Fox News’ Sean Hannity discusses the issues surrounding mail-in voting, presumptive Democratic candidate Joe Biden’s campaign and his new book, “Live Free or Die.”
Rep. Debbie Lesko, R-Ariz., on reopening schools in the U.S. and the upcoming presidential election.
Republican National Committeewoman for California Harmeet Dhillon talks about presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden's gaffes and why the mainstream media aren't covering his blunders.
Barron's Roundtable host Jack Hough, Barron's markets editor Ben Levisohn, Barron's reporter Carleton English and Barron's senior writer Al Root talk about the various 2020 election outcomes and what each would do to Americans' personal finances.
Judicial Watch president discusses the multiple issues with mail-in ballots that could lead to fraud and expresses his concern delaying the 2020 election results could lead to Congress deciding the election. He later provides an update on the federal judge ordering Don McGahn to comply with a House subpoena as well as getting Susan Rice to answer more questions about Benghazi.
Former CKE Restaurants CEO Andy Puzder adds his perspective on coronavirus restaurant restrictions in New York City and presumptive Democratic candidate Joe Biden’s economic plan.
Galaxy Digital CEO and founder Michael Novogratz discusses the ever-growing federal budget and how it's pushing liquidity into gold and bitcoin, saying America is experiencing a wild bull market. He later responds to Rep. Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Trump's chief of staff Mark Meadows, recent negotiations over the additional stimulus efforts.
Trump 2020 senior legal adviser Jenna Ellis explains why the Trump campaign is taking advantage of the fact that casinos have a 50-percent capacity limit since houses of worship are limited to 50-person capacity. She later discusses the case of a California pastor defying a state order that does not allow worship to be held indoors.
Sources tell FOX Business’ Charlie Gasparino that it is unclear if the executive order prohibits the use of the TikTok app or merely prevents a U.S. buyer after 45 days.
Trump 2020 senior adviser David Bossie says he doubts the presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden's campaign will agree to move the debate earlier because they want to keep Biden off the campaign trail as long as possible to avoid him from making even more gaffes.
President Trump and the Republican National Committee have built up a solid infrastructure to reach voters directly that the recent clampdown on Trump by social media giants Facebook and Twitter will not their halt efforts to mobilize supporters for the 2020 election, one GOP official told Fox News.
Trump 2020 national press secretary Hogan Gidley says tech giants want to take down President Trump's messaging because it goes against their narrative, and notes you never hear about China being censored when they blamed America for coronavirus or when Iran threatens Americans. He later addresses presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden's gaffes in recent interviews.
The Wall Street Journal columnist Bill McGurn gives his take on stimulus negotiations, reopening schools and the upcoming presidential election.
FOX Business’ Edward Lawrence reports on Facebook reversing its previous stance and blocking ads from a pro-Trump super PAC.
Black Voices for Trump advisory board member Stacy Washington weighs in on the New York Attorney General suing the National Rifle Association (NRA), presidential debates between Trump ad Biden and the election in November.
Sources tell FOX Business’ Charlie Gasparino that Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., and former national security adviser Susan Rice have been vetted and it’s now up to presumptive Democratic candidate Joe Biden to select the best fit.
The Trump campaign is spending much less than the Biden campaign on TV ads after Labor Day. FOX Business’ Hillary Vaughn with more.
Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, on Trump touring the Whirpool factory, the upcoming election, economic recovery and conservative censorship by social media and big tech companies.
Rep. Kelly Armstrong, R-N.D., responds to government documents that appear to refute Susan Rice's denial that she knew about the Trump-Russia probe and says she would be a bad pick as presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden's vice president.
Former strategist to President Trump Sebastian Gorka responds to presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden snapping at a question about whether he's taken a cognitive test or not, saying he doesn't think Biden is capable of debating President Trump much less holding the office of President of the United States.