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The FOX News Rundown is a news-based weekday morning podcast. Each morning, Jacqui Heinrich, Dave Anthony, Lisa Brady, Jessica Rosenthal and Chris Foster take a deep dive into the major and controversial stories of the day, tapping into the massive reporting resources of FOX News to provide a full picture of the news.You'll hear a contrast of perspectives you may not hear elsewhere while going far beyond the basic headlines. Each weekday The FOX News Rundown features insight from top newsmakers, along with FOX News reporters and contributors, plus a daily commentary on a significant issue of the day. Check us out each morning.

Latest Episodes

Bret Baier on History, Donald Trump and Making Deals with the Devil

Fox News chief political anchorBret Baier believes Americans can learn a lot from their history. The host of “Special Report with Bret Baier” is out with a new book called “Three Days at the Brink” which tells the story of a secret meeting between world leaders at one of the key moments of World War II. Baier joins the podcast to discuss his new book and how it relates to politics today. President Trump says the Democrats are taking too long to approve a new trade deal with Canada and Mexico. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says that she thinks they’re getting closer. So what is holding up the USMCA and will its ratification be good for American workers? FOX Business Network’s Kristina Partsinevelos has an update on where the deal stands. Plus, a look at China trade, Facebook violating antitrust and more. Plus, commentary by Daniel Krauthammer, writer and editor of his father's book “The Point of it All."

29 MIN16 h ago
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Bret Baier on History, Donald Trump and Making Deals with the Devil

2016 Rematch?: Clinton’s Gabbard Swipe Fueling 2020 Speculation

Hillary Clinton has inserted herself into the 2020 presidential campaign. Without mentioning Rep. Tulsi Gabbard by name, the 2016 Democrat nominee accused the Hawaii congresswoman of being a “Russian asset” out to sabotage the party. Besides creating a split among Democrats, Clinton’s comments are also fueling speculation she may be considering yet another presidential run. Mark Penn, chief strategist on Hillary Clinton's 2008 presidential campaign, joins the Rundown to give his reaction to the Clinton/Gabbard feud and speculation the former First Lady may want to run again. Presidential candidate, billionaire and political outsider Tom Steyer thinks he has what it takes to take on President Trump in the 2020 election. Steyer discusses why he’s been pushing for President Trump’s impeachment. He also talks about his campaign and his recent debut on the debate stage in Ohio. Plus, commentary by Former Utah Congressman and FOX News Contributor Jason Chaffetz.

24 MIN1 d ago
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2016 Rematch?: Clinton’s Gabbard Swipe Fueling 2020 Speculation

Dana Perino Sits Down With Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook … if you’re not on, you probably know somebody who is. More than two billion people use the social media platform every month. The company and its CEO Mark Zuckerberg also face regular scrutiny from lawmakers, the media and its own customers. In a rare, exclusive interview, Zuckerberg sits down with Fox News’ Dana Perino to defend his company and explain why he sees himself as a defender of free speech. President Donald campaigned on defeating the opioid crisis. Since January 2018, Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar has spent a lot of energy on that goal. On the Fox News Rundown, HHS Sec. Azar gives an update on how the war on opioids is doing and how the administration is addressing the recent concerns over vaping.

32 MIN2 d ago
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Dana Perino Sits Down With Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg

Fox News Rundown Extra: Why Sen. Rand Paul Takes On Democrats And Republicans

At a time when Mr. Trump is facing a rapidly widening impeachment inquiry, and bipartisan criticism over his Syria policy, Senator Rand Paul has remained one of President’s biggest defenders. Earlier this week, Senator Rand Paul sat down with Fox News Rundown host Dave Anthony to discuss the president’s most recent controversies and why he is standing by him through it all. The Kentucky Republican said he has no concerns over the President’s infamous call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and thinks the controversy raises more questions about the Biden family. When it comes to Syria, Paul actually applauds the Administration’s controversial decision to withdraw troops from and went after his fellow Republicans who have objected to Trump’s Syria policy. The Senator said both the Ukraine scandal and the ongoing conflict in northern Syria highlight why he objects to many of the foreign policy decisions made by both parties. Sen. Paul also discussed his new book, The Case Against Socialism, in it he outlines the history of socialism and tries to explain its apparent growing popularity in America. He used the book to go after many of the Democrat’s 2020 presidential candidates and their ideas that he says are reminiscent of policies that have devastated socialist nations like Venezuela. On Fox News Rundown Extra, you’ll hear our full interview with Senator Rand Paul. The interview also includes more of the Senator’s takes on the Democrat’s impeachment effort and the harsh words he had for his own colleague Senator Lindsay Graham, who has been a thorn in President Trump’s side lately.

