Capitol Report (Sept. 26): WH Responds to Biden’s Low Approval; CCP Ambassador Attempts to Influence US Lawmakers

Steve Lance
By Steve Lance
September 26, 2022Capitol Report

A new poll finds a majority of Democrats don’t want President Joe Biden to be the party’s 2024 presidential nominee. How is the White House responding?

Is the recession worsening? Signals are intensifying as a key economic gauge drops for the sixth straight month.

To discuss the latest economic trends and how the federal government has responded, we hear from Congressman Dan Meuser.

The Chinese ambassador to the United States is trying to lobby House lawmakers on the fentanyl crisis. It appears he wants to deflect the Chinese regime’s responsibility for the flow of illicit fentanyl into the United States.

Head of the House GOP foreign relations committee Rep. Michael McCaul joins us to talk about one key component of his party’s “commitment to America” plan—holding the Chinese Communist Party accountable.

A federal judge has dismissed a parent-led lawsuit against Attorney General Merrick Garland. The suit was over the memo he wrote when he referred to parents as a threat to schools.

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