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here and prepares to meet with the quad leaders to talk economic expectations. back to you, jackie. jackie: later president biden is set to deliver another statement in tokyo. we'll bring you a live report when that happens. we are going to take a break. we'll be right back. president biden elected as uniter signals that he is done trying to work with republicans and former president trump tallies his wins and losses in the first big round of primaries. the gloves are off. pennsylvania still counting votes. now, we are just two days for a big races in alabama and georgia >> it is the final stretch of georgia's federal republican governors race where former president donald trump picked.
>> facing an income bit with vice president mike pence. >> fighting for them today. >> we are on the road to midterms behind the scene with boat campaigns geared right now, pennsylvania boaters await the outcome of a tight gop contest. we will speak with rnc chairwoman about the influence about the movement and finding unity in november. >> the president's focus on doing everything in his power to address the putin price hike. >> the white house points fingers elsewhere is the stock market dies. gas prices break records and parents search for baby formula on empty shelves. we will ask the president's chief economic advisor about the plan to ease the pain. then, the department of homeland security says it is preparing for the threat of violence if
the supreme court delivers a historic ruling on abortion in the coming weeks. we will ask our sunday panel how will fight for roe v wade to shape the midterm. and whether it could boost progressive hopes in the runoff in texas. all right now on fox news sunday ♪♪ hello again from fox news. this morning there is still no winner in pennsylvania's republican senate race. still too close to call. likely headed for a recount. even as former president trump pushes his pick to go ahead and declare victory. that as to southern states brace for their key primaries on tuesday. right now, president biden is on the ground in asia. he is on a six day trip shoring up u.s. pacific relations and working to break the supply chain backlogs. this against the backdrop of an
unpredictable economy here at home. in a moment we will speak live with rnc chairwoman about these hard-fought republican primaries across the nation, but first we turned to alex live in pittsburgh pennsylvania where the republican senate race remains in limbo this sunday morning. hi, alex. >> hi, martha. very much so. the margin is 0.1%. that market growing to half a percent through mail and or provisional ballots. pennsylvania law requires the secretary of state to order a recount. friday the allegheny county board of elections swore in a review board. there are now ballots cast on tuesday. their promising transparency. >> everyone will be counted. this is probably the tightest statewide race i've been a part of. >> campaign reps were also on
site. voting data released from precinct machines. >> we see history had. [cheering and applause] >> when all the votes are tallied, i am confident we will win. >> 's called for party unity. president trump urged him to declare victory would say even with out all the coats counted. he also blamed his contender saying she took votes that would have gone to oz. a point of contention on friday and appeals court ruled in a different case that ballots lacking a written date on the envelope must still be counted. unclear how this will be impacted by the ruling, but mccormack's campaign has been slightly favored by mail and ballots reached out to counties to make sure that they were aware. the opponents lawyers are "following the democrats playbook. on the democratic side another hotly contested race was called friday. progressive summer leave.
lee was endorsed by house squad members and senator bernie sanders. past statement she made that they called anti-israel. martha. >> thank you very much. reporting from pittsburgh. joining us now rnc chairwoman mcdaniel. welcome back to fox news sunday. good to have you this morning. >> great to be with you. thanks for having me. >> the senate race is about 1100 votes between dave mccormick and doctor oz. president trump spoke out on his social media site and he said doctor oz should declare victory. it makes it much harder for them to cheat with the ballots that they just happened to find. do you think that doctor oz should go ahead and declare victory? >> i will not speak for doctor oz. what i will say it's a
republican legislature in pennsylvania put forward an election integrity bill that governor wolf he told earlier this year. if that bill would have been passed we would not be in the situation. president trump is right and others that we should not have no excuse absentee voting. this influx is clearly showing that systems are not ready for that and pennsylvania is a case of that right now. i think that a lot of this lies at the feet of governor wolf wire having this right now. >> another republican supported by people that used to work in his administration is searching for votes or doing something. >> the pennsylvania supreme court ruled this year that ballots should not be counted without a date. i think that that is the law in pennsylvania. i think that that should be followed. we do not think that ballots without date should be counted
because how do you know when they came in. that is common sense and definitely where the rnc and gop has. martha: if mccormick were to win with tv supported by president trump or will he keep saying, you know, he won this in a way that was not fair or that was fraudulent. it seems odd. >> i think every republican will be supporting the republican nominee in these states including president trump. we do not want to see fetterman, a democrat socialist to be the senator. we know what is at stake with the balance of power. we see the disaster our country is going through under joe biden. primaries are difficult. they are are challenging and the come together afterwards and focus on who we really need to defeat which is the democrats. >> the wall streetrnal this week looking at the bigger picture of all of this and reminding people of the situation that happened in the runoff in georgia in the senate
