Sunday: Graham, Schumer and Lankford

WASHINGTON, DC - JUNE 08: Former FBI Director James Comey is sworn in while testifying before the Senate Intelligence Committee in the Hart Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill June 8, 2017 in Washington, DC. Comey said that President Donald Trump pressured him to drop the FBI's investigation into former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn and demanded Comey's loyalty during the one-on-one meetings he had with president.

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Former FBI Director James Comey's historic testimony this week left Washington divided over the legal and political burdens still facing President Donald Trump.  

The president took an early victory lap Friday, tweeting the testimony was "total and complete vindication" and calling Comey a "leaker." But with multiple investigations into the Trump campaign's ties with Russia still hanging over his Administration, the celebratory tweets and statements may be premature.

Sunday on "Face the Nation," we'll talk to Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) about whether he agrees that the president was vindicated. As the top Republican leading the Judiciary Committee's investigation into Russia and the 2016 election, what did he make of Comey's testimony and where will the investigation go next?

We'll also hear from Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY), a top Trump critic, who said after the testimony that "the cloud hanging over this administration has just gotten a whole lot darker." Does he think Comey made the case that Trump could be guilty of obstruction of justice?  

Plus, we'll ask Intelligence Committee member Sen. James Lankford (R-OK) what he learned from questioning Comey and why the President was so interested in clearing his former NSA director Michael Flynn.

Finally, we'll have analysis of the week in Washington from our political panel.  We're joined Sunday by White House Correspondent for the Associated Press Julie Pace, Washington Post Columnist David Ignatius, USA Today's Washington Bureau Chief Susan Page, and CBS News Contributor and Washington Post congressional reporter Ed O'Keefe.

Check your local listings for times. Don't miss it!