Capitol Report: White House Sets Deadline to Purge TikTok; SCOTUS Hears Challenges to Student Loan Forgiveness Plan

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A generational threat from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is the top priority for the U.S. House of Representatives Tuesday. What actions are they taking? And what do lawmakers say are the most pressing issues?

The White House is setting a deadline to purge TikTok from all government devices. And Congress is pushing for a broader ban, citing CCP espionage related to TikTok’s China-based parent company.

President Joe Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan is being challenged in front of the Supreme Court on Tuesday. Republican-led states accuse Biden of using the pandemic to move forward with his plan.

New polls are out on the most popular Republican candidate for president in 2024. Former President Donald Trump remains the top choice.

A health expert joins us to discuss the debate surrounding the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic. He also examines a new accord that would give the World Health Organization (WHO) power over U.S. pandemic policies.

And a former WHO official also joins us to weigh in on the organization’s role in future pandemics and if the accord is in the best interest of the United States.

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