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TERROR IN TENNESSEE - A gunman opened fire at two military centers in Chattanooga on Thursday, killing four U.S. Marines. As the investigation into this act of lone-wolf terrorism develops, Chuck speaks with Michael Leiter about the tragic shooting and the rise of domestic terrorism.
Fmr. Director, United States National Counterterrorism Center
THE FUTURE OF THE IRAN DEAL - The nuclear deal reached earlier this week with Iran and six world powers, including the United States, is receiving criticism from Capitol Hill. Chuck speaks with Sec. John Kerry and British Prime Minister David Cameron, both of whom defend the deal, and with Sen. Tom Cotton who has characterized the deal as a “terrible, dangerous mistake.”
EXCLUSIVE: David Cameron
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
EXCLUSIVE: Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR)
Secretary of State John Kerry
SUNDAY EXCLUSIVE - Republican presidential hopeful Rick Perry made headlines this week as he sparred publicly with fellow 2016 contender Donald Trump, referring to his positions as “a toxic mix of demagoguery and nonsense.” Chuck speaks with Perry on the immigration debate, his presidential campaign and if he feels better about his shot at the White House this second time around.
Fmr. Gov. Rick Perry (R-TX)
IMMIGRATION DEBATE - As illegal immigration becomes the hot button issue of the 2016 presidential race at the moment, members of Congress continue to disagree on what immigration reform would look like. Chuck speaks with Rep. Joaquin Castro and Rep. Raul Labrador about “sanctuary cities,” border security and more.
Rep. Joaquin Castro (D-TX)
Rep. Raul Labrador (R-ID)
POLITICAL PANEL - Is Thursday’s Tennessee attack “a new normal” in domestic terrorism? The panel discusses this and more, including the future of the Iran nuclear deal in Congress, the continued rise of Donald Trump in national polls and Hillary Clinton’s economic pitch this week.
Columnist for The New York Times
NBC News Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent
SVP, Foreign and Defense Policy Studies, American Enterprise Institute
Fmr. Gov. Bill Richardson (D-NM)