Closing Arguments Begin in Former President Trump’s Hush Money Case

After several weeks and nearly two dozen witnesses, former President Donald Trump’s New York hush-money trial is finally wrapping up. Closing arguments begin Tuesday and won’t serve as evidence but will still provide jurors with key details before deliberations begin. The case remains in question because the defense must convince only one juror that prosecutors haven’t proved Trump’s guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. FOX News Contributor and former Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Andrew McCarthy joins to preview closing arguments and summarize Trump’s charges. 

Gen Z is facing a wealth problem, with individuals under the age of 35 having the lowest average net worth for any generation. A large part of that is rising debt. Many young adults are struggling to manage a budget, pay off student loans, and afford housing, while leisure spending among their generation continues. Author, financial expert, and host of The Rachel Cruze Show, Rachel Cruze joins the Rundown to discuss why the nation is facing record levels of consumer debt, how young people have taken a different approach to spending, and shares tips to pay down debt.

Plus, commentary from the host of OutKick’s Gaines for Girls podcast Riley Gaines.