'Fox News Sunday' on August 8, 2021

ブレット・バイアー, FOXニュースアンカー: I’m Bret Baier, クリスウォーレスのために.

Senators set to resume debate on a trillion dollar partisan infrastructure

package.

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ジョー・バイデン, アメリカ合衆国大統領: It’s a bill that would end

years of gridlock in Washington.

ベイアー (voice-over): The Senate works the weekend as both parties rush to

finalize a major infrastructure bill, but it faces an uncertain future in

the House where progressives push Democratic leaders for more.

REP. NANCY PELOSI (D-CA), SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE: Let’s see what happens.

ベイアー: And Republicans promise zero support for the president’s next

massive agenda item.

ITS. MITCH MCCONNELL (R-KY), MINORITY LEADER: They want to unleash another

reckless tasking and spending spree.

ベイアー: We’ll ask Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg about the state

of the deals.

その後、 —

GOV. PHIL MURPHY (D), NEW JERSEY: If you are not vaccinated, please get

予防接種を受けた.

ベイアー: States face more tough choices on vaccinations and mask mandates as

COVID cases rise, including among children. The White House ups the

pressure on GOP governors and some push back.

GOV. ロン・デサンティス (R), FLORIDA: I don’t want to hear a blip about COVID

from you.

ベイアー: We’ll talk with Florida Senator Rick Scott about the record rise in

his state and the fight over masks in schools.

プラス —

GOV. アンドリュー・クオモ (D), ニューヨーク: I never touched anyone inappropriately or

made inappropriate sexual advances.

ベイアー: Calls from both sides of the aisle for New York Democratic Governor

Andrew Cuomo’s impeachment over findings of sexual harassment. We’ll ask

our Sunday panel about the fate of the scandal-ridden politician.

すべて, たった今, オン “FOX News Sunday”.

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ベイアー (カメラで): And hello again from FOX News in Washington.

A rare stroke of bipartisanship as Senate Republicans join this weekend

with Democrats to advance a bipartisan infrastructure bill that would

provide federal dollars for roads, 橋, and broadband Internet in

cities and states across the country. The debate continues today up on

Capitol Hill.

If approved, the bill would go to the House, where Democrats have tried its

fate to a larger spending bill filled with liberal priorities.

In a moment, we’ll speak with Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg who

has been traveling the country to sell the plan.

でもまず, let’s turn to Peter Doocy in Wilmington, デラウェア, with a look

at the state of play on one of President Biden’s top priorities — ピーター.

ピーター・ドゥーシー, FOX NEWS CORRESPONDENT: Bret, if there’s no last-minute

agreement to speed things up than finalthen a vote on final passage of

this infrastructure package that carries strong bipartisan support could

happen as soon as 2:30 午前. 火曜日.

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ITS. CHUCK SCHUMER (D-NY), MAJORITY LEADER: We can get this done the easy

way or the hard way.

DOOCY (voice-over): Republicans choose the long way, refusing to allow a

vote until amendments can be debated.

ITS. ビル・ハガティ (R-TN): There’s absolutely no reason for rushing this

process, and attempting to limit scrutiny of this bill other than the

Democrats completely artificial, self-imposed and politically-driven

timeline.

DOOCY: Some others fear long-term damage to the economy.

ITS. MIKE LEE (R-UT): The inflation is going way up because the federal

government has been spending way too much money that it doesn’t have.

DOOCY: But President Biden argues jobs won’t be created if the government

doesn’t spend big.

バイデン: Ninety percent of the jobs created by this legislation will not

require a college degree, 90 パーセント. It’s a blue-collar blueprint to

rebuild America.

DOOCY: やがて, this infrastructure package is expected to pass. ザ・

debate shifts to a much larger reconciliation budget bill.

シューマー: Let us rock and let us roll.

DOOCY: Which means Democrats can remove or to pass it without any

Republican support if they can get all their own members on board.

MCCONNELL: We can’t wait to get Democrats on record over many more

trillions, trillions of dollars in reckless borrowing to fund socialist

支出, on radical policies that families are not asking for.

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DOOCY (カメラで): While the Senate works, the president is here at home

in Wilmington, no public events on the schedule, but we do expect him in

Washington in time to watch Congress give him permission to spend another

trillion taxpayer dollarsBret.

ベイアー: Peter Doocy reporting from Wilmington — ピーター, ありがとう.

Joining us now is Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg.

氏. 秘書, welcome back toFOX News Sunday.

PETE BUTTIGIEG, TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY: Thanks for having me on.

ベイアー: Where do you see this bill right now? Can it pass alone, or is it

still tied to this next so-called human infrastructure bill, インクルード $ 3.5

trillion bill that Peter referenced there?

BUTTIGIEG: 上手, the state of play looks good. The Senate is working

through this amendment process. There’s still a lot of procedure to be

gotten through, but we are within days, possibly within hours of seeing

this historic legislation that’s going to get us better roads and bridges,

better ports and airports, a better future for our economy and creating

millions of jobs. We’re on the cusp of seeing that move through the Senate.

There’s, もちろん, other legislation being discussed too to take shape

afterwards. It’s a separate package but it’s part of the same vision. ザ・

president’s belief that we need to move forward better than the economy

that he inherited.

Part of that is the transportation infrastructure related package that we

are seeing remarkable bipartisan support for and then there are other

dimensions that I’d like to see bipartisan support for, but it’s going to

be harder because we’re finding that, ええと, priorities like extending

the child tax credit or making sure every American can have paid family

leave or doing something about the corporate tax loopholes, those obviously

have stronger Democratic support than Republican support.

But right now, on this transportation package, it is a remarkable

連合, business and labor, Democrats and Republicans, and I think we’re

about to get this done.