23 MIN4 d ago
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Fox News Rundown Extra: Why Sen. Rand Paul Takes On Democrats And Republicans

Unfair? Is Trump Right to Complain About Impeachment?

President Trump has called the impeachment inquiry unfair, but is this true? FOX’s Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano joins the podcast to discuss the process, and whether or not Democrats are following what is laid out in the Constitution. Plus, the Judge takes a look at the growing legal troubles of the president’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani. TV host Mike Rowe is out with a new book “The Way I Heard It,” which is a combination of episodes from his podcast and a memoir of his own life. Rowe joins the FOX News Rundown to discuss what it was like working on ”Dirty Jobs” and QVC, and why he sees much of his career as a love letter to his grandfather. Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers. Plus, commentary by FOX News Sunday host, Chris Wallace.

29 MIN5 d ago
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Unfair? Is Trump Right to Complain About Impeachment?

On the Front Lines in Syria

Turkey has been attacking Kurdish forces for over a week. President Trump’s decision to withdraw US troops from Northern Syria is still being criticized by both Democrats and Republicans. There’s now a diplomatic effort to stop the fighting. FOX’s Steve Harrigan is reporting from the war zone, and he discusses the devastation and how the people on the ground are reacting. Self-defense laws like “Stand Your Ground” and the “Castle Doctrine” have been put under the microscope lately due to fatal shootings. A recent study suggests the “Stand Your Ground” law specifically is linked to more violent crimes, including homicides. Florida constitutional attorney Eric Friday and President of Brady United Kris Brown debate whether these laws are actually protecting the public or causing more harm. Plus, commentary by Reason Editor, Robby Soave.

26 MIN6 d ago
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On the Front Lines in Syria

Standing By Trump: Senator Rand Paul on Impeachment, Syria, and Socialism

Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) is standing by President Trump. At a time the president is facing a rapidly widening impeachment inquiry, and bipartisan criticism over his Syria policy the Kentucky Republican remains one of the presidents vocal defenders. Senator Rand Paul joins the Rundown to discuss why and to express his concerns over the growing popularity of socialism among young voters. President Trump has touted a “very substantial” phase-one deal with China that will benefit farmers, as the high stakes trade negotiations between U.S. and China continue. FOX Business Network Correspondent Edward Lawrence discusses what is included in phase-one of the deal and when the U.S. and China will move forward with phase-two. Plus, commentary by FOX News Contributor and FOX Nation host Tammy Bruce.

32 MIN1 w ago
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Standing By Trump: Senator Rand Paul on Impeachment, Syria, and Socialism

The Battle in the Buckeye State: Round Four of the Democrat Debates comes to Ohio

A dozen Democratic presidential hopefuls are set to take the debate stage in Ohio tonight. Juan Williams, Co-host of “The Five” gives us his take on what the candidates who are polling lower need to do to stand out in this fourth debate. The California Consumer Privacy Protection Act, the toughest data privacy law in the country goes into effect on January 1st. The law will protect consumers from having their data being collected and sold without their knowledge. It will also require businesses to disclose what personal data they collect and inform consumers about data sharing practices. TokenEx Head of Privacy and Compliance Solutions John Noltensmeyer and Senior Director of Public Policy at the Interactive Advertising Bureau Alex Propes discuss how this new California law will impact businesses in the future. Plus commentary by, host of Trish Regan Primetime on the FOX Business Network, Trish Regan.