race there when the gop lost those two key senate seats and with it the majority in the senate. angry about his own loss, mr. trump told gop voters not to trust the process. that paved the way for president biden's $1.9 trillion covid package, the ensuing eight and a half% inflation and a liberal supreme court justice and waiting and are they right about that? >> president trump was in georgia i think the day before the runoff and in the other races to turn down the vote to take back those two senate seats. the president has sent out many e-mails calling on people to vote. the only vote that will not count is the one you do not cast. he has absolutely a proponent of people getting out of voting. we know what is at stake. we need one seat to win it. we need republicans to win in
november. >> when you cast down on the process, we know from the polling that happened in georgia that it made some people in certain districts very wary of participating in it. whether or not he may have, you know, supported it in terms of robo calls and things, some of that was revealed in the polling there. >> it is still in the republican party concerns about election integrity. 2020 was a different election. more mail in ballots and never. you see georgia and florida and taxes and other state past comprehensive election to require for absentee ballots. that is just common sense. that is where most americans are. we should show our id to vote. get rid of ballot harvesting and drop boxes. these are commonsense measures that will ensure integrity in the election. they wanted to be longer than
ever. they want to vote earlier account that ballots as late as possible. when you have this kind of delay in counting the ballots it always creates concern with voters. that is why republicans have stepped up. the rnc has built the largest integrity team across the country heading into 2022 in november. this is something that is necessary to ensure our voters we are watching and to ensure it's a transparent affair. >> a huge governor's race happening in georgia on tuesday. we can take a look at the polls here. very interesting backdrop. president trump endorsing and supporting david perdue. he is at 20% right now. brian camp, the incumbent governors that 60%. he is being supported by president trump's former vice president mike pence.
>> president trump has endorsed 84 races that he has 181. that's like an a+. joe biden is not being asked to endorsing any race. no democrat wants to be seen with him. i have talked to people in georgia who love president trump i think that that is what you are seeing in some of the voters in georgia. we will see what happens on tuesday. the votes have not been counted. needing to pass a 20% threshold to win it outright. we will see what happens then. >> do you think it was a mistake for the former president to coax david perdue to run for governor >> david perdue is perfectly capable of making his own choices. president trump has obviously gotten involved. the power of his endorsement is astounding. down in third place and catapulted to first. you look at these races where key is probably the only person in either party that can change
the complexion of the race. >> i don't doubt that it all. the only person who's endorsement is something that most voters even have an awareness of it is a former president. the republican governors association is really putting their muscle behind the candidates that are not backed by president trump. they say in that world they are doing well. they look at idaho, they look at nebraska. they import $5 million into this georgia race. chris christie saying he thinks the former president is on a personal vendetta. doug ducey of arizona says they should not spend one more moment talking about 2020. they see this search as proof that what they are doing is working. >> you know, i think the power of incumbency plays into that.
i think we will get past this primary season and i will be so grateful when we do and we really focus on the democrats. we have rising inflation, we have a baby formula crisis, we have a drug crisis, we have what is happening in ukraine, we have gas prices going through the roof. in the end, yes, we will have some contention. but when the dust settles the republicans will unite including president trump making sure we went back the house and the senate. we know what is at stake and we know if we are fighting or disagreeing amongst each other, we are hurting our message and talking about what the democrats are doing and the failure they have brought to the american people. >> let's take a quick look at the alabama senate race and what's going on there. mo brooks was originally endorsed by president trump and president trump hold that endorsement and he slid precipitously.
now he is within spitting distance of katie. who was still ahead. what is your take on what is going to happen in this alabama senate race this week was mark. >> i do not think we will get a final say on this alabama race. if you have to get over 50% to clench the nomination i don't think any of the three candidates will get over 50%. so we will go to a runoff and then we will figure out who the nominee will be in alabama. i think we will keep that seats. we have a lot of republican incumbents who left the senate the cycle. alabama is one of them. we need to make sure that we hold all of those seats. we have to unite as a party. that would be my one message as these primaries are contentious and you fight so hard to get the nomination did remember what the real goal is. that is us uniting as a party to defeat the democrats and take back the senate in the house because the american people are truly truly suffering. >> let me ask you about that.