ベイアー: 上手, here’s with the Senate minority leader and the House speaker

recently said about this.

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ITS. MITCH MCCONNELL (R-KY), MINORITY LEADER: I appreciate that senators

on both sides that worked hard to develop appropriation titles with a lot

of good content.

REP. NANCY PELOSI (D-CA), SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE: I hope that it will pass.

I won’t put it on the floor until we have the rest of the initiative.

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ベイアー: So back to the second part of that first question, can this bill

stand-alone? There are some moderate Democrats that say it needs to be

voted on by itself and it is a bipartisan success for the administration.

But can it go alone without the next piece of legislation? You just heard

the House speaker saying she’s not moving forward with that.

BUTTIGIEG: 上手, 再び, these are two separate packages but they are

definitely both part of the president’s vision. And at risk of sounding

simplistic, I would encourage legislators to vote for policies they think

are good and vote against the policies that they disagree with.

There is a path to do that for the Republicans, 例えば, who are with

us on the infrastructure bill, not so sure about the other piece. そして, の

コース, the timeline will continue to develop, but my hope is that this

will be voted on on its merits.

ベイアー: 大丈夫. Let’s look at this first bill, インクルード $ 1 trillion-plus

dollar bill. This is fromThe New York Times.It references analysis from

the University of Pennsylvania’s Penn Wharton budget model, and it says

that the legislation would authorize $ 548 billion in new infrastructure

investments. The tax code would be changed to pay for roughly $ 132 十億

of that.

But this analysis says that the remaining $ 351 billion would be deficit

spending and that the legislation would have no significant impact on

economic growth through 2050 and that despite what Republicans and

Democrats who wrote this bill said, the growth would not generate the

savings, インクルード $ 56 billion that they estimate.

What do you say to that?

BUTTIGIEG: 上手, we think there’s going to be enormous economic growth

coming out of this, and I could point you to any number of studies from

bodies like Moody’s Analytics, which does a lot of close analysis and shows

the greater economic growth that we’d see here. But also, I think the

simple fact that you have enthusiastic support from players who aren’t

usually on the same side of an economic issue.

というのは, to see the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the AFL-CIO talking in the

same favorable way about the same bill really tells you something about its

economic power.

And you know, we have another deficit that’s not being talked about enough

たった今. That’s the infrastructure deficit. It is a cost that Americans

are paying every day because our roads are not in good enough shape and

they are damaging cars when you drive over holes in the road. The cost that

we are paying every day for America to slip out of the top ten, as we have,

in infrastructure, which leads to problems with economic competitiveness.

You look our competitors likecertainly, notably China making massive

investments in infrastructure, not because the Chinese Communist Party is

full of infrastructure enthusiasts like me. It’s because they recognize the

economic power of good infrastructure investments and so do Americans,

which is why there is such an amazing groundswell of bipartisan support for

this bill.

ベイアー: 上手, I think you’re right with lawmakers talk about infrastructure

and improving roads and bridges. There are other things in this bill. 私

want to talk about their concerns though, Republicans were not for this.

They are concerned abut that deficit debt.

As a candidate, then-Mayor Pete, as we called you then, you spoke a lot of

the federal debt. You said on the trail that it worried you deeply and that

Democrats should talk about it. Take a listen.

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BUTTIGIEG: The time has come for my party to get a lot more comfortable

owning this issue, because we’ve seen what’s happening under this

大統領, a trillion dollar deficit, and his allies in Congress do not

care. So we better do something about it.

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ベイアー: そう, is there any indication, 氏. 秘書, that your party is

taking advice of Mayor Pete?

BUTTIEGIEG: 絶対に, and you can tell because the president put forward

a way for this to be fully paid for from day one, when the American jobs

plan was released and the pay-fors that are in this bill are appropriate

for a bill that’s going to grow the economy and grow U.S. productivity.

見て, you don’t see the number of conservative Republicans supporting this

bill that you do unless it’s fiscally responsible. And I would also again

point to the cost of doing nothing, whether we’re talking but the federal

budget and deficit or whether we’re talking about the economy as a whole.

We simply cannot be in a robust physical, financial, and economic position

with third-grade infrastructure. I think that’s a common sense fact that

most Americans get.

And I think that’s why with this bill we are seeing something that you

don’t see very much in today’s Washington, which is Republicans and

民主党 — not all of them, but an awful lot of themstanding side-by-

side saying, はい, this is the right thing to do, let’s get it over the

finish line.

ベイアー: ええ, 再び, I come back to the House Speaker saying she’s tying it

to the second bill, and that’s really a question about how that process is

going to go forward.

What about the direction of your party?

Here is Senator John Thune talking about that.

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ITS. JOHN THUNE (R-SD): I think the Bernie Sanders wing of the party is

the tail wagging the dog. I think that the progressive wing is where the

energy is, it’s where the political money is on their side, and so when

彼ら — pretty much when they play the music, Democrats up here dance.

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ベイアー: Your reaction to that that?

BUTTIEGIEG: 上手, what I would say is the vision that the president has

put forward is embraced by the majority of Americans. もちろん, インクルード

majority of Democrats but independents, and an awful lot of Republicans

agree on the things that we need to do, not just the simple structure bill

but the idea that with all these loopholes, you’ve got corporations not

paying their fair share, the idea that Americans deserve to have paid

family leave like people in just about every other country. That health

care ought to be more affordable. That 4-year-olds ought to be able to get

pre-K and the community college ought to be free.

