What’s Fueling America’s Unrest?

The recent spate of anti-Israel protests on college campuses has raised a larger question of who is running schools, institutions, and newsrooms. In many cases, university faculty have come out in support of student protesters, despite some demonstrations featuring violence and anti-Semitism. Now in the midst of graduation season, students at some colleges have staged protests during commencement addresses, leading some of these ceremonies to be canceled altogether. Co-Founder of The Free Press and author of “Morning After the Revolution,” Nellie Bowles joins the Rundown to discuss the campus protests, how far left ideology has crept into campuses and institutions, and shares her rocky experiences working at The New York Times.

Jury selection began this week in a Manhattan courtroom for Senator Robert Menendez’s (D-NJ) corruption trial. The New Jersey lawmaker takes to the court for a second time, facing bribery charges, yet this time involving hundreds of thousands of dollars in gold bars. Menendez has expressed that he will not run for reelection in the Garden State as a Democrat, keeping open the possibility of running as an independent. FOX News Senior Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram joins to explain the charges the Senator faces and why he may pin it all on his wife of four years.

Plus, commentary from FOX News contributor Joe Concha. 

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