*** Thursday’s “Daily Rundown” line-up: Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN) on Syria… DNC Chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) on the Colorado recall and more… NBC’s Andrea Mitchell live from Geneva on Secy. Kerry’s trip… Plus The Atlantic’s Molly Ball, Democratic strategist Angela Rye and National Review’s Jim Geraghty join the Gaggle on Bloomberg’s rough week, a shutdown showdown breakdown and Syria.
*** Thursday’s “Jansing & Co.” line-up: Today’s guests include Rana Foroohar, TIME Assistant Managing Editor; Joe Conason, Editor-in-Chief, Nationalmemo.com; Rep. Steve Israel, (D) New York, Congressman & Chairman, DCCC; David Sanger, Chief Washington Correspondent, The New York Times; Sen. James Inhofe (R) Oklahoma; Goldie Taylor, msnbc Contributor & John Feehery, President, Quinn Gillespie Communications.
*** Thursday’s “MSNBC Live with Thomas Roberts” line-up: MSNBC’s Thomas Roberts interviews Sen. Jim Risch (R-ID) and member of the Senate Foreign Relations committee on the last-ditch diplomacy efforts in Syria. Attorney Faith Jenkins will discuss the latest with George Zimmerman’s domestic dispute with his estranged wife. Dean Gina Messina-Dysert will talk about the renewed debate on celibacy for Catholic priests. Ousted Colorado State Senator John Morse will join with Managing Editor of the TheGrio.com Joy-Ann Reid to discuss the gun debate raging in CO and two other states. Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak will explain why he wants to woo same-sex couples to Minnesota. Today’s Agenda Panel includes: MSNBC.com Managing Editor Dafna Linzer, NBCLatino.com Contributor Victoria DeFrancesco Soto and MaddowBlog’s Steve Benen.
*** Thursday’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports” line-up: NBC’s Andrea Mitchell, live from Geneva, interviews State Department Spokeswoman Jen Psaki, former Ambassador Thomas Pickering, Sen. Robert Menendez, Rep. Luis Gutierrez, the Washington Post’s Chris Cillizza and NBC’s Peter Alexander and Kelly O’Donnell
*** Thursday’s “News Nation with Tamron Hall” line-up: MSNBC’s Tamron Hall interviews Rep. Raul Grijalva (D-AZ) and Jason Johnson, a political science professor at Hiram College.
First published September 12 2013, 6:06 AM