the former president should not have waited in the primary process. the same could be for these republican governors as well. let the people decided they get into this game. are you concerned that some of this process may hurt your candidates in the general election? >> i'm not surprised that he got involved. we legally have to stay neutral but it is helpful. we get to bring everybody together after the fact and have a kumbaya moment. president trump will always get involved in primaries as are other candidates across the country and that's just the nature of politics. >> i just want to put this up on the screen. a lot of attention in this race. he lost his bid to retain his house seats. the president kind of supported him, the former president, last minute, in that race. here is what he just said. the time for politics as usual has come to an end. it is time for the rise of the
new rights. it is time for dark maga to truly take command. we will never be able to defeat until we defeat the cowardly and weak members of our own party. their days are numbered, we are coming. what do you think of that and what is dark maga? >> i don't know what dark maga is. it sounds like some "star wars" thing. i don't know. i do not know what that is. obviously a very well thought primary. madison had some issues that came out. he was a rising star in our party. we need to make sure that we retain that seat with edwards who defeated him. madison did the right thing with conceding. i would say this to every republican, they are the ones in control, they are the ones destroying our country and republicans fighting each other constantly, that is not helping us defeat democrats in november and that needs to be the focus.
>> just one last quick question. from what they are seeing out there, the president is sort of chasing his face in trying to solidify them. they pointed to that last-minute endorsement rather than leading them. quick reaction to that before i let you go. >> i disagree. you look at the rallies that they have. you look at the phenomenal fundraising that he has had. you look at his poll numbers. i think that the base is really looking to him on a lot of things. he will be critical to help us win in the midterms and turn out trump voters to take his lead. >> thank you very much. good to see you, chairwoman. good to be with you. coming up next. on the road to the midterms as to republican rivals try to close a deal and the governor's race in georgia. we will bring in our sunday group on more of these key races that are fired up for this week when we come back. ♪♪ fox news sunday on the road
vice president mike pence against perdue who was backed by former president trump. fox news correspondent spent time with both candidates taking on stacy abrams come november. >> behind all the smiles, hugs and handshakes is one of the most bitter public primaries in georgia history. brian kemp facing a challenge from his former friend david perdue. >> if you want a friend in politics -- >> sending off repeated attacks from president trump. >> brian kemp is a coward and complete and total disaster. >> president trump endorsed perdue in february. >> mr. president, thank you for coming to georgia again. >> a primary challenge from an established republican was once unthinkable in georgia. then came the 2020 election.
president trump accused kemp of betraying the party by certifying the electoral votes for president biden. before even leaving office trump vowed revenge. >> i will be here in a year and a half campaigning against you, governor, i am sure of it. >> brian has let us down. >> purdue campaigns heavily on voter fraud. >> do you think it'll get you into the governor mansion? >> that is not why we are doing this. this is about truth. more about election integrity, supporters develop it's the only reason they are interested in perdue. >> my vote probably did not count because of so much fraud. >> some of the senate colleagues have publicly expressed shock. >> somebody's quoting romney about me? i would discount that totally. to talk to some people that really know me. nothing has changed.
>> focusing on election reforms but he insists he had no choice but to certify biden's win. mike pence is now coming to kemp 's defense campaigning with him tomorrow ahead of the primary. >> we are all fired up with this election coming up. >> we sat down with the republican party outside headquarters. the party has learned from its mistakes in 2020 and is focused on building grassroots operations for november. >> do you truly believe everyone will get on the same page between now and november. >> ideal because our main goal is to keep. >> stacy abrams for loss to kemp back in 2018 is running unopposed in this democratic primary. she's considered a rising star with our party and is already raising a lot of money to challenge republicans this fall. >> i think of all of georgia and i know how to get it done. >> abrams will have to overcome
challenges. skipping out on a meeting with president biden when he visited georgia in january. she faced widespread criticism for this photo, smiling while elementary students surrounding her remained mad. >> we make sure that we are fighting as hard as we can. >> abrams slip up creates a winning combination. >> where we are now, it has been incredible. the lowest unemployment rate in the history of our state. >> if he loses a primary key will still support kemp over abrams. whether the former president would eventually remain in play nice is uncertain. >> are you worried trump will try to spoil your race? >> no, i am not. >> reporting from georgia. now it is time for our sunday group. karl rove associated press executive editor julie and
democratic strategist cohosted the five jessica. great to have you with us. carl, let me start with you. what is your outlook at this tuesday governor's race? what is the best measure of how much juice the former president still has. >> well, first of all, let me be clear i'm afraid of and supporter brian. we are both wearing green ties, but that is a coincidence. if the candidate has a strong record in a strong message, even if they're not endorsed they have a chance to win. we sought in idaho, we saw it in an open race for governor in nebraska and elsewhere. it comes down to the quality of the candidate and the quality of their message. in many instances, a lot of people that did not have the
president's endorsement to succeed. even when the president has endorsed, he carried jd vance across the finish line because the power of president trump's endorsement. even then, 60% of the republican voters said i am going with somebody else and vance one with 32% of the vote. it is important, but it is not always determinative. >> julie, you heard me nano moments ago saying former president trump has almost a perfect record. an a+ for his endorsements. looking through the lens of the pennsylvania senate race which is likely headed for a recount, what are your thoughts on that and same question, how much juice the former president has in these former races? >> i think your point earlier, endorsements in general i don't think carry as much weight as they used to. one exception is former president trump he was looked at as a barometer.
