GOP presidential competition will browbeat Sunday shows

WASHINGTON—GOP presidential carefree Donald Trump won’t be on any of a Sunday speak shows, though a New York billionaire will be core theatre nonetheless.

Featured guests—including several of Trump’s rivals for a GOP nomination—will speak about Trump’s argumentative comments on immigration, his peppery critique of other Republicans, and his high station in a inhabitant polls. The Republican possibilities will also, of course, surveillance their possess presidential prospects.

On a other side of a aisle, Democratic presidential claimant Bernie Sanders, a Vermont independent, and others will speak about a success of his populist message. And other panelists will plead gun assault after a new shootings in Louisiana and Tennessee, along with a debate surrounding Planned Parenthood’s doing of fetal tissue.

Here’s a full lineup:

•CBS’ Face a Natio: Former Texas Governor and GOP presidential claimant Rick Perry; Kentucky GOP Sen. Rand Paul, also a presidential contender; Sen. Joe Manchin, D-West Virginia; ex-Obama National Security Adviser Tom Donilon; and former House Intelligence Committee authority Mike Rogers, R-Michigan.

•NBC’s Meet a Press Sanders; Jon Nichols, Washington match for The Nation; Patrick J. Buchanan, a one-time confidant to Presidents Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford and Ronald Reagan; and Ohio Gov. John Kasich, a 16th Republican to burst into a presidential race.

•CNN’s State of a Union Perry will seem again, along with: SE Cupp, a CNN domestic commentator; Bakari Sellers, former South Carolina House of Representative; Ken Cuccinelli, former Virginia profession general; and Neera Tanden, boss of a Center for American Progress, a magnanimous advocacy group.

•Fox News Sunday:

•ABC’s This Week Attorney General Loretta Lynch, South Carolina Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham, who is also using for president; and Cecile Richards, boss of Planned Parenthood.

•WUSA9 Capital Download: Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Md; Paul S. Ryan of a Campaign Legal Center; domestic roundtable with Politico’s Manu Raju and NPR’s Domenico Montanero.

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