This Sunday on State of the Union
April 1st, 2011
12:00 PM ET
3 years ago

This Sunday on State of the Union

Gen. James Jones (Ret.) joins us exclusively, live and in-studio, for his first Sunday show interview since leaving the White House last October. We’ll ask President Obama’s former national security adviser about the conflict in Libya and the role of U.S. military assets going forward.

Then, it’s deja vu as Congress looks to yet again to avert a shutdown of the federal government. Texas Sen. John Cornyn wants a balanced budget amendment to the Constitution and stands waiting for big cuts. Virginia Sen. Mark Warner wants cuts too and is working with a bipartisan group of senators to propose a compromise plan for trimming some fat off of a bulging government budget. Both will join us live.

And finally, we’ll button up the political news of the week and look ahead with CNN contributors Donna Brazile and Bill Bennett.


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