AINSLEY EARHARDT GOES ONE-ON-ONE WITH IVANKA TRUMP
Ivanka Trump joins Fox News’ Ainsley Earhardt for an exclusive interview, beginning at 6 a.m. ET on “Fox & Friends.” Ivanka, who serves in the White House as an assistant to the president, appeared on “Fox & Friends” on June 12 discussing the James Comey hearing, her role in the White House and the treatment by the media.
SENATE’S HEALTH CARE PLAN IN TROUBLE?
After five Republicans announced they would not support the current version of the Senate’s health care plan, others said Sunday they want to wait for the Congressional Budget Office’s analysis before pressing ahead for a vote. Sens. Susan Collins, R-Maine, and Ron Johnson, R-Wis., said in interviews they would like to wait and review the CBO score before pressing ahead to vote. "It's hard for me to see the bill passing this week," Collins said, adding it would be “extremely difficult” for the White House to be able to find a path to attract conservative and moderate votes.
TOP DEM: OBAMA SHOULD HAVE DONE MORE TO COUNTER RUSSIAN ELECTION-MEDDLING
Rep. Adam Schiff, the top-ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, said Sunday the Obama administration should have done more to counter Russia’s meddling in the U.S. election. "I think the administration needed to call out Russia earlier, needed to act to deter and punish Russia earlier, and that was a very serious mistake," Schiff, of California, said. Schiff added that President Barack Obama may have been worried that doing more against Russia would have looked like he was “trying to tip the scales for Hillary Clinton” and did not want to give in to the notion that the election was “rigged” against Donald Trump
‘PHARMA BRO’ STILL IN THE PUBLIC EYE DESPITE ADVICE
Martin Shkreli, also known as the “Pharma Bro,” defied his attorneys’ advice to lay low before his federal securities fraud trial starts. Shkreli, who became a pariah after raising the cost of a life-saving drug 5,000 percent, has been preening for cameras and trolling on social media, potentially complicating his defense in the trial, which begins Monday. "I'm excited," Shkreli said of the trial in a brief phone call last week to the Associated Press. “I can’t wait.”
PROF WHO CRITICIZED OTTO WARMBIER WON’T RETURN TO SCHOOL
An adjunct anthropology professor at the University of Delaware who drew anger by criticizing the American college student who died being held captive in North Korea will not be returning to teach. “Katherine Dettwyler, who last taught in the spring as an adjunct faculty member, will not be rehired to teach at the University in the future,” a statement from University of Delaware read. Dettwyler said in a since-deleted message on Facebook and in the comments section of an article about the late college student on the website of conservative magazine, the National Review, that “Otto Warmbier got exactly what he deserved.”
COMING UP ON FNC
1:30 p.m. ET: Press Secretary Sean Spicer will hold an off-camera press briefing.
5:15 p.m. ET: President Trump and India Prime Minister Narendra Modi will give joint statements. Watch live on Fox News Channel.
FOX BUSINESS COVERAGE
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8:30 a.m. ET: Dan Marron, former acting director of the CBO, appears on “Mornings with Maria.”
11:00 a.m. ET: Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, will sit down for an exclusive interview with Fox Business’ Adam Shapiro.
3:00 p.m. ET: Rep. Drew Ferguson, R-Ga., will appear on “Closing Bell.”