The circuit of this week’s Sunday broadcasts is expected to focus on the January 6 anniversary earlier this week as well as upcoming talks between Russia and the United States as tensions between the two countries rise.
Talks between Russia and the United States are expected to begin on Monday. A senior Biden administration official told reporters on Saturday that US plans to start talks on military exercises in Eastern Europe and missile placements during its meetings with the Russian delegation.
“Russia has said it feels threatened by the prospect of placing offensive missile systems in Ukraine. Like President BidenJoe Biden Are we investing trillions in what matters? Biden praises Reid as a fighter “for the America we all love” at Fox News memorial service tops ratings for coverage of the events of January 6 MORE Recount [Russian] President Putin, the United States has no intention of doing this. So this is an area where we may be able to come to an agreement if Russia is willing to make a reciprocal commitment, ”a senior official in the Biden administration told reporters.
Waiting for, tensions between the United States and Russia have increased Saturday as Kremlin berated Secretary of State Antoine BlinkenAntony BlinkenSunday shows preview: Congress marks January 6 anniversary; US, Russia to hold talks amid mounting tensions US-Russia tensions rise over military involvement in Kazakhstan Democrats and Cruz prepare for standoff on Russian pipeline MOREwho said the day before following the Russian military intervention in Kazakhstan amid the unrest, “it is sometimes very difficult to get ‘the Russians to leave’ once [they] are in your house.
Blinken’s comments appear to be a blow to Russia after the Collective Security Treaty Organization – made up of five former Soviet allies and Russia – sent troops into politically unstable Kazakhstan.
“If Antony Blinken enjoys history lessons so much, then he should take the following into account: when Americans are in your house, it can be difficult to stay alive and not be robbed or raped,” said the Russian Foreign Ministry on Telegram, saying the Secretary of State’s comment was “generally offensive,” Reuters reported.
Blinken will appear on ABC’s “This Week” and CNN’s “State of the Union” Sunday.
Closer to home, President Biden strongly rebuked the former President TrumpDonald Trump Fox News tops the charts for covering the events of January 6. Preview of Sunday broadcasts: Congress marks January 6; US, Russia to hold talks amid mounting tensions Democrats must close the perception gap MORE Thursday in a speech marking the anniversary of the January 6 uprising at the Capitol in 2021.
In his speech, Biden accused Trump of spreading a “network of lies” that laid the groundwork for attacking a host of his supporters last year and directly challenged the former president’s claims, which he and his allies have held for some time without evidence. , that Biden won the election with fraudulent votes.
Former President Trump responded to President Biden’s January 6 speechclaiming that Biden’s allusion to his role in the attack deepened political divisions in the country.
“This political theater is just a distraction from the fact that Biden completely and utterly failed,” Trump said. The former president further reiterated his baseless claims that the 2020 election was rigged.
Also in memory of the insurrection of January 6, the President of the Chamber Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiBiden praises Reid as a fighter “for the America we all love” at the Sunday Memorial Service Preview: Congress marks its anniversary on January 6; US, Russia to hold talks amid mounting tensions Jan 6 woman attack on Capitol Hill involved in fatal car crash MORE (D-California) conducted a minute’s silence upstairs in the House on Thursday. She was joined by more than a dozen fellow Democrats and a House Republican, Rep. Liz cheneyElizabeth (Liz) Lynn Cheney Fox News tops the charts for coverage of the events of January 6. Preview of Sunday broadcasts: Congress marks January 6; US, Russia to hold talks amid mounting tensions The US sees its image tarnished abroad after January. 6 MORE (Wyo.).
Pelosi called attention to Congressional staff who were on Capitol Hill that day, especially saluting those who took the boxes with certified election votes away from the crowds. She also thanked the police who faced danger while defending the building.
“That day and the days that followed, they were the defenders of our democracy. And their courage and patriotism remain a source of inspiration, ”Pelosi said.
The Speaker of the House is scheduled to appear on “Face the Nation” on CBS on Sunday.
House Minority Leader Kevin mccarthyKevin McCarthySunday provides a preview: Congress marks its anniversary on January 6; US, Russia to hold talks amid mounting tensions McCaul tests positive for COVID-19 in latest Congressional breakthrough Ex-McCarthy staff member: GOP chief’s strategy dictated by ‘most extreme wings »From the PLUS party in a letter to his GOP colleagues this week, acknowledged the anniversary and accused Democrats of using the events of Jan. 6 as a “partisan political weapon.”