There’s nothing radical about these ideas. They are mainstream ideas pretty

much everywhere except, ええと, certain circles in Washington where we

are trying to make sure that Capitol Hill catches up to where the American

people already are. そう, we are not focused on

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ベイアー: すみません, why then are you having problems getting something like

Kyrsten Sinema from Arizona or Joe Manchin from West Virginia, 民主党,

to sign on to this second, broader bill if it’s, 全面的に, you say

America is buying into all of it.

BUTTIEGIEG: 上手, we celebrate the ideological diversity within our party.

This is not a command-and-control kind of party where everybody is on the

exact same page or where one person gets to dictate to other parts of our

big tent what to do. We hash it out. Sometimes we hash it out in public.

But I think that’s a sign of a healthy vision because overall it’s very

clear across the Democratic coalition we share views with, 再び,

independents and quite a few Republicans, that America needs to become an

easier place to get by, a place that supports families and workers more.

That’s the direction of the president is leading us in and I think it’s why

he got elected, why he enjoys the support that he has, and these are the

kinds of results that we’re going to continue working to show for the

American people.

ベイアー: 氏. 秘書, a couple more things. Does the Biden administration

now consider the situation at the border a crisis?

BUTTIEGIEG: 見て, we are going to continue to manage this in a way that

balances the security of this country with the need to do the right thing.

But the most important thingand you can use whatever word you want, だが

it is certainly something that has not been resolved over years and years

is the need for real, meaningful immigration reform. Another priority

that a bipartisan majority of the American people believe we ought to do

and that ought to happen here in Washington, あまりにも.

ベイアー: ええ. だが, in June of 2021, 税関と国境警備局

encountered 188,829 people attempting to enter the southwest border. そうだった

the 21-year high, 5 percent from lastfrom May, but 21-year high.

Is something going wrong on the border from the administration’s

視点?

BUTTIEGIEG: 上手, something’s wrong with America’s decades-long failure to

have comprehensive immigration reform and there’s clearly a lot of work to

be done there. The president supports meaningful legislative action and

we’re hopeful that that is possible even in today’s Washington.

ベイアー: Understanding this falls under the Department of Homeland Security,

but illegal immigrants are being transported from the border to other

states across the country.

Do you know how many states or where they’re going?

BUTTIEGIEG: So I don’t have the Homeland Security numbers handy, but what

I’ll tell you is that this administration is committed to safety and health

for all of the 300-plus million Americans within our borders and managing

the border according to those same principles.

ベイアー: Last thing, the president signed an executive order Thursday

setting a target for half of all the vehicles sold in the U.S. に 2030 に

be zero emission cars. たった今, あります 2 percent of the cars that are

fit under that, or electric. Nine years, pretty ambitious.

BUTTIEGIEG: It’s pretty ambitious but this president believes in America.

今, you see countries that are increasingly already at that majority

レベル. Why shouldn’t America be able to do that?

And here’s the most important thing: the truth is that the world is going

towards electric vehicles with or without us. The real reason for this

sense of urgency is we’ve got to make sure that America is leading the way

on EVs. That we’re talking about EVs that are made by American firms and

American workers on American soil and that doesn’t just happen. It takes

policy support.

And the second thing of course that’s at stake here is climate change is

リアル, it is destroying American lives and livelihoods and that’s going to

speed up unless we speed up our national efforts to do something about it.

ベイアー: ええ.

BUTTIGIEG: And EVs represent a national effort to address climate change

that creates jobs at the same time as it helps us prepare for the future.

ベイアー: ええと, Tesla is an American company making EVs. Tesla wasn’t

invited to the White House event. And the owner, the founder, Elon Musk

ツイート: ええ, seems odd that Tesla wasn’t invited.

Why was that? Is it because Tesla is not unionized?

BUTTIEGIEG: そう, there are a lot of American firms that are doing

remarkable work when it comes to electric vehicles. We were celebrating the

other day the fact that we’ve brought together labor leadership and the

leadership of any of these employers of UAW, the three biggest employers of

UAW workers, United Auto Workers, ホワイトハウスで.

今, what we are working on in our department and what we were announcing

that day was tailpipe emissions standards. To their credit, an all-electric

company like Tesla doesn’t even have tailpipes, and that’s an exciting

thing to see too.

There are start-ups that are working on this. There are newer companies

that are working on this. And then you have some of the most storied

recognizable, century-old names in American auto-making all moving in this

direction towards electric vehicles, and we’re excited about all of them.

ベイアー: 氏. 秘書, we appreciate your time. ありがとうございました.

BUTTIEGIEG: ありがとうございました.

ベイアー: 次に, Florida Republican Senator Rick Scott on his reaction to

the bipartisan deal in the making. プラス, his state’s uptake in COVID cases.

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ベイアー: There are new calls for mask mandates in schools as the more

contagious delta variant causes a spike in COVID among children. に

フロリダ, a record number of children are now in the hospital with COVID-19.

Joining us now, Florida Senator Rick Scott.

上院議員, welcome back toFOX News Sunday”.

SEN RICK SCOTT (R-FL): Good morning, Bret.

ベイアー: 上院議員, we want to talk about COVID in just a bit, but I want to

get to this bipartisan infrastructure deal that’s being worked on, オン

Capitol Hill.

Do you think it can pass? Should it pass? A number of your Republican

colleagues have been working to try to get it across the finish line.

SCOTT: 最初, Bret, I want to bringI just want to bring up Coach Bobby

ボーデン, who just passed away his morning, a legend in Florida, won two

national championships. And my heart goes out to his family.

ええと, with regard to the infrastructure, I like infrastructure. I spent

$ 85 billion in my years as governor on roads, 橋, airports and

seaports. だが, 同時に, I cut taxes and fees 100 times and I paid

off a third of the state debt.

