Fox News Rundown podcast March 20, 2020
President Trump announced this week that FEMA is now in charge of fighting the coronavirus pandemic. The president activated the agency at a level 1 response. Former FEMA administrator Brock Long explains what a level 1 response is, how his experience with handling U.S. disaster responses will help and what steps need to be done to better prepare our country for crises like COVID-19.
While members of Congress try to work out a new way to help Americans struggling financially, some are forced to self-quarantine at home. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) has isolated himself in his Washington D.C. apartment after learning he came in contact with someone infected with COVID19. Sen. Gardner joins the Rundown to discuss his self-quarantine, coronavirus financial relief and how the impeachment of President Trump distracted Americans from the outbreak.
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Plus, commentary by Jimmy Failla, host of "Fox Across America."
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