Hive editor Jon Kelly, Kristen Scholer, and the VF Hive Panel take us through the five biggest stories of the day in politics, business, and technology. Emily Jane Fox kicks things off with a report on Ivanka Trump's tweet in support of Oprah Winfrey. Ivanka called Oprah's speech inspiring and empowering. The panel discusses the irony of the tweet considering Donald Trump's track record and whether it may have exposed her political instincts.
Maya Kosoff weighs in to discuss the latest woes for Evan Spiegel. She talks about the unpopular update that Snap rolled out this week and the fact that the company's stock is trading at about 50 percent of its IPO value.
T.A. Frank and Tina Nguyen join the discussion to weigh in on a potential Mitt Romney run for Orrin Hatch's Senate seat in Utah. The panel debates a possible presidential run for Romney in 2020.
Frank and Nguyen also report on Steve Bannon's ouster from Breitbart. They discuss the rift between Rebekah and Robert Mercer and Steve Bannon, as well as reports that the Mercers actually soured on Bannon months ago.
Emily Frank returns to round out the Hive Five to talk about Donald Trump and how his trip to Davos will be perceived by his base. T.A. Frank and Tina Nguyen also join in to discuss how Trump's America First agenda may not be so popular overseas.