Rep. Raul Labrador (R-ID), Washington Post columnist Kathleen Parker, Managing Editor of TheGrio.com Joy Reid, NBC News political director and chief White House correspondent Chuck Todd, and NBC News special correspondent Tom Brokaw.
Matthew Dowd, Cokie Roberts, James Carville, Paul Gigot, and Mia Love.
Bob Woodward, David Sanger, Rana Foroohar and John Dickerson discuss how bad the sequester will be, how we got here, and what's next on Washington's agenda.
Panelists Bill Kristol, Kirsten Powers, Charles Lane, and Scott Brown discuss the Sequester.
CHRIS WALLACE, "FOX NEWS SUNDAY" HOST: You must know that there are a lot of people in the party who still blame you for losing the race they think that the Republicans could have won in 2012. To a certain degree, when you hear about the rebranding, aren't people saying they want to distance the party from you? MITT ROMNEY: Well, I recognize
House Speaker John Boehner weighs in on the automatic spending cuts which recently went into effect and what is next.
GREGORY: Back in October, the President staked out some very clear grounds, in a presidential debate against Mitt Romney, here is one: PRESIDENT OBAMA: First of all, the sequester is not something that I proposed. IT is something that congress proposed. It will not happen. The budget that we’re talking about is not reducing our military spendi
ANN ROMNEY: It was not just the campaign's fault. I believe it was the media's fault, as well. It's that he was not being given a fair shake. People weren't allowed to really see him for who he was. CHRIS WALLACE: Alright, what about the media? ANN ROMNEY: I'm happy to blame the media. CHRIS WALLACE: Do you think the media was in the tank
Former NBA star Dennis Rodman said he bears a message for President Obama from the country’s oppressive leader, Kim Jong Un. “He wants Obama to do one thing: Call him,” Rodman told ABC’s George Stephanopoulos on “This Week.” “He said, ‘If you can, Dennis – I don’t want [to] do war. I don’t want to do war.’ He said that to