6:13- Bill Zimpfer- It's been one year since President Trump announced a new strategy for Afghanistan. Has it worked? Could U.S. Afghanistan policy change again? Meanwhile the administration is gearing up for yet another round of trade talks with China this week. Is there a chance of an agreement, or will the trade spat escalate even more?
6:43- Alexandria Ocasio Cortez Bans media from town halls and public meetings.
7:13- Ray Stagich WX
7:23- Whip the Weatherman
7:43- Michael Bower- With former Trump attorney Michael Cohen under investigation and a jury deliberating in the case of former campaign advisor Paul Manafort there is a lot of courtroom action related to the President. Michael Bower will have the latest on charges that are expected to be filed against Cohen, and what is happening in Cohen’s jury deliberations. AND A business that violates federal law could have an easier time avoiding the harshest penalties under the Trump administration. What is Trump doing differently than Obama? What does that mean for employees?
8:13- PRESIDENT TRUMP RAILS ON MUELLER PROBE//HONORS ICE AT THE WHITE HOUSE
FOX News Radio’s JON DECKER
8:23- BRENNAN TELLS CONGRESS PUT POLITICS ASIDE AS HE CONSIDERS LEGAL ACTION AGAINST TRUMP
John Brennan, the former CIA director and outspoken critic of President Trump, said in an interview Sunday that he is willing to do whatever he can to prevent others from having their security clearances revoked, including taking the president to court. Brennan, who was on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” said lawyers have approached him on the issue and spoke about obtaining an injunction to prevent more security clearances being revoked. Brennan, who served in President Obama's administration, said it is up to Congress to put aside politics and step in. "This is the time that your country is going to rely on you, not to do what is best for your party but what is best for the country," he said. An executive order signed in 1995 by President Bill Clinton lays out the process for approving security clearances and describes a detailed revocation and appeal procedure. The Washington Post reported that four million Americans have some form of security clearances.
President, Eagle Forum Fund; Former Missouri State GOP Chairman, Author, The Conservative Case for Trump ED MARTIN
8:43- MOLLIE TIBBETTS’ FATHER TO RETURN HOME AFTER MONTH OF SEARCHING FOX News Radio’s JEFF MONOSSO
8:52- Professor Allan Saxe- Tuesday Political Roundup