It was a busy week for President Biden, as he attended the G20 Summit in India and met with the Prime Minister of Vietnam in Hanoi. These trips come at a time when many Americans have been raising concerns about the President’s age and ability to serve a second term. After the President was interrupted by White House Press Secretary Karine Jean Pierre during a press conference in Vietnam when he appeared to be trailing off 25 minutes in, many eyebrows continued being raised about the President’s abilities. On the Rundown, FOX News Radio Political Analyst Josh Kraushaar joins to discuss recent polls showing both Democrat and Republican voters’ concerns about the President’s age, how his recent public appearances raise questions about his strength as commander-in-chief and the impact this could have on persuadable voters in 2024.
Yesterday marked 22 years since the attacks of 9/11. As the country held ceremonies to honor the heroes and remember the thousands killed, the mastermind of those attacks, Khalid Sheikh Mohammad and four other terror suspects remained detained at Guantanamo Bay with no trial in sight. With the case in limbo for years, many of the victims’ families feel justice is being denied. Former Assistant US Attorney for the Southern District of New York and FOX News Contributor Andy McCarthy, who has prosecuted terrorists in the past, explains why getting to a trial has proven challenging, what a potential plea deal could look like, and whether he thinks the terrorists behind 9/11 will avoid the death penalty.
Plus, commentary by Fox Nation host Tammy Bruce.