The pressure is on and expectations are high as the Obama administrationâs Dec. 1 deadline to fix the problems with the Healthcare.gov website arrives. The Sunday news shows this week will delve into that topic, plus the emerging details of an interim deal to halt Iranâs nuclear program.
âFox News Sundayâ will feature James C. Capretta of the Ethics & Public Policy Center and Neera Tanden, the president of the Center for American Progress, discussing the health care deadline and concerns that users could again overwhelm the site. Michael V. Hayden, former director of the National Security Agency, will give his take on the pros and cons of the agreement on Iranâs nuclear program.
Tom Donilon, former national security adviser for President Obama, stops by ABCâs âThis Weekâ to discuss Iran, the future of United States troops in Afghanistan and Chinaâs newly declared air defense zone.
Representatives Mike Rogers, Republican of Michigan and chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, and Chris Van Hollen, Democrat of Maryland and member of the Budget Committee, will appear on NBCâs âMeet the Pressâ to evaluate the Iran nuclear deal and potential trouble in Congress for Mr. Obama over the health care siteâs problems. Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan of New York will discuss the effect of the Affordable Care Act on the Catholic Church.
Those subjects will be explored further on CBSâs âFace the Nationâ by Senators Robert Menendez, Democrat of New Jersey, and Bob Corker, Republican of Tennessee, both members of the Foreign Relations Committee. Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin will also be interviewed.
Howard Dean, former Vermont governor, and Rick Santorum, former senator from Pennsylvania, will be on CNNâs âState of the Unionâ to discuss the Supreme Courtâs decision to hear an appeal concerning mandated contraception coverage under the new health care law. Senator Dianne Feinstein, Democrat of California, and Representative Rogers will talk about the threat of terrorism at home and abroad.
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, Democrat of New York, will discuss her proposal to change the way sexual assault cases in the military are handled on Univisionâs âAl Punto.â
Ben Nelson, former senator from Nebraska and chief executive of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, will be on C-Spanâs âNewsmakersâ to weigh in on how the nationâs insurance commissioners are adapting to the changes in health care laws around the country.