This week on Townhall Review – June 10, 2023
Kentucky Congressman James Comer presses FBI Director Christopher Wray for access to an unclassified document over bribery allegations against President Biden.
Andrew Wilkow welcomes Virginia Congressman Ben Cline to discuss the partisanship within the Department of Justice and the FBI.
Joe Piscopo talks with former prosecutor Andrew McCarthy about the potential influence of the Justice Department.
Bob Frantz and Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan tackle the urgent need for FBI reform, focusing on issues like improper data queries and a lack of transparency in the agency's investigations.
Former Vice President Mike Pence and ex-New Jersey Governor Chris Christie both make official announcements of their intentions to run for the presidency in the 2024 elections.
Hugh Hewitt invites RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel to talk about the various promising Republican candidates competing and the established criteria for their participation in the forthcoming debates.
Hugh Hewitt turns to former Navy Captain Henry Hendrix to discuss the rising tensions with China, examining unsafe naval encounters and their potential global security implications.
Larry O’Connor and Charles “Cully” Stimson of the Heritage Foundation delve into the troubling and damaging trends unfolding within the American criminal justice system. Cully provides insights from his new book, “Rogue Prosecutors: How Radical Soros Lawyers Are Destroying America's Communities.”
And finally, Dan Proft and Amy Jacobson of AM560 the Answer in Chicago talks with Stephen Moore, a former economist at the Trump White House, to underscore the importance of the 2024 election, and its impact on all levels, from local to the presidential ticket.