29 MIN1 w ago
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The Battle in the Buckeye State: Round Four of the Democrat Debates comes to Ohio

Testing Loyalties: Trump Faces Rare Republican Rebuke Over Syria

President Trump is facing a lot of criticism after he acted on his election promise to bring troops home and stop “endless wars.” Tom Bevan, President of RealClearPolitics, weighs on the political fallout from Trump’s decision to withdraw troops from Northern Syria and how that could impact his 2020 re-election and the rapidly developing impeachment fight. Academy Award-winning producer Brian Grazer’s movies have grossed over $13 billion. His list of hit TV shows include “Arrested Development,” “24,” and “Empire.” The Hollywood legend and the man behind such films as “Apollo 11” and “A Beautiful Mind,” says one of the major keys to his incredible success is simple. Grazer joins the Fox News Rundown to reveal some of his secrets, share some incredible stories and discuss his new book, “Face to Face: The Art of Human Connection.” Plus, commentary by FOX News Contributor Donna Brazile.

28 MIN1 w ago
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Testing Loyalties: Trump Faces Rare Republican Rebuke Over Syria

Impeachment Then & Now: Ken Starr Compares Clinton and Trump

Over 25 years ago, Ken Starr was appointed to investigate Bill and Hillary Clinton’s role in the Whitewater scandal. The probe into the Arkansas real-estate deal would eventually expand in to other controversies involving President Clinton. Five years after it started, Starr’s report would lead to impeachment hearings that divided the country. This week, the Democrats continued to ramp up their impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, subpoenaing more members of his administration and holding a closed-door deposition on Friday with Marie Yovanovitch, the former American ambassador to Ukraine. Earlier this week, the former Independent Counsel joined Fox News Rundown host Jessica Rosenthal to look back at his role in the Clinton impeachment and how that period in history compares to the current investigation into the President. On Tuesday’s segment, Starr said he believed President trump showed “poor judgment” during his now infamous call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. However he does not think his behavior justifies an impeachment hearing that he feels will only divide the country and distract it from solving more pressing problems. “Impeachment is hell,” Starr said. “We should not be putting the country through this.” Starr says one lesson Democrats and all Americans should have learned from the Clinton impeachment is that American voters do not want their elections overturned. Even if the president has committed a felony. On the Fox News Rundown Extra, you will hear the full conversation with Ken Starr as he compares the case against President Clinton to the case against President Trump. He looks at politics then and now. He also speculates on the likelihood of President Trump being removed from office and what key Republican would have to cross the aisle for the scenario to happen.

18 MIN1 w ago
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Impeachment Then & Now: Ken Starr Compares Clinton and Trump

Latest Episodes

Bret Baier on History, Donald Trump and Making Deals with the Devil

Fox News chief political anchorBret Baier believes Americans can learn a lot from their history. The host of “Special Report with Bret Baier” is out with a new book called “Three Days at the Brink” which tells the story of a secret meeting between world leaders at one of the key moments of World War II. Baier joins the podcast to discuss his new book and how it relates to politics today. President Trump says the Democrats are taking too long to approve a new trade deal with Canada and Mexico. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says that she thinks they’re getting closer. So what is holding up the USMCA and will its ratification be good for American workers? FOX Business Network’s Kristina Partsinevelos has an update on where the deal stands. Plus, a look at China trade, Facebook violating antitrust and more. Plus, commentary by Daniel Krauthammer, writer and editor of his father's book “The Point of it All."

29 MIN16 h ago
Comments
Bret Baier on History, Donald Trump and Making Deals with the Devil

2016 Rematch?: Clinton’s Gabbard Swipe Fueling 2020 Speculation

Hillary Clinton has inserted herself into the 2020 presidential campaign. Without mentioning Rep. Tulsi Gabbard by name, the 2016 Democrat nominee accused the Hawaii congresswoman of being a “Russian asset” out to sabotage the party. Besides creating a split among Democrats, Clinton’s comments are also fueling speculation she may be considering yet another presidential run. Mark Penn, chief strategist on Hillary Clinton's 2008 presidential campaign, joins the Rundown to give his reaction to the Clinton/Gabbard feud and speculation the former First Lady may want to run again. Presidential candidate, billionaire and political outsider Tom Steyer thinks he has what it takes to take on President Trump in the 2020 election. Steyer discusses why he’s been pushing for President Trump’s impeachment. He also talks about his campaign and his recent debut on the debate stage in Ohio. Plus, commentary by Former Utah Congressman and FOX News Contributor Jason Chaffetz.

