Can leading 2024 candidates remain on top? Political strategists weigh in | The Fox News Rundown

A New York jury reached a verdict on Tuesday, finding former President Trump liable in E. Jean Caroll’s civil case against him for sexual abuse. The 2024 GOP front-runner responded to the news, calling the verdict "a disgrace." Meanwhile, President Biden is facing a new low in his approval rating, causing many in his party to wonder if his candidacy for reelection is as strong as they once thought. Republican strategist Colin Reed joins the podcast to discuss why he expects former President Trump to weather this scandal and which candidates will benefit from his legal woes. Later, Co-host of The Five and Democratic strategist Jessica Tarlov joins the Rundown to discuss President Biden’s troubling poll numbers and why she forecasts an uphill battle for Senate Democrats in 2024. #FoxNews Subscribe to Fox News!
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