Christmas Eve is a week from tonight. Last year, many Americans skipped seeing friends and family because of the coronavirus pandemic. This year, despite vaccines and booster shots, COVID-19 deaths and hospitalizations are on the rise and Americans are on edge once again. Bill Hemmer, co-host of FOX News’ America’s Newsroom, explains why he remains cautiously optimistic and will be keeping his Christmas plans. Hemmer also discusses the Democrats’ polling problems and the speculation that President Biden may not run again in 2024.
Airlines may soon encounter issues on multiple fronts as a surge in holiday travelers comes at the same time the Omicron variant of COVID-19 continues to spread through the country. Aviation consultant Michael Boyd joins to discuss how airlines are preparing for holiday travelers amid a rise in COVID-19 cases and how the airlines plan to combat potential disruptions to their industry. Later, he discusses how the airline industry is dealing with the prospect of 5G wireless disrupting domestic air travel in the near future.
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Plus, commentary by Jimmy Failla, host of “Fox Across America with Jimmy Failla.”