President Biden’s Support For Israel Wavers After Aid Workers Inadvertently Killed

The border crisis continues, as mayors of Democratic cities call out leadership in Republican states such as Florida and Texas, for choosing to bus migrants north. This as President Biden has also come under fire over a recent phone call with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, where he called for a cease-fire following an Israeli strike that inadvertently killed aid workers in Gaza. Congresswoman Nicole Malliotakis (R-NY-11) joins the Rundown to discuss how New York City has handled the migrant crisis, gives her thoughts on the impeachment efforts against DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, and weighs in on President Biden’s support for Israel. 

There is still time for the candidates to win over Gen Z voters, with just a few months until Election Day. Tufts University estimates that 41 million people between the ages of 18 and 27 are eligible to vote this year. However, it may take more than a TikTok account or Twitter post to persuade them to head to the polls. In fact, persuading Gen Z folks of anything may prove to be a bigger challenge than with previous generations. Professor of Psychology at San Diego State University, Dr. Jean Twenge, joins the podcast to discuss her research on why Gen Z is more pessimistic than other generations, what both political parties misunderstand about young voters, and how the advent of smartphones has contributed to increased youth anxieties.

Plus, commentary from FOX Across America host Jimmy Failla.

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