where should they go with some of these candidates. i think he can be value-added and i think jamie vance being a very prominent example of that, that endorsement he made of oz was seen as pretty risky by many people. the closeness of that race, i think, verifies just how risky that was in terms of determining his power in these primaries. continuing to make these endorsements. he will have some success and he will also have some failures here. i do think we are probably pretty early in the political process to say what that means for trump himself if he does move into 2024 as a candidate for president again. >> i would just say the biggest test will be the general election and then there will be another look at all of this in terms of will he back this person, they won in the general or they lost. such a unique environment. we have never witnessed this
before. a former president telling everyone that he will run again which puts him into such a unique environment. jessica, as republicans deal with their own drama, democrats also have some of their own. looking at this race in pennsylvania, selmer lee was able to just barely beat steve irwin. she is a progressive. she kind of lays out where she stands. she said instead of thanking black women, black voters, give us the investments that we need and deserve. let's redistribute wealth and calls to abolish and build black directive political power. when you look at selmer lee prevailing over her more moderate candidate. >> no doubt -- i think we will talk about the runoff on tuesday
which if she does pull this off, and it's a rematch of 2020, another indication of some fire behind the progressive wing. net net the primaries were big for the candidates on the whole john federman. a bernie sanders supporter. attacked way to the middle. obviously appearing quite differently and presentation in order to be successful in pennsylvania. since 2016, this has been the narrative of what's been going on with democrats. having the best chance of winning a wider swath. a tremendous victory. i think democrats continue to argue that we are the big tent party, having her voice along other progressives is something that is hugely valuable to us. big congratulations there. >> bringing up the race against jessica cisneros who is more
progressive. he obviously is more moderate. a pro-life democrat. it almost doesn't work in the party anymore. he is running with this backdrop around the supreme court. protests happening outside of their home. abortion, obviously, is becoming an issue that could work to the benefit of some of these democrat candidates. what do you think? >> i think henry is in a very tough race. with all due respect, selmer lee is not the only progressive for one a progressive knocked off a democratic congressman in oregon traditional liberals, far left members of the democratic party one primaries for safe democratic seats and two of them in competitive races in the state of oregon. this is not just -- some of these victories not just an isolated incident, but the democrat left is on the ascendancy particularly for the
race of house of representatives. they will get a lot more members and democrats in texas may on tuesday nominate two members who would associate themselves with the squad. one of them against the democratic incumbent. the left is a insanity. >> let's take a look at this comment from jeffrey's about this fascinating redistricting in new york. democrats out they could pick up some seats. now they are trying to move the table drawing a congressional map that robs us of power and takes a sledgehammer to black districts. enough to make jim crow blush. some of the matchups that we will see. we will see jerry nadler running against carolyn maloney. eastside versus westside. take a look at this one. jones will move his district. running against bill de blasio who will rise from the ashes
after his marrow run and he wants to have a seat in congress. what do you make of what is going on here? >> i do think that bill de blasio will be making any waves. i think that it was smart of him to shift over to this new district rather than stay where he was originally paired i am a native new yorker. i lifted carolyn maloney's for a while. the sight of them two of them campaigning together, jerry nadler completely ejected as he listened to carolyn maloney discuss her support of israel which is an issue incredibly important for new yorkers. they put a lot of people in a very difficult position he had i know all my friends and colleagues are people that support both carolyn maloney and jerry nadler who have been great for new york city and this will be incredibly complicated. another important part about that is staten island, the new
ruling which is a hugely liberal district were bill de blasio actually lives out of new york 11 seats. trying to mount a comeback sitting out this race in the end. >> fascinating. interesting take. thank you very much, panel. we will see you in a little bit. americans are feeling the pressure in stores and at the pump. we will bring in the president's chief economic advisor to talk about what they are planning to do to tackle all of this next. a
talking trade, semi conductors, supply chains while trying to form tighter ties with our allies in china's backyard. steve gas prices, inflation and an unthinkable baby formula shortage that americans say concerns them most right now back home. how soon we could see some relief. first, let's turn to jackie live in tokyo traveling with the
president for the latest. >> good morning. president biden is just beginning the second stop of his hs wing in tokyo where trade partnerships are in focus. his first few concerns are no longer in the background. no-frills message from president biden to north korean leader. [inaudible] new plans to consider expanding joint military exercises on and around the korean peninsula speaking for themselves. the announcement alongside the newly elected president plans a possible nuclear or ballistic missile test while biden's in the region. >> i'm not concerned, if that is what you are suggesting. >> the first trip to asia as
