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People fed up with establishment politics share their opinions about why they are throwing their support behind unconventional candidates in 2016.
When Barack Obama took office, he inherited a professional, world-class, battle-toughened military. Seven years later, many experts see the U.S. armed forces as a tattered and demoralized organization. Fox News Reporting - Rising Threats - Shrinking Military investigates what President Obama has done with—and to—the military. Bret Baier looks at the hundreds of billions in cuts, the radical social change forced upon the troops, and a foreign policy that breaks with decades of tradition and leaves us in a world more dangerous than ever. The hour includes interviews with Obama's first three Secretaries of Defense, Robert Gates, Leon Panetta and Chuck Hagel, as well as numerous people, on the ground, who work to keep America's fighting forces battle ready.
When Donald Trump announced his candidacy last summer, the experts rolled their eyes. They'd heard it before and few took him seriously. But his blunt talk, and promise to "Make America Great Again," struck a nerve. He became the GOP frontrunner, with a base of voters whose belief in the man borders on fanaticism. In "Donald Trump – The Disrupter," airing Saturday and Sunday at 8 p.m. ET, Fox News gives viewers access inside this improbable presidential campaign – warts and all -- speaking to the developer's family, friends and supporters, and going on the road with the candidate himself. Trump has disrupted the pundits, the GOP, the presidential race and business-as-usual. This assault on the political world has naturally created pushback, and the hour also investigates the resistance Trump has gotten from both right and left – and the damage he has done to himself.
Mexican actress Kate del Castillo discusses her relationship with Joaquin Guzman, better known as the head of the Sinaloa Drug Cartel, ``El Chapo''; talking with former assistant special agent of the Drug Enforcement Administration, Carl Pike.
Fox News correspondents report from Africa where the Zika virus was first discovered; mosquito hunters and scientists in Texas describe the precautions being taken; heads of the CDC and NIH talk about disease prevention for pregnant mothers.