This week, President Biden used the term “ultra MAGA” to highlight the differences between his administration’s agenda and that of Republicans. The new language is notable as it highlights a trend among politicians using former President Trump as a marker of comparison or contrast in order to gain support from Americans. FOX News White House Correspondent, Peter Doocy joins to discuss the recent “MAGA” messaging, Press Secretary Jen Psaki’s departure from the White House, and President Biden’s travel plans for the Fall.
As primary races continue to unfold across the country, Ohio became the most recent state to display promising results for former President Trump’s endorsements. FOX News Radio Political Analyst, Josh Kraushaar discusses how the endorsement helped J. D. Vance rise to first place in the Republican Senate Primary, how the endorsement of Dr. Mehmet Oz may not prove as noteworthy in Pennsylvania’s Senate race, and tactics Democrats are adopting to fare well against Republicans in their states.
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