president showed favor for sticks over carrots to show threats. a thinly veiled message to china with regards to taiwan to make a move in faith global isolation. >> and unprovoked war in ukraine our supply chains and our economy and economic and national security are not dependent on countries that do not share our values. >> the trip is an effort to deepen economic ties in the indo pacific shares a clear nexus with security worries. japan also looking to the u.s. for reinsurance over territorial waters now welcoming biden to launch a new trade partnership widely seen as a counter to china. the major focus of the framework reliable supply chain. most of biden's presidency has been marked by challenges originating from outside the u.s. the baby formula shortage stems from problems at home. biden signed a belt giving more flexibility to buyers citing
programs along with the second program with aid for ukraine. the urgency of both causes prompting the white house to fly the document to washington for the president's signature. right now, in route to indiana. expected to arrive just before 11:00 o'clock in the morning eastern. the white house using the military to move those imports faster with domestic production still not up to speed. martha. >> thank you. joining us now is brian, director of the national economic council. welcome back. good to have you here this morning. >> thanks for having me. >> i want to start with the r word. hearing about more about the possibility of the united states going into a recession. this comment by david sachs, he gets a lot of attention as a market analyst.
it really caught a lot of people die. let's watch. >> from where i sit, the market is really semi- frozen and this is the worst downturn since the.com crash. it looks to me like we are headed into a very serious recession. >> what is your professional opinion as you look at this. do you agree and i could list a number of others who say the united states is headed into a recession in the near term or even the next six months or so. >> our economy is in a period of transition. the strongest economic recovery in modern history to a period of more stable and resilient growth this is what is most important. the united states is better position than any other major economy to bring inflation down and address these challenges. that is because of the strength of our recovery. we have the strongest job market
in modern history. americans are getting back to working americans can increase their savings, pay down their debt, businesses are investing. entrepreneurs creating new businesses at record rates. >> those are all good things, but i want to ask you my question. i know recession is a technical term, but, you know, and economic advisers says whether or not we had that technical benchmark, americans feel like they are in a recession. we have janet yell and say she is very concerned about the stagflation area facts. you have jerome powell saying there will be some pain. i'm asking for your opinion, should people be prepared that we are or will be in several months headed into a recession? >> we are in this period of transition.
people should also take confidence that we are better positioned to navigate through this and keep our recovery going there was an analysis out that said the united states economy may grow faster this year they are in china for the first time in decades. that is because we have more strength and resilience in our economic recovery than almost anywhere in the world. >> i'm sorry to interrupt you. in the middle of the deepest lockdown they've had in covid. bloomberg said that is the reason we may have a slightly higher growth than china. with all due respect, i think that americans feel that they are looking at the stock market and they are seeing their savings dwindle and they are making new decisions about whether they will buy a home or whether or not the tuition payment will be a little bit more difficult this year. i am just asking, what do you recommend to them in terms of specifics and what they can do to whether this a little bit
easier as we go through what you are calling a transition. >> absolutely. these prices create real hardship and they create uncertainty. that is precisely why the president has made very clear that combating inflation is his top economic priority. we can do this. we know how to do this. we need to give the federal reserve the impediments to do what it does. we need to reduce costs and make things more affordable to families during this period. the prescription drug prices that they pay are really important right now. we need to break down the federal deficit. because of the president's policies we made a lot of progress on that front. down $1.5 trillion already this year. we need to make more progress as well. if we can do all of those things
and we can build on these strengths, we can navigate route to more growth that will generate better outcomes for families. we cannot go back to a pre-pandemic economy. our supply chains are so vulnerable. prices go up and people don't have access to things they need we need to build a more resilient recovery. we have to focus on tackling inflation right now and that is what this president is doing. >> the biggest factor for most families is gas prices. actually, i just want to play the soundbite from the president. this just came in this morning from south korea. here is what he had to say about the future of gas prices in the united states. listen. >> we are part of this transformable mobile sector.