24 MIN1 d ago
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2016 Rematch?: Clinton’s Gabbard Swipe Fueling 2020 Speculation

Dana Perino Sits Down With Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook … if you’re not on, you probably know somebody who is. More than two billion people use the social media platform every month. The company and its CEO Mark Zuckerberg also face regular scrutiny from lawmakers, the media and its own customers. In a rare, exclusive interview, Zuckerberg sits down with Fox News’ Dana Perino to defend his company and explain why he sees himself as a defender of free speech. President Donald campaigned on defeating the opioid crisis. Since January 2018, Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar has spent a lot of energy on that goal. On the Fox News Rundown, HHS Sec. Azar gives an update on how the war on opioids is doing and how the administration is addressing the recent concerns over vaping.

32 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Dana Perino Sits Down With Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg

Fox News Rundown Extra: Why Sen. Rand Paul Takes On Democrats And Republicans

At a time when Mr. Trump is facing a rapidly widening impeachment inquiry, and bipartisan criticism over his Syria policy, Senator Rand Paul has remained one of President’s biggest defenders. Earlier this week, Senator Rand Paul sat down with Fox News Rundown host Dave Anthony to discuss the president’s most recent controversies and why he is standing by him through it all. The Kentucky Republican said he has no concerns over the President’s infamous call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and thinks the controversy raises more questions about the Biden family. When it comes to Syria, Paul actually applauds the Administration’s controversial decision to withdraw troops from and went after his fellow Republicans who have objected to Trump’s Syria policy. The Senator said both the Ukraine scandal and the ongoing conflict in northern Syria highlight why he objects to many of the foreign policy decisions made by both parties. Sen. Paul also discussed his new book, The Case Against Socialism, in it he outlines the history of socialism and tries to explain its apparent growing popularity in America. He used the book to go after many of the Democrat’s 2020 presidential candidates and their ideas that he says are reminiscent of policies that have devastated socialist nations like Venezuela. On Fox News Rundown Extra, you’ll hear our full interview with Senator Rand Paul. The interview also includes more of the Senator’s takes on the Democrat’s impeachment effort and the harsh words he had for his own colleague Senator Lindsay Graham, who has been a thorn in President Trump’s side lately.

23 MIN4 d ago
Comments
Fox News Rundown Extra: Why Sen. Rand Paul Takes On Democrats And Republicans

Unfair? Is Trump Right to Complain About Impeachment?

President Trump has called the impeachment inquiry unfair, but is this true? FOX’s Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano joins the podcast to discuss the process, and whether or not Democrats are following what is laid out in the Constitution. Plus, the Judge takes a look at the growing legal troubles of the president’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani. TV host Mike Rowe is out with a new book “The Way I Heard It,” which is a combination of episodes from his podcast and a memoir of his own life. Rowe joins the FOX News Rundown to discuss what it was like working on ”Dirty Jobs” and QVC, and why he sees much of his career as a love letter to his grandfather. Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers. Plus, commentary by FOX News Sunday host, Chris Wallace.

29 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Unfair? Is Trump Right to Complain About Impeachment?

On the Front Lines in Syria

Turkey has been attacking Kurdish forces for over a week. President Trump’s decision to withdraw US troops from Northern Syria is still being criticized by both Democrats and Republicans. There’s now a diplomatic effort to stop the fighting. FOX’s Steve Harrigan is reporting from the war zone, and he discusses the devastation and how the people on the ground are reacting. Self-defense laws like “Stand Your Ground” and the “Castle Doctrine” have been put under the microscope lately due to fatal shootings. A recent study suggests the “Stand Your Ground” law specifically is linked to more violent crimes, including homicides. Florida constitutional attorney Eric Friday and President of Brady United Kris Brown debate whether these laws are actually protecting the public or causing more harm. Plus, commentary by Reason Editor, Robby Soave.

