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Face the Nation on the Radio 2/28
The battle against COVID-19 could be impacted by the rollout of a third vaccine. We get the latest from Dr. Anthony Fauci and former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb. Monday, March 1st is the deadline to reopen schools in Kentucky, We talk to Governor Andy Beshear about how his state moved to prioritize teachers to the front of the line for vaccines. We also hear from South Dakota, Republican Governor, Kristi Noem about her state taking the coronavirus "very seriously" despite comments by Dr. Fauci. DNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel and Republican Illinois Rep. Adam Kinzinger about former President Donald Trump, and the future of the Republican party. All that and more on this week's "Face the Nation," with moderator Margaret Brennan.
EXTRA: Full interview with Matt Pottinger
"Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan interviews Matt Pottinger, the Deputy National Security Adviser during the Trump Administration and one of the first people inside the White House to sound the alarm about the coronavirus early last year.
Face the Nation on the Radio 2/21
Mark Strassmann reports the latest on the recovery efforts in Texas, Plus interviews with Fort Wayne Mayor Betsy Price, and Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner on how their cities are coping with the winter blast. We'll hear from former White House deputy national security adviser, Matt Pottinger, for his insight on the Trump administration's response to COVID-19, the virus' origins and more. As the global community doubles-down on its commitment to vaccine access this week, what needs to happen next? We'll hear from former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb. All this and more on this week's "Face the Nation."
EXTRA: Full interview with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson
An exclusive interview with UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson about his response to the pandemic and his relationship with the Biden administration.
Face the Nation on the Radio 2/14/21
On this week's "Face the Nation," The second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump ended Saturday with a not guilty verdict. We'll get a reaction from impeachment manager Rep. Joe Neguse. During the trial, haunting images of the violent insurrection on the US Capitol were shown. CBS's Mark Strassmann reports on the impact the January 6th attack had on lawmakers and Americans alike. This week, RiteAid and other pharmacies are getting Covid19 vaccines DIRECTLY. We hear from CEO Heyward Donigan. Former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb weighs in on the distribution of the vaccines. Meanwhile CDC Director Rochelle Walensky discusses the new guidance on opening schools. Plus an exclusive interview with British Prime Minster, Boris Johnson, who will host President Biden this upcoming week, to discuss the global response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Face the Nation on the Radio 1.7.2021
On this week's "Face the Nation ," Americans want answers about the COVID-19 vaccine and financial relief, as the debate continues in Washington. Moderator Margaret Brennan hears from Republican Senator Lindsay Graham, newly confirmed Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb, and the WHO'S Maria Van Kerkhove. Plus, a Super Bowl Sunday like no other, we hear from CBS News Special correspondent and "NFL Today host, James Brown, about the challenges the NFL faced leading up to Super Bowl LV (55.)
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