Sunday shows preview: Pompeo faces questions amid Trump announcement of cancelled Taliban meeting | TheHill – The Hill

President TrumpDonald John TrumpWashington Post editor fires back after Trump attack on reporters Democrats ignore Asian American and Pacific Islander voters at their peril Gorsuch: Americans should remember political opponents ‘love this country as much as we do’ MORE‘s top diplomat was set to make the rounds on the Sunday news shows just hours after the president revealed that he had canceled the meeting between top Taliban leadership and Afghanistan’s president.

Secretary of State Mike PompeoMichael (Mike) Richard PompeoRep. Roger Marshall launches Kansas Senate bid Dramatic changes ahead: US election, succession of Iranian, Palestinian leaders Pompeo pressed on possible Senate run by Kansas media MORE was scheduled to appear on every network, and will likely face questions about the now-cancelled camp David meeting Trump announced Saturday night.

Trump shocked many in Washington Saturday night with the announcement of the meetings cancellation, with many surprised that the announcement of Taliban diplomats heading to the US would come over Twitter.

The canceled meeting came less than a week after the US envoy to Afghanistan announced the framework of an agreement with Taliban negotiators that could see an end to the 18-year war in Afghanistan.

However, a Taliban-credited attack in Afghanistan’s capital, Kabul, that killed 11 civilians on Monday as well as one US service member was cited by Trump as the reason for the peace talks’ cancellation.

Also set to appear on CBS was former defense secretary Jim Mattis who left the administration last year after publicly clashing with Trump’s position on withdrawing troops from Syria.

Mattis is currently on a tour promoting his new book, “Call Sign Chaos: Learning to Lead,” which reviews have said largely does not focus on his time in the Trump administration or his interactions with Trump.

Here’s the full lineup for the Sunday news shows:

ABC’s “This Week”: Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Democratic National Committee (DNC) chair Tom PerezThomas Edward PerezClinton’s top five vice presidential picks Government social programs: Triumph of hope over evidence Labor’s ‘wasteful spending and mismanagement” at Workers’ Comp MORE.

NBC’s “Meet the Press”: 2020 candidate Sen. Amy KlobucharAmy Jean KlobucharThe Hill’s 12:30 Report: Trump digs in on Hurricane Dorian projection CNN climate town hall finishes last in viewers among cable news broadcasts Texas Poll: Biden leads 2020 Democrats by 6 points MORE (D-Minn.), Sen. Roy BluntRoy Dean BluntThe Hill’s 12:30 Report: Trump digs in on Hurricane Dorian projection Hillicon Valley: Google to pay 0M to settle child privacy charges against YouTube | Tech giants huddle with intel officials on election security | Top IT official names China main cyber threat Advocacy group launches campaign to pressure Senate Republicans to approve election security funding MORE (R-Mo.), Pompeo.

CBS’s “Face the Nation”: Pompeo, former Defense Secretary James MattisJames Norman MattisDefense chief calls on European allies to be wary of China’s investments, blasts Russia Mattis: ‘I don’t know how I could have spoken more loudly’ against Trump than by quitting What Mattis gets wrong: Alliances also need rebuilding at home MORE, Sen. Chris CoonsChristopher (Chris) Andrew CoonsThe United States broken patent system is getting worse Biden faces scrutiny for his age from other Democrats Democrats press FBI for details on Kavanaugh investigation MORE (D-Del.).

CNN’s “State of the Union”: Pompeo, Klobuchar, 2020 presidential candidate Julian CastroJulian CastroHuman Rights Campaign, CNN to hold LGBTQ town hall with 2020 Democrats Joe Biden’s record — not his gaffes — is dooming his campaign Castro releases climate plan MORE.

“Fox News Sunday”: Pompeo, former Rep. Mark SanfordMarshall (Mark) Clement SanfordTrump challenger rips GOP for canceling primaries: ‘That is undemocratic BS’ Sanford delays announcement on whether he’ll challenge Trump GOP voters overwhelmingly want Pence on 2020 ticket with Trump MORE (R-S.C.).

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