In case you missed it, the Sunday morning talk shows this past weekend devoted much of their air time to two subjects: Donald Trump and the Paris climate deal. Here's a quick recap—click the links for complete details and video clips.
ABC's "This Week With George Stephanopoulos"
ABC's Sunday morning talker covered the latest Iowa Poll released by The Des Moines Register, Donald Trump's proposal to ban Muslim immigration to the U.S., Ben Carson's threat to leave the GOP, the Paris climate deal, threats to Muslim Americans since the San Bernardino attack, and the recent downturn in the global stock markets.
CBS' "Face the Nation"
CBS's Sunday morning politics program focused on the latest news regarding the Paris climate deal, and the state of the 2016 presidential campaign. Interviews include: Secretary of State John Kerry, Ohio Gov. John Kasich, GOP strategist Frank Luntz and U.S. Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.).
NBC's "Meet the Press"
NBC's signature Sunday morning program took a look at Donald Trump's Muslim immigration ban, the potential for a contested convention, and a look at the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll of the Republican presidential nomination race. It also covered the Paris climate talks.
"FOX News Sunday With Chris Wallace"
FOX's Sunday program featured a one-on-one interview with Donald Trump, and the unveiling of a new opinion poll of the Republican presidential nomination race. It also included an interview of Secretary of State John Kerry regarding the Paris climate deal, and a panel discussion of whether or not Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel can retain his office.
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