(The Daily Show's Trevor Noah with the most cringe worthy Donald Trump clip yet, speculating about the potential physical attributes of his then infant daughter.)
Happy Sunday morning everyone! Presidential politics are dominating the talking head shows once again this weekend, and for some unknown reason, President Obama has decided to appear on Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace and give the "fair and balanced" GOP TV propaganda channel some fodder to attack him over as soon as the interview finishes airing.
Why is beyond me, but no one from his team of advisers is asking me for my input on what television appearances he should be making.
The rest of the shows are dominated by the usual suspects, which means, as always, that any actual liberals that are allowed on these shows are outnumbered by a margin of five or ten to one by their right wing or beltway both siderist counterparts.
Here's the lineup for this Sunday, courtesy of the Orlando Sentinel (check your local listings for times and stations in your area): Obama, Clinton, Sanders: Sunday guests:
Obama talks to "Fox News Sunday" at 10 a.m. on WOFL-Channel 35. The panel will be Juan Williams, George Will, Anne Gearan of The Washington Post and Karl Rove, former Bush White House adviser. The interview repeats at 2, 6 and 9 p.m. Sunday on Fox News Channel.
Presidential candidates Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and Gov. John Kasich, R-Ohio, talk to CBS' "Face the Nation" at 10:30 a.m. on WKMG-Channel 6. The panel will be Dan Balz of The Washington Post, Jamelle Bouie of Slate, Jennifer Jacobs of Bloomberg Politics and Ramesh Ponnuru of The National Review. Ken Burns discusses his documentary "Jackie Robinson," which airs Monday and Tuesday on PBS.
Sanders is a guest on NBC's "Meet the Press" at 9 a.m. on WESH-Channel 2. The program also features Paul Manafort, convention manager for Donald Trump's campaign; New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio; and Glenn Beck, found of TheBlaze. The panel will be Matt Bai of Yahoo! News, Molly Ball of The Atlantic, Rich Lowry of The National Review and Joy-Ann Reid of MSNBC.↓ Story continues below ↓
Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Sanders talk to CNN's "State of the Union" at 9 a.m. and noon. The program also features a Dana Bash interview with presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas. The panel will be Van Jones, Amanda Carpenter, Nina Turner and Andre Bauer.
Ed Cox, chairman of the Republican Party of New York, is a guest on "Sunday Morning Futures" at 10 a.m. on Fox News Channel. The program features Luis Miranda of the Democratic National Committee; Sebastian Gorka, author of "Defeating Jihad: The Winnable War"; and Art Laffer, economist and chairman of Laffer Associates. The panel will be GOP strategist Ed Rollins, Democratic consultant Hank Sheinkopf and Republican strategist Tony Sayegh.
"Fareed Zakaria GPS" presents excerpts of an April 7 event that Zakaria moderated featuring U.S. Federal Reserve chairs. The program airs at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. on CNN. The event featured Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen and past chairs Ben Bernanke (2006-2014); Alan Greenspan (1987-2006); and Paul Volcker (1979-1987). Other guests are Arianna Huffington, president and editor-in-chief of AOL Huffington Post Media Group, and Irshad Manji, founder of Moral Courage Project and author of "Allah, Liberty and Love."
Jim Rutenberg and Margaret Sullivan of The New York Times talk to "Reliable Sources" at 11 a.m. on CNN. Other guests are Fred Dicker of the New York Post; Brian Lehrer, host of "The Brian Lehrer Show; Bob Hardt, political director of NY1; Hilde Kate Lysiak, editor and publisher of Orange Street News; and Bridget Reddan, mother of a 9-year-old reporter.
Mara Liasson of NPR and Marisa Guthrie of The Hollywood Reporter are guests on "MediaBuzz" at 11 a.m. on Fox News Channel. Other guests are Heidi Przybyla of USA Today; Gayle Trotter, attorney and Daily Caller contributor; Charles Gasparino of Fox Business Network; and author Jill Kelley.
The panel on "Inside Politics, at 8 a.m. on CNN, will be Jonathan Martin of The New York Times, Sara Murray of CNN, Lisa Lerer of The Associated Press and Manu Raju of CNN.