The Fox News Rundown
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Women's Tennis Stands Up To China. Will Anyone Else?

In November, Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai spoke out on social media with allegations of sexual assault against a former Chinese Communist Party official. After her post went viral, it was scrubbed from her social media, and she disappeared from the public eye. Shuai then resurfaced later recanting her allegations. The Women’s Tennis Association was quick to act, demanding investigations, proof of Shuai’s wellbeing, and suspending all tournaments in China. Professional tennis player, broadcaster and coach Patrick McEnroe joins to discuss how the tennis community is responding in full force to China’s censorship of Peng Shuai, clues signaling China is now controlling and silencing the tennis star and why the WTA is taking action despite the monetary consequence.

This week in 1777, after losing battles to the British, General George Washington and his Continental Army arrived at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania to hunker down for the winter. They would spend Christmas with barely any food and clothes. That tough winter is the subject of the new FOX Nation special, “Valley Forge: Washington’s Winter Army.” Actor, director and author Kevin Sorbo is the narrator, and he joins the Rundown to discuss why this was such a pivotal moment in American history and why it should be taught to children of all ages. Sorbo also discusses his career and addresses some internet rumors about him.

Plus, commentary by Jimmy Failla, host of “Fox Across America with Jimmy Failla.”

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