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Nov 19, 2017 MSNBCW
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This Sunday-morning public-affairs institution is network TV's oldest program, but it's certainly no dinosaur as it continues to be a prime forum for newsmakers (domestic and foreign) wanting to make announcements or test political waters. The series, in which guests are questioned by the moderator and a panel of journalists, began its life in prime time in November 1947.
Topics: Mick Mulvaney, Trump Administration, Executive Branch, Taxes, Corporations, Federal Budget,...
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This Sunday-morning public-affairs institution is network TV's oldest program, but it's certainly no dinosaur as it continues to be a prime forum for newsmakers (domestic and foreign) wanting to make announcements or test political waters. The series, in which guests are questioned by the moderator and a panel of journalists, began its life in prime time in November 1947.
Topics: Mick Mulvaney, Trump Administration, Executive Branch, Fake News, Taxes, Debt, Natural Disasters