We’ve got to start doing things responsibly. Less than half of this bill

has anything with roadshas anything to do with roads, 橋,

空港, and seaports and we were promised all along that this thing would

be fully paid for, we would not run any deficits and the Congressional

Budget Office came out and said, 番号, it’s going to run over a quarter

trillion dollarsa quarter trillion dollars. One bill. One bill will

have a quarter trillion dollars in deficits.

そして, ところで, Nancy Pelosi has said all along, she will not allow this

bill to go through the House unless they get their $ 5.5 trillion reckless

tax and spending bill done at the same time.

そう, let’s or member, if you helpif you help get this done, you’re

helping get the $ 5.5 trillion bill done.

ベイアー: As you’ve talked about as governor, you talked a lot about

インフラストラクチャー, numerous campaigns you did the same. According to the White

家, the American Society of Civil Engineers gave Florida a C grade on

its infrastructure report card. A number of bridges and highways in poor

調子, said they called this bill the single largest dedicated bridge

investment since construction of the interstate highway system. They’ve got

Florida specifically receiving $ 13.1 billion in federal aid highway

apportion program, $ 240 million for bridge replacement, and it goes on and

オン, the dollar figures for Florida alone.

So the question is, by opposing this bill that has been worked on, as I

言及された, by a number of your Republican colleagues, are you preventing

Florida from getting some of the federal money to deal with these big

problems?

SCOTT: ああ, I’m all for infrastructure. I’m all for roads, 橋,

空港, and seaports. Let’s do that. Let’s just do what we just talked

約, 道路, 橋, 空港, and seaports, and let’s do it in a

fiscally response manner. Let’s don’t go borrow more money because let’s

let’s look at what’s happened with inflation. Gas prices are up a buck in a

年. Food prices are up. What’s it caused by? Government spending that’s

not paid for. That’s what’s going on.

そして, ところで, ええと, everybody wants to talk about how they want to

spend money. No one wants to be honest with the American public, 彼らは

raising your taxes. They’re raising taxes on American. The middle class is

going to pay for this. So they want to talk about, ああ, はい, we want to go

spend all this money. Here’s the candy over here. But now that you have to

pay for all that, we don’t want to talk about that.

And so we were promised this would be paid for. So let’s do two things.

Let’s have real infrastructure, let’s live within our means, quit running

up the debt. We have almost $ 30 trillion worth of debt. そして, ところで, 我々

passed a debt ceiling where we have to have a vote to raise the debt

ceiling. They can’t spend this money because they’re going to borrow more

お金. So let’s be honest with the American public, spend money on roads,

橋, airports and seaports, do it responsibly like I did when I was

知事.

ベイアー: はい.

上院議員, you’re talking a lot about the deficit and debt. A number of

Republicans are. But it wasn’t that way under the Trump administration. に

fact, if you look at the numbers, the debt went up at the end of fiscal

2020, $ 26.9 兆. The Trump administration and Republicans added $ 6.7

trillion to the debt. That was since President Obama’s last budget, A 33

percent increase. Understanding COVID had a big role in that, but there’s

not a great track record for Republicans recently to tout themselves as

deficit debt hawks and now to be doing it here.

SCOTT: ああ, やった. I paid offI walked in as governor of Florida in 2011

とともに $ 4 billion budget deficit, a state that increased its debt every

year by over a billion dollars and I, in eight years, working with the

legislature, growing our economy, we paid off a third of the state debt.

Since I’ve been up here, I’ve been talking about the debt, how debt

excessive debt, excessive spending causes your family and the poorest

families the most money. It’s causing inflation. It’s causing ridiculous

inflation right now.

ベイアー: But you’re kind of a lone voice, aren’t you, or one of them?

SCOTT: ああ, 番号, we had a caucus meeting where we said, we’re not going to

raise the debt ceiling withoutall Republican senators said, we will not

raise the debt ceiling without structural change. That’s what we all agreed

する.

ベイアー: But my point is, is that you did under the Trump administration

with no strings attached.

SCOTT: I’ve been up here two years, Bret. I am working my tail off. 私は

fed up with a government that can’t live within their means. Every family

in this country has got to figure out how to live within their means.

私 — I grew up in a very poor family. My mom had to figure out how to put

food on the table without borrowing money. There was nobody that’s just

going to go throw money at her. So we all havewe all have to do it in

our personal lives. We have to do it as government. You can do it. 見る

how you spend the money.

Like on this bill, do it responsibly. Do roads, 橋, 空港, そして

seaports. Don’t borrow money. Grow the economy.

ベイアー: 大丈夫, 上院議員, I want to turn to COVID, if I could. Your state

has seen a risea major rise in COVID cases, 入院. これは

what the president said this week.

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ジョー・バイデン, アメリカ合衆国大統領: But the state with the lowest

vaccination rates are seeing ten to 20 times as many new cases per hundred

thousand people. It’s moving like wildfire through the unvaccinated

コミュニティ. And it’s heartbreaking.

たった2つの州, フロリダとテキサス, account for one-third of all new COVID-

19 cases in the entire country.

If some governors aren’t willing to do the right thing to beat this

パンデミック, then they should allowed businesses and universities who want to

do the right thing to be able to do it.

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ベイアー: 今, Florida makes up 6.5 percent of the U.S. population. And as

the president mentioned, it does account for nearly 22 percent of the

country’s new COVID cases. あなたが持っている 60 percent of the hospitals saying they

could see staffing shortages. You’ve got 187 children in the hospital there

フロリダにて, which is a record down there.

Yet during this time, デサンティス知事, the Florida governor, signed an

executive order barring school districts from forcing kids and students to

mask up to protect their freedom to choose.

Should he have done that now?

