itself from the other members of the G20.
Plus, commentary from co-host of Fox & Friends Weekend and Host of ‘The Will Cain Podcast’ Will Cain.