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From Washington: What the Durham Report Means for the Future of the FBI


After four years of investigating, the final 306-page Durham report was released on Monday. It stated that the FBI rushed its investigation into the claims that former President Donald Trump conspired with Russia and that the bureau acted under false pretenses by not verifying their information. Fox News Contributor and former Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Andrew McCarthy discusses the politicization of the FBI, why law enforcement needs to be held accountable, and how the lack of evidence hurt the investigation.

Kentucky gubernatorial candidate Daniel Cameron won the nomination for Governor in the Republican primary this week, defeating his opponents by wide margins. Cameron will face off in November against Kentucky’s incumbent Democratic Governor, Andy Beshear, who holds one of the highest approval ratings of any governor. FOX News Radio Political Analyst Josh Kraushaar shares how former President Trump and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis factored into the race, what the general election could look like, and touches upon mayoral races in Jacksonville and Philadelphia.