SCOTT: 上手, first off, 私 — ええと, ぼくの — I have a lot of concern for

all the people that have gotten COVID. I had COVID. 私は得る — 私 — but I

ええと, and I also took the vaccine. If you feel comfortable, おもう

everybody ought to get the vaccine and you ought to do whatever you can to

takemake sure your family’s safe.

Here’s what I think government ought to do, give us good information. 私

mean here’s what’s been frustrating about this. この — この — since COVID

started it’s been all political. Just give us good information. アメリカ人

are smart. They’ll make good decisions for their families. And we can’t go

back to fear, fear that kills jobs, fear that shuts down schools, 恐れ

that slows everything down because it hurtsit hurts all families.

Here’s what I believe we ought to do at every level of government. Let’s be

正直. If you feel comfortable, get the vaccine. そうでなければ, figure out

how you’re going to keep yourself safe. I mean that’s what I believe we

ought to be doing. And I’m going toI’m going to do everything I can to

tell people, ええと, それ, ええと, I’veI’ve been comfortable with

the vaccine. I had COVID. I don’t want anybody to get COVID.

ベイアー: Do you think former President Trump and other senior Republicans

are doing enough talking about vaccinations and the need for the population

to get that to keep people safe?

SCOTT: 上手, 彼 — he got the vaccine. I mean I thinkI mean I’ve done

everything I can to try to make sure people getare comfortable getting

the vaccine. I think that’s what every Republican I know is trying to make

sure people get good information and just tell people, ええと, もし、あんたが

feel comfortable, get the vaccine. I mean itI talked to a good friend

this week that got sick because he didn’the didn’t get vaccine and my

heart goes out to him andand his family. 私 — I hope no one else gets

sick. それは — ええと, I’veI’ve been blessed. I’ve got grandkids. 私

don’t want any of them to get sick. そう, be careful.

だが, ええと, getlet people make their choices. これは — ええと,

this is not a country where we need people telling us what to do. I love my

ママ. I hate her telling me what to do. Give me good information. I’ll make

a good decision.

ベイアー: Speaking of former President Trump, do you believe he’s going to

run in 2024?

SCOTT: 知りません. I mean I — というのは, who knows? 彼 — there’s a long

list of people that are talking about running in ’24. そう, we’ll see. He’s

raised a lot of money, I know that.

ベイアー: Are you one of those on the list?

SCOTT: I’m not planning to run. I’m the chairman of the National

Republican Central Committee right now working to getmake sure we get a

majority of Republicans back in the Senate so we can start acting fiscally

responsible and do the right thing for Americans.

ベイアー: Is the former president, トランプ, the leader of your party?

SCOTT: ええと, I think the voters are the leaders. 私 — ええと, これが

what’s interesting. 私 — I ran as, ええと, as an outsider in 2010 そして

みんな — everybody endorsed my opponent, every Republican in the

国, and they all said, ああ, 彼 — ええと — ええと, that all the

leaders have chosen him as the heir apparent and he was the leader of the

Republican Party in Florida at the time. I was able to win because I went

and I told people what I thought they — 私 — they wanted somebody to do.

That’s who’s going to win. ザ・ — in the next election, the ’22 election,

the ’24 election is, who’s got the right message and right background for

that time. And that’s who’s going to bethat’sbut the voters are the

leader of the party.

ベイアー: 上手, last thing. You said you are the head of the NRSC. 前者

president is taking credit for your fundraising. He put out a statement

saying that by using his name and likeness, that along with other

Republican groups, the National Republican Senatorial Committee raised

$ 51.2 百万. He said because of Trump and the Republican Party is unified

behind Trump and the patriots continue to fuel this movement.

そう, do you give the former president the credit for that fundraising, そして

is the party unified behind former President Trump?

SCOTT: 上手, first off, there’s lots of fathers of success and, ええと,

failures in (ph) orphan. So Iand we’ve done a really good job

there’s a lot of people. ザ・ — the president has been helpful, だが, 君は

知っている, there’s a lot of people that have been helpful. And if you look at

Republicans across the country, we’re raising money because people are fed

up with the Biden agenda. They know it’s not good for their families. 彼ら

don’t want open borders, closed schools. They don’t want all this

インフレーション. 彼ら — they would like somebody that would stand up to help the

Cuban people.

So that’s whyI mean thatthat’s why we’re going to have a great win

in ’22 and that’s where we’re raising money.

ベイアー: Senator Scott, we appreciate your time. Thanks for talking to us.

SCOTT: ありがとう.

ベイアー: Up next we’ll bring in our Sunday group to discuss COVID, travelers,

and the border.

(商業休憩)

ベイアー: 来る, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo fights trouble on multiple

fronts.

(ビデオクリップを開始)

GOV. アンドリュー・クオモ (D-NY): Trial by newspaper or biased reviews are not the

way to find the facts in this matter.

(ビデオクリップを終了する)

ベイアー: We’ll ask our Sunday panel about calls for Cuomo’s resignation and

potential impeachment.

(商業休憩)

(ビデオクリップを開始)

MIGUEL CARDONA, EDUCATION SECURITY: And I’ll tell you what worked. When you

マスクを着用, when you provide distancing, when you are testing regularly,

and when you’re quarantining, you can function in schools.

GOV. ロン・デサンティス (R-FL): What are the harmful effects of putting a

kindergartner in a mask for seven hours? Have they talked about the

感情の, the academic, the physiological? Why isn’t CDC studying that?

(ビデオクリップを終了する)

ベイアー: Florida Republican Governor Ron DeSantis telling the education

secretary to butt out of state level decisions on masks in schools.

It’s time now for our Sunday group.

Steve Hayes, co-founder and editor ofThe Dispatch,” Fox News contributor

Marie Harf, and Jonathan Swan fromAxios.