>> so, what does that mean? all electric future and how soon i think that there is definitely a contingency in the country which would like to hear the president talk about perhaps doing some things to increase oil and gas supply in the country. signaling to the markets that we are opening up this pic it's a little bit. having the impact of lowering global oil prices around the country. that's not what we're hearing from the president right now. >> we are curing the short-term and long-term. this president has made clear we need to increase to the impact of putin's war in ukraine and russian supply coming off the market. the president has encouraged the domestic industry right now. they've committed to a million barrels a day by the fall. we will release oil from the oil
preserve a million barrels a day between now and then to create a bridge. but we also know that our car companies in our car industry is moving towards electric vehicles we want that transition to happen. we want people to have those choices. it's better for the environment. these cars are fun to drive. people like them. we want more built in the united states so that we are not reliant on foreign countries and uncertain supplies. we want to accelerate that process in a way that would be good for the american consumer. >> one question about the baby formula story. today we have arrivals of baby formula coming from switzerland to germany. a lot of people look at the story and they say, that's great. we're glad there will be some relief on the shelves but on the other hand, how did we get to a point where the united states of america is relying on
switzerland to feed our babies? >> it's the right question. we need to do everything that we can. operation formula will have its first landing in the u.s. a just a couple of hours. enough formula on that plane for about half a million bottles. that is about 15% of the overall national volume this coming week we will see additional planes landing the next couple of days with additional formula on it. we have so much market concentration that 90% or more the market is controlled by just three companies. it goes to supply chain resilience and competition. we need more competition, we need more companies providing their service and we need to make sure we never put our self in a position where they can create such a risk for american
families. >> that situation has existed for a long time. we have known that it was concentrated in one or two companies for a long time. we also knew from october and february that this was coming down the pipeline. then the president said he is not a mind reader on this issue. will there be some accountability? whose fault is it? does the head of the fda need to resign from his position? because this is a big deal. >> the short-term issues are important in the fda did what it was supposed to do which was assessed safety and checked out a facility in the united states. we are dealing with babies and infants. the broader question is important. this is why the president has put a spotlight on the need for more competition, or antitrust enforcement in the united states we have too few companies controlling too much of the
supply chain and that creates real risks for consumers. have a president now saying we need to pursue competition across the economy in this sector. getting into these markets, breaking in, providing services in creating more resilient in the supply chain. >> yeah. that is the private sector. the public sector also had a responsibility here to make sure this kind of thing does not happen. there were whistleblowers. we will look forward to see if there is any accountability in the government for dropping the ball here. everyone is glad that those plans are on the way and we appreciate you giving us an update on that this morning. thank you for joining us. i do appreciate it. >> thank you. >> our sunday group is back. white house reaction as the judge lays down his ruling on title 42 on the united states
martha: back now with our panel for a quick go around. julie, let's start with you. much in the news this weekend. title 42 will stay in place according to a judge in louisiana. this has been weighing on the white house because there was discussion that as many as 18,000 migrants could cross the border if it was lifted. your take. >> as much as the white house says they will continue to fight to have this policy lifted, a
lot of democrats in the white house who are breathing a bit of a sigh of relief. talking about the inflation, the baby formula crisis, so many economic factors. having a search at the border right now. it is not exactly what the white house is hoping for in the coming weeks. >> your thoughts on them keeping this in place? probably a good thing in a sigh of relief as julie says. >> i can tell you that democrats are breathing a sigh of relief. pushing down the proverbial road for a little while. i don't know how they will be following up on this. no one really in the middle and madame joe biden himself was not someone that would look at this and say we need a few more thousand coming across the border. >> carl, with regard to what was said about inflation and the president's handling of the economy, your thoughts. >> you cannot come up with a
solution if you don't know what the problem is. he obviously does not know what the problem is. it was identified last year when this administration posed and unnecessary economic covid's stimulus bill. it is exactly what happens. since then, wanted the most fervent advocates for making it worse. you heard him say there he sort of carefully camouflaged it. build back better. let's pass a new bill that lowers costs by spending lots of money on free childcare, free universal pre-k, only make it worse. the administration is in bad shape. 60% disapproval and 26% approved that is why policies like the ones mr. deese was talking
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