From President Trump's move towith the international nuclear agreement to the ongoing back and forth over North Korea's nuclear program, it was an important week for global affairs.
On the domestic side, Thursday, the president signed an executive order that changed Obamacare's insurance regulations, then HHS issued a late night directive. What impact will those actions have on efforts to fix Obamacare?
will join the program to discuss the administration's new way forward with the Iran nuclear agreement and the administration's tougher line on Iran, a country which Mr. Trump has repeatedly linked to terror organizations and accused of supporting destabilizing regimes like the one in Syria.
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-South Carolina, will weigh in on the Senate's role in addressing Mr. Trump's new Iran policy. Graham, who has recently spent time golfing with the president, will also offer his perspective on the president's relationship with Congressional Republicans afterthroughout the year.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu – a longtime opponent of the Iran nuclear deal, will join the broadcast to react to the Trump administration's actions.
Newly named as Time Magazine's National Political Correspondent, Molly Ball will join us on our political panel along with Washington Post columnist David Ignatius and National Review senior editor Jonah Goldberg.
We'll wrap up with, who holds the U.S. record for the most time spent in space. Kelly will talk about surprises from his new book "Endurance," a memoir about the highs and lows of living on the International Space Station.
It was another busy week, and we've got a lot to cover on Sunday, so check yourand tune into "Face the Nation" this weekend.