Capitol Report Full Broadcast (May 9)

Funding is renewed for a U.S. agency that’s come under fire for working with the Wuhan Institute for Virology. We hear from some lawmakers and medical experts who are concerned about the grant money.

Former President Donald Trump has been found liable in court in the assault case from writer E. Jean Carroll. Trump’s attorney called the allegations “odd and unbelievable.” How much did the jury award Carroll?

A high-stakes face-off takes place as President Joe Biden meets House Speaker Kevin McCarthy over the debt ceiling. Will they come together as an unprecedented default is looming?

Congressman Buddy Carter (R-Ga.) joins us to offer the GOP perspective on the debt ceiling talks. Apart from raising the debt ceiling for the time being, what is a long-term plan to balance the budget?

Does the House GOP have a smoking gun on the Bidens’ business dealings? That’s the question as House Republicans gear up to make public their discoveries after months of investigations.

Frank Gaffney from the Center for Security Policy joins us to explore Tucker Carlson’s exit from Fox News. What impact will this have on the conservative movement?