Biden needs to be forceful with Putin: Rep. McCaul | FOX News Rundown

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President Biden meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin today in Geneva, their first meeting since the Biden administration took over the White House. Congressman Michael McCaul (R-TX) hopes the Biden-Putin summit will address Russian cyberattacks, why he believes President Biden has made concessions to Russia and the importance of the U.S. projecting strength. Later, Fox News Contributor and former CIA Station Chief Daniel Hoffman explains how the cyberattacks give Russia political leverage, the increasing aggressive foreign policy moves made by President Putin and how this summit is likely to impact U.S. Russia relations.

Parents in Loudoun County, Virginia are speaking out against critical race theory being taught in schools by holding an “Education, Not Indoctrination” rally over the weekend. The controversial curriculum has become the center of a national debate. FOX News Chief Washington Correspondent Mike Emanuel explains why parents are concerned. He also discusses the upcoming summit in Washington D.C. focused on equity in education as schools plan to reopen for in-person learning.

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