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Tim Geithner, Treasury Secretary

Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN)

Gov. Ed Rendell (D-PA), Fmr. Chair, Democratic National Committee

Ron Brownstein, Political Director, Atlantic Media; Columnist, National Journal

José Díaz-Balart, Anchor, Telemundo's "Enfoque"

This Sunday: President Obama met this week with Congressional leaders on both sides of the aisle to push his proposed legislation to overhaul the rules governing Wall Street. Will Congress be able to find agreement and pass reform to help avoid future bank bailouts at the tax-payers' expense? Plus, encouraging news for the economy in a robust manufacturing report, but weakness continues on the jobs front. What does it all mean for an economic recovery? We'll ask the man charged with overseeing the nation's financial health: an exclusive interview with Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner.

Also, how will the growing tea party movement impact 2010 election races across the country? What can the government do to prevent another financial meltdown? After this week's nuclear summit in Washington, how is President Obama now viewed on the world stage? And when will Congress tackle comprehensive immigration reform? Insights on it all from our roundtable: Gov. Ed Rendell (D-PA), Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN), National Journal's Ron Brownstein, and Telemundo's Jose Diaz-Balart.

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