Jonathan, this is a battle. The COVID numbers are going up with the delta

variant all across the country, but there are states that are drawing a

line in the sand and saying we’re passing executive orders, the governors

です, to prevent schools from mandating masks, let alone mandating vaccines.

And therethere you see the school mask mandates, the reds, マスク

mandates band, and the greens, they’re required. This is setting up to be a

戦い.

JONATHAN SWAN, NATIONAL POLITICAL REPORTER, “AXIOS”: はい, and it has been

throughout the epidemic. There’s always been this — 上手, I say this word

probably would offend many Americans, but this problem of federalism, but I

mean that in the sense of, you cannot have a centralized policy in a

country where so much power is devolved to the states. So youyou have

when you have an activist federal government come in trying to create

some consistency across the country, that’s ineffably going to run into

this type of resistance.

この — you call itfeud, whatever you want to call it, 戦い, それ

benefits both President Biden and Ron DeSantis. For Ron DeSantis, he’s been

popular in his state for having him sort of pit against Joe Biden, elevates

him as a national figure. We all know that there’s a possibility he runs in

2024. And Joe Biden still has very high marks among the public for his

handling of COVID. So highlighting this effort from Ron DeSantis to — 持っている

foil is not necessarily bad politics for Joe Biden either.

ベイアー: 正しい.

Here is the president and Governor DeSantis. Take a listen.

(ビデオクリップを開始)

ジョー・バイデン, アメリカ合衆国大統領: If some governors aren’t willing

to do the right thing to beat this pandemic, than they should allow

businesses and universities who want to do the right thing to be able to do

それ. 私はこれらの知事に言います, 助けてください. しかし、あなたが助けるつもりがないなら,

少なくとも邪魔にならない.

GOV. ロン・デサンティス (D-FL): Joe Biden suggests that if you don’t do lockdown

ポリシー, then you should, 見積もり, get out of the way. But let me tell you

この, if you’re coming after the rights of parents in Florida, I’m standing

in your way. I’m not going to let you get away with it.

(ビデオクリップを終了する)

ベイアー: マリー, a couple of times the president’s mentioned Florida in

particular. He said governor who about Governor DeSantis.

To Jonathan’s point, we’re a long way from 2024. But is he essentially

lifting up Ron DeSantis, the Florida governor, ahead of that race?

MARIE HARF, FOXニュース寄稿者: I honestly don’t think that President

Biden sees this in any way as a political fight. Florida is on fire when it

comes to COVID. You’ve read the numbers off this morning. And when Ron

DeSantis says parents should be able to make decisions, that apparently

only means parents would agree with him because we have local leaders and

school boards and parents who are begging him to let them make the best

決定, whether that’s a mask mandate, whether that’s mask

recommendations, Ron DeSantis claims to support local control, 状態

control, and yet he doesn’t give that same control to local leaders in his

own state.

We know that the bottom line is people need to get vaccinated. And the good

news, Bret, is that this week the states where they’ve had the biggest

outbreaks of delta actually have some of the biggest vaccination rates.

They’ve really jumped the last few days. That’s great. But in these places

with outbreaks, governors need to let local leaders make decisions. それは

why you hear other Republican governors saying they regret preventing local

leaders from doing just that.

ベイアー: スティーブ.

STEVE HAYES, 最高経営責任者(CEO, CO-FOUNDER AND EDITOR, “THE DISPATCHAND FOX NEWS

CONTRIBUTOR: はい, I agree substantively with Governor DeSantis on the mask

mandates at the local level, but I think the principle of subsidiarity

would suggest where the problem of federalism, as Jonathan put it artfully,

suggests that local leaders should be making these decisions. それは

case that, as Marie says, if local leaders want to impose mask mandates,

let local leaders impose mask mandates. I wouldn’t be happy if that

happened in my locality, but I think if you take what Governor DeSantis

said there about Joe Biden, it also applies at the state and local level.

ベイアー: ええと, Jonathan, we talked briefly about the border with

Secretary Buttigieg, who is the transportation secretary, not that

department of homeland security secretary. But there is this issue inside

the administration about the border, how to talk about it, how Vice

President Harris deals with it, and we’re seeing COVID numbers rise among

the illegal immigrants coming across the border in record numbers.

SWAN: President Biden’s advisors view the border situation as among, if not

インクルード, biggest political liability that they have. 彼 — 彼 — the polling on

it is pretty stark. 彼 — voters do not give him high marks for his

handling of immigration.

So what they’ve done isis really try to keep it off the front burner,

not talk about it, focus on COVID and the economy, occasionally address it

when they feel they need to offer reassurance. But the fact is, as you laid

でる, but numbers are the highest they’ve been in two decades. It hasn’t

been seasonal. They continued through July. And there are a numberthere

are problems with COVID with this migrant community.

今, it can be overstated. がある — there’s a ton of community spread

そして — and there’s no strong evidence as far as I can tell that the spread

of delta can be attributed to this. だが — but it’s certainly a problem and

it’s a problem that the administration sees as aas a really substantial

political liability.

ベイアー: 番号, 正しい, we’re not saying thatthat the delta variant is

because of the border situation, but the percentages of illegal immigrants

coming across and their lack of vaccinations or COVID-positive numbers are

high that community.

SWAN: No question. No question.

ベイアー: マリー, it is a political liability. Is there a solution? You heard

Secretary Buttigieg talk about a bipartisan competence immigration reform.

それは — there’s zero chance.

HARF: 正しい, zero chance, Bret. That’s absolutely right. That is what we

ultimately need. Everyone has agreed thatfor some time that we actually

need Congress to act here but there’s no chance that will happen. So I

think the Biden administration is trying to do a few things. They’re trying

to manage this crisis, manage this influx of people. They have health

protocols in place to test people if they’re showing symptoms, to isolate

それら. The vice president is looking at root causes to try and stem the flow

where they come from.