26 MIN6 d ago
Comments
On the Front Lines in Syria

Standing By Trump: Senator Rand Paul on Impeachment, Syria, and Socialism

Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) is standing by President Trump. At a time the president is facing a rapidly widening impeachment inquiry, and bipartisan criticism over his Syria policy the Kentucky Republican remains one of the presidents vocal defenders. Senator Rand Paul joins the Rundown to discuss why and to express his concerns over the growing popularity of socialism among young voters. President Trump has touted a “very substantial” phase-one deal with China that will benefit farmers, as the high stakes trade negotiations between U.S. and China continue. FOX Business Network Correspondent Edward Lawrence discusses what is included in phase-one of the deal and when the U.S. and China will move forward with phase-two. Plus, commentary by FOX News Contributor and FOX Nation host Tammy Bruce.

32 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Standing By Trump: Senator Rand Paul on Impeachment, Syria, and Socialism

The Battle in the Buckeye State: Round Four of the Democrat Debates comes to Ohio

A dozen Democratic presidential hopefuls are set to take the debate stage in Ohio tonight. Juan Williams, Co-host of “The Five” gives us his take on what the candidates who are polling lower need to do to stand out in this fourth debate. The California Consumer Privacy Protection Act, the toughest data privacy law in the country goes into effect on January 1st. The law will protect consumers from having their data being collected and sold without their knowledge. It will also require businesses to disclose what personal data they collect and inform consumers about data sharing practices. TokenEx Head of Privacy and Compliance Solutions John Noltensmeyer and Senior Director of Public Policy at the Interactive Advertising Bureau Alex Propes discuss how this new California law will impact businesses in the future. Plus commentary by, host of Trish Regan Primetime on the FOX Business Network, Trish Regan.

29 MIN1 w ago
Comments
The Battle in the Buckeye State: Round Four of the Democrat Debates comes to Ohio

Testing Loyalties: Trump Faces Rare Republican Rebuke Over Syria

President Trump is facing a lot of criticism after he acted on his election promise to bring troops home and stop “endless wars.” Tom Bevan, President of RealClearPolitics, weighs on the political fallout from Trump’s decision to withdraw troops from Northern Syria and how that could impact his 2020 re-election and the rapidly developing impeachment fight. Academy Award-winning producer Brian Grazer’s movies have grossed over $13 billion. His list of hit TV shows include “Arrested Development,” “24,” and “Empire.” The Hollywood legend and the man behind such films as “Apollo 11” and “A Beautiful Mind,” says one of the major keys to his incredible success is simple. Grazer joins the Fox News Rundown to reveal some of his secrets, share some incredible stories and discuss his new book, “Face to Face: The Art of Human Connection.” Plus, commentary by FOX News Contributor Donna Brazile.

28 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Testing Loyalties: Trump Faces Rare Republican Rebuke Over Syria

Impeachment Then & Now: Ken Starr Compares Clinton and Trump

Over 25 years ago, Ken Starr was appointed to investigate Bill and Hillary Clinton’s role in the Whitewater scandal. The probe into the Arkansas real-estate deal would eventually expand in to other controversies involving President Clinton. Five years after it started, Starr’s report would lead to impeachment hearings that divided the country. This week, the Democrats continued to ramp up their impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, subpoenaing more members of his administration and holding a closed-door deposition on Friday with Marie Yovanovitch, the former American ambassador to Ukraine. Earlier this week, the former Independent Counsel joined Fox News Rundown host Jessica Rosenthal to look back at his role in the Clinton impeachment and how that period in history compares to the current investigation into the President. On Tuesday’s segment, Starr said he believed President trump showed “poor judgment” during his now infamous call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. However he does not think his behavior justifies an impeachment hearing that he feels will only divide the country and distract it from solving more pressing problems. “Impeachment is hell,” Starr said. “We should not be putting the country through this.” Starr says one lesson Democrats and all Americans should have learned from the Clinton impeachment is that American voters do not want their elections overturned. Even if the president has committed a felony. On the Fox News Rundown Extra, you will hear the full conversation with Ken Starr as he compares the case against President Clinton to the case against President Trump. He looks at politics then and now. He also speculates on the likelihood of President Trump being removed from office and what key Republican would have to cross the aisle for the scenario to happen.

18 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Impeachment Then & Now: Ken Starr Compares Clinton and Trump