Sunday: Warner, Haley, Collins, Pelosi and Stoltenberg

President Donald Trump pauses while he announces the US will withdraw from the Paris accord in the Rose Garden of the White House June 1, 2017 in Washington, D.C.

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President Trump's decision to exit the Paris Climate Accord stunned the international community and has signaled the growing divide between the U.S. and many of its allies.   The U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley will join us to tell us how she'll convince America's allies that the U.S. will remain invested in other international commitments in light of its departure from the Paris accord.  After yesterday's announcement, a number of U.S. Mayors and CEOs have expressed their concern and are taking steps to present their own plan that would meet the greenhouse-gas emissions targets under the Accord to the United Nations.  House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi will join us to talk about that and other news as Congress reconvenes next week after the Memorial Day.

During his first international trip, Mr. Trump lashed out at some NATO members for not contributing their fair share to the alliance. Sunday on "Face the Nation," we'll have a special interview with the Secretary General of NATO Jens Stoltenberg about the America's departure from the Paris Climate Accord and how it will affect relations between our allies and President Trump. 

Ahead of the much-anticipated congressional testimony of former FBI Director James Comey next Thursday, we'll talk to the ranking member of the Senate Intelligence Committee Sen. Mark Warner, D-Virginia and Maine Republican Senator Susan Collins, also a member of the committee, to hear how they hope Mr. Comey can shed some light on the conversations he had with President Trump earlier this year that were related to the Russia investigation.

As always we'll have plenty of analysis from our political panel. This week we're joined by the Wall Street Journal's White House Correspondent Carol Lee, CBS News Political Analyst and Slate's Chief Political Correspondent Jamelle Bouie, Senior Editor for the National Review Ramesh Ponnuru and Washington Post reporter Adam Entous.

A lot to unpack during another busy week in Washington. Check your local listings for times. Don't miss it!