But I do think there’s a broad recognition that the border is a challenge

with no easy or good answers and they’re trying to do things, 含む, 沿って

the way, keeping inin-place Title 42, インクルード — the Trump administration’s

regulation about being able to get rid or send migrants back quickly. そう

they’re trying a balancing game here, Bret, and it’s really challenging.

ベイアー: It is challenging, スティーブ.

HAYES: はい, but you can’t help notice the difference in the rhetoric

between the way that the Biden administration talks about thethe border

そしてその — the problems on the border, including COVID, and the way that

they talk about COVID in the context of the rest of the country. というのは

there’s not the urgency there. And I think Joe Biden would bewould be

wise to focus on the things that the federal government can do rather than

focus on people like Ron DeSantis and what the states are or aren’t doing.

You’ve got FDA approval that we need. Now the FDA just announced last week

that they’re going on a full print for full approval of the vaccine. 君は

have approval among children. There are things the federal government could

be doing that the Biden administration would be better paying attention to

those things, including the border.

ベイアー: 大丈夫, パネル, standby. We have to take a quick break.

次に, Democratic governors in trouble. New York’s Andrew Cuomo facing

calls for impeachment and California’s Gavin Newsom facing a recall

選挙.

(商業休憩)

(ビデオクリップを開始)

LETITIA JAMES, NEW YORK ATTORNEY GENERAL: The independent investigation has

concluded the Governor Andrew Cuomo sexually harassed multiple women and in

doing so violated federal and state law.

GOV. アンドリュー・クオモ (D-NY): I welcome the opportunity for a full and fair

review before a judge and a jury because this just did not happen.

(ビデオクリップを終了する)

ベイアー: New York Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo in a fight for his

political future after a bombshell report released by the state attorney

一般.

We’re back now with the panel.

マリー, President Biden has called for him to step down, Cuomo to resign.

There are increasing lists of Democrats who are doing the same thing, まだ

he seems defiant in this time.

HARF: はい, this is certainly his political M.O. that we’ve seen throughout

the governor’s career. But you’re right, バイデン大統領, every single

Democrat in New York. And the question now is whether he wants to put

himself and his family and his party through what will be a month’s long,

非常に, very embarrassing, difficult impeachment process, whether his ego

will prevent him from stepping down. I don’t know the answer to that.

I think he will be impeached. 疑問の余地はありません. The lieutenant governor,

キャシー・ホウクル, is an incredibly impressive public servant. I think there are

a lot of New York Democrats just waiting for her to be able to take the

helm here. But what a story of hubris and ego and, ええと, the question

is whether he can walk away from this with any sense of dignity left. 私

don’t know.

ベイアー: ザ・ — スティーブ, the attorney general in New York waswas pretty

blunt.

Take a listen

(ビデオクリップを開始)

LETITIA JAMES, NEW YORK ATTORNEY GENERAL: There were attempts to undermine

and to politicize this investigation and there were attacks on me, 同じように

as members of the team, which I find offensive. And our focus again should

be on the bravery and the courage of these 11 women and of the others who

came forward. These allegations were substantiated, they were corroborated.

And I believe these women.

(ビデオクリップを終了する)

ベイアー: スティーブ, there’s a lot of people who are upset that the investigation

into the governor’s handling of COVID in nursing homes was not the

impotence for what’s happening now in New York but this seems like it’s

moving the ball but it’s taking some time.

HAYES: はい. 上手, Governor Cuomo certainly, おもう, should have been

impeached for the many false things he said in the context of COVID and his

mishandling of the pandemic in general. だが, ええと, I think it’s worth

taking a moment to point out that Governor Cuomo was very quick in the

context of the Supreme Court nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to say that he

believes all women and to put himself squarely on the side of the women,

but he doesn’t believe the 11 women here. He doesn’t believe the women who

corroborated their accounts. He doesn’t believe the woman who led the

調査. He doesn’t believe Letitia James, the female attorney

一般. そして, 実際には, he went on to smear those people making these

請求.

I’ve looked at the report. Certainly the claims seem highly credible to me.

私は思いません, as a policybelieve all women is a good slogan. 私はしません

think as a policy it really works. But in this case, Governor Cuomo should

certainly be listening toto these women given the credibility of their

accounts and given what he knows about his own activity. And I think — 私

agree with Marie, the impeachment’s going to happen. Somebody who’s

operated the way Governor Cuomo has doesn’t have many friends among

民主党. And so when he looks around at a moment like this and wants

助けて, so many of the people that he’s alienated over the years are eager at

this point to push him aside.

ベイアー: Speaking of which, Governor Cuomo and the New York City mayor.

(ビデオクリップを開始)

GOV. アンドリュー・クオモ (D-NY): Trial by newspaper or biased reviews are not the

way to find the facts in this matter.

MAYOR BILL DE BLASIO (D), NEW YORK CITY: Just get the hell out of the way.

というのは, 最終的には, maybe he could close off his career with one act of

dignity and decency and just step aside. But don’t bet on that.

(ビデオクリップを終了する)

ベイアー: ええと, Jonathan, some people were saying this is like Ralph

Northam in Virginia, who survived his own scandal. But it seems like apples

and oranges as this is gaining steam. だが, 再び, taking a long time.

SWAN: はい, 私は思いません — I don’t put much stock inin people who are

making that comparison. I mean Ralph Northam had a much easier time. そこ

です, 明らかに, very detailed case against Andrew Cuomo and he’s lost the

confidence of the assembly, of the Democrats in the assembly. They held a

a conference call, I’m told, 後に — after the report was handed

ダウン. Nobody, not one person on the call spoke up on Cuomo — オン — 君は

知っている, in defense of Andrew Cuomo. そこ — he really doesn’t have any

support there.