“Sadly, a year later, the majority party doesn’t seem any closer to answering the central question of how the Capitol was left so ill-prepared and what needs to be done to make sure it doesn’t happen again,” a- he writes. “Instead, they are using it as a partisan political weapon to further divide our country.”
McCarthy is scheduled to appear on Fox News Channel’s “Sunday Morning Futures”.
On January 6, the House select committee continued to investigate the attack on the Capitol. representing Jamie raskinJamin (Jamie) Ben RaskinSunday preview: Congress marks its anniversary on January 6; The United States and Russia will hold talks amid growing tensions. (D-Md.), Who is on the panel, is expected to appear in ABC’s “This Week” and one of only two Republicans on the select committee, Rep. Adam kinzingerAdam Daniel KinzingerFox News tops the charts for coverage of the events of January 6. Preview of Sunday broadcasts: Congress marks January 6; No, January 6 was no worse than September 11, and democracy is not in danger: here’s why MORE (Ill.), Is scheduled for NBC’s “Meet the Press”.
Below is the full list of guests expected to appear on this week’s Sunday talk shows:
ABC’s “This Week” – State Secretary Antony Blinken; Senator Mike RondeMike RoundsSunday provides preview: Congress marks its anniversary on January 6; US, Russia to hold talks amid rising tensions Democrats push Manchin over ‘nuclear option’ for voting rights Manchin summons bipartisan group to discuss Senate rule reform MORERS.D. ; Representative Jamie Raskin, D-Md.
NBC’s “Meet the Press” – The Mayor of Chicago Lori LightfootLori LightfootPandemic puts teacher unions in the spotlight ahead of midterm. The United States and Russia will hold talks amid growing tensions. Chicago Teachers Union proposes to keep distance learning courses until Jan. 18, relaxes demands for MORE tests; Representative Adam Kinzinger, R-Ill. ; Zeke Emanuel, vice-president at the University of Pennsylvania.
CBS ‘Face the Nation’ – Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, D-California; New York City Mayor Eric Adams; Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger; David Becker, executive director of the Center for Election Innovation & Research; Dr Scott Gottlieb, former Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration.
CNN’s “State of the Union” – Blinken; Adams; Govt. Asa hutchinsonAsa HutchinsonSunday preview: Congress marks its anniversary on January 6; US, Russia to hold talks amid rising tensions White House asks governors to appoint CDC infrastructure coordinators to reconsider latest guidelines amid backlash, increase in cases MORER-Arche.
“Fox News Sunday” – Dr. Rochelle WalenskyRochelle WalenskySunday preview: the Congress marks its anniversary on January 6; US, Russia to hold talks amid mounting tensions Baltimore County schools are bracing for potential transitions to e-learning.director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Mayor of Miami Francois SuarezFrancis SuarezSunday shows the preview: Congress marks January 6 anniversary; US, Russia To Hold Talks Amid Growing Tensions The Hill’s Morning Report – Presented by National Industries for the Blind – Manchin says no; White House responds to Hillicon Valley – Immigrants placed in PLUS surveillance programs; representing Jim ClyburnJames (Jim) Enos ClyburnSunday preview: Congress marks its anniversary on January 6; US, Russia to hold talks amid mounting tensions Democrats seek to diversify their ranks in an attempt to keep Senate Senator Rob Portman announces positive COVID-19 test MOREDS.C.
FOX News Sunday Morning Futures (1/9/22) – House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif .; Go. Kristi noemKristi Lynn NoemSunday provides an overview: Congress marks its anniversary on January 6; US, Russia to hold talks amid mounting tensions Senate Minority Whip Thune, a close ally of McConnell, to run for office The 10 Republicans most likely to run for President MORER-SD; Senator Ron johnsonRonald (Ron) Harold JohnsonSunday preview: Congress marks its anniversary on January 6; US, Russia to hold talks amid mounting tensions Democrats must close the perception gap Senate Minority Whip Thune, McConnell’s close ally, to run for election MORER-Wisc .; Dr Pierre Kory MD Critical Care and Pulmonary Medicine