ABC’s “This Week” will feature White House senior adviser David Plouffe and Romney campaign senior adviser Ed Gillespie in a discussion of the final days of the race, as well as the latest ABC poll numbers. The roundtable has . . . → Read More: Sunday Talks, 11/4/12
NBC’s “Meet the Press” will feature Chris Christie to talk about the upcoming presidential debates. In addition, Ralph Reed, former Governor Ed Rendell (D-PA), the BBC’s Katty Kay and MSNBC’s Chuck Todd will also discuss the upcoming debates.
On . . . → Read More: Sunday Talks, 9/30/12
On the eve of the Republican National Convention, the party’s presumptive presidential nominee, Mitt Romney, and his wife Ann sit for an exclusive interview for “Fox News Sunday” that leads the Sunday television talk shows anchored largely at the . . . → Read More: Sunday Talks, 8/26/12
This fall’s elections and this summer’s legislative priorities lead the Sunday television talk shows, as Congress prepares to return from a week-long Fourth of July recess and President Barack Obama and Republican rival Mitt Romney exchange blows over the . . . → Read More: Sunday Talks, 7/8/12
It’s the April Fool’s Day edition of Sunday Talks! However – no fooling! – Joe Biden is going to be on Face the Nation. Not to worry, though. There are still plenty of fools hitting the Sunday talk show . . . → Read More: Sunday Talks, 4/1/12
This Sunday’s television talk shows assess the results of South Carolina’s first-in-the-South Republican presidential primary. (i.e., another excuse to have mostly Republicans on their shows.)
On the day after the vote, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney is on “Fox . . . → Read More: Sunday Talks, 1/22/12
Members of the powerful deficit-slashing supercommittee highlight this Sunday’s television talk shows as the 12-member, bipartisan panel struggles to find $1.2 trillion in savings by Thanksgiving.
The committee’s Republican co-chair, Texas Rep. Jeb Hensarling, is on CNN’s “State of . . . → Read More: Sunday Talks, 11/13/11
Former White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel highlights this Sunday’s television talk shows in his new role as mayor of Chicago.
He’ll appear – live from Chicago – on NBC’s “Meet the Press” to discuss his early tenure . . . → Read More: Sunday Talks, 10/9/11