Less than a month remains before South Carolina’s winner-take-all primary contest, between former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley and former President Trump. The former President has repeatedly called for Haley to drop out of the race, citing polling and lack of party support, but Haley insists the race is not over, until every voter makes their pick for the GOP nominee. Congressman Ralph Norman (R-SC-5) joins the Rundown to discuss why he put his support behind Nikki Haley, why he believes she has what it takes to beat the former President, and addresses GOP leadership urging Haley to drop out of the race before the South Carolina Primary.
Despite being on the decline for the last few years, drunk driving fatalities are increasing in the United States. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is working toward requiring new vehicles to include technology to detect when a driver is drunk. However, a future where cars prevent intoxicated persons from getting behind the wheel is still years away. On the Rundown, James C. Fell, a nationally recognized traffic safety researcher and a principal research scientist within NORC at the University of Chicago, explains the technology and what happens when one’s blood alcohol level goes beyond the legal limit.
Plus, commentary from host of the evening opinion show Tomi Lahren is Fearless on Outkick.com, Tomi Lahren.