今, what they’re worried about in New York, among the Democrats in power

現時点では, です, he’s going to use every tool in his toolbox. He’s going

to fight this. He’s got very high skilled lawyers. He wants the women to

appear in court. He’s obvious got a history of bullying and threatening.

And so this is not over yet and they’ve reallyit’s still a delicate

process that they’ve got to go through to get this toto a conviction.

ベイアー: California Governor Gavin Newsom, マリー, is also calling for Cuomo

to step down. Newsom has his own challenges in a recall election on

September 14th. Polls are very close. This weekend the Republicans — インクルード

party did not choose to endorse one candidate. がある 24. Larry Elder is

leading in the fundraising and doing well in the polls, but it’s all about

whether the recall actually happens. Fifty percent or more saying Newsom

should leave.

HARF: And it really depends on whether Democratic voters turn out. Gavin

Newsom’s team has a really aggressive on the ground effort right now

because there are enough Democratic voters to keep him in office but they

have to go to the polls. And the California GOP refusing to get behind one

candidate I think is really significant here, Bret.

ベイアー: はい, スティーブ, your thoughts on California?

HAYES: はい, I mean Governor Newsom, おもう, is reaping the — インクルード — インクルード

damage thatthat he did throughout his handling of the pandemic. そこ

are lots of moderate Democrats in California who were once supportive of

Gavin Newsom who are frustrated with thethe sort of strong hand he’s

taken, the mask mandates and whatnot. I think this will be close.

ベイアー: Jonathan, quickly.

SWAN: People need to take this seriously. I mean it waspeople talked

about this very dismissively earlier in the year. I think people realize

right now that ifif Democrats don’t show up that it’s possible for

someone like Larry Elder, who does have quite strong name recognition

because of his history as a talk radio host. So it’s absolutely a serious

人種. And the Newsom people, as Marie said, are taking this very seriously.

ベイアー: 大丈夫, パネル, ありがとうございました. See you next Sunday.

次に, 私たちの “Power Player of the Week,” the gift of a chemistry kit

unlocking one girl’s imagination to solve the world’s problems.

(商業休憩)

ベイアー: She’s just a teenager, but she’s already accomplished more in a few

short years than most of us could even imagine doing in a lifetime. As we

first told you last winter, she’s earned a big honor. Here’s Chris Wallace

彼と “Power Player of the Week.

(ビデオテープを始める)

GITANJALI RAO, “TIMEMAGAZINE KID OF THE YEAR: Every day of my life I

spend using science and technology for kindness.

クリス・ウォーレス, FOXニュースアンカー (voice over): Gitanjali Rao, scientist,

inventor and “時間” magazinesfirst ever Kid of the Year.

Chosen from 5,000 候補者, she was honored for her body of work at the

age of 15.

統一された男性: You are Kid of the Year!

RAO: I’m hoping that I can prove that anyone can be an innovator if they

have the passion to do so.

WALLACE (カメラで): You certainly don’t act like a kid.

Any problem being called the Kid of the Year?

RAO: The reason I can do all of this is because I’m a kid. Kids come up

with better ideas than adults because we’re not restricted by a box over

our head.

WALLACE (voice over): And think outside the box she does.

RAO: This fully functional device can help with

WALLACE: She invented a device called Tethys, a quick, inexpensive tool to

detect lead in drinking water.

WALLACE (カメラで): Is it true that the genesis, the impetus for this came

from seeing the lead contamination in Flint, ミシガン?

RAO: はい, that’s totally true. It’s just so unfair that so many kids my age

are essentially drinking a poison every day.

WALLACE (voice over): She also developed Kindly, which uses artificial

intelligence to flag cyberbullying.

RAO: Kindly basically lets the user know that this might not be the nicest

thing to say. Helping the bully basically make a learning experience out of

それ.

WALLACE: And there is Epione, that diagnosis opioid addiction at an early

ステージ.

RAO: The even cooler part is it gives you action items and a map of the

nearest addition centers and physician locations.

WALLACE: Inventions aside, Gitanjali reminded us she is still a kid.

RAO: Epione uses the protein expression from a gene in our body called

my phone decided to go off. OK.

WALLACE (カメラで): That seems like a 15-year-old there.

RAO: はい, that’s a 15-year-old thing.

Good morning, 全員!

WALLACE (voice over): She’s also helping other young people become

innovators.

RAO: So excited to be with you guys today.

WALLACE: Running workshops for tens of thousands of students.

RAO: That’s what makes me so excited is knowing that I am playing a part in

a global movement and I am playing a part towards making global change.

WALLACE: And when she’s not changing the world, she makes time for hobbies.

WALLACE (カメラで): 年齢で 15, you can’t drive, but you can do what?

RAO: I can fly a plane!

WALLACE (voice over): Whether in a plane or a lab, Gitanjali Rao is flying

高い.

WALLACE (カメラで): If you can do all of this in your first 15 years on

地球, what do you think you’re going to be able to accomplish over the

次 60 年?

RAO: I think that I’m just going to try and see what the world brings me

and continue making a positive difference with whatever I’m doing.

(ビデオテープを終了)

ベイアー: おとこ, she’s impressive.

Gitanjali’s next project? Exploring how we can prevent future pandemics.

That’s it for today.

Join me every weekday at 6:00 午後. Eastern Time for “スペシャルレポート” on Fox

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bipartisan infrastructure bill all from Capitol Hill and we’ll take you

live to the southern border with some new, exclusive video.

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