Coming up on 'This Week'… The New Right Comes to Washington: House Budget Chairman Rep. Paul Ryan and Ranking Democrat Rep. Chris Van Hollen

PHOTO Rep. Paul Ryan and Rep. Chris Van Hollen

The New Right comes to Washington and they have a message: slash federal spending. But what programs will they cut? Will the savings put a dent in the massive deficit? How will Republicans work with the White House? House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan and ranking Democrat Chris Van Hollen face off in an exclusive "This Week" debate.

And Christiane Amanpour has a special look at three new Republican members of congress and their first week in Washington. It's a behind-the-scenes, all-access view of the Capitol as you've never seen it. Rep. Chris Gibson (R-NY), Rep. Bobby Schilling (R-IL) and Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) talk to Christiane about how they hope to change Washington, whether they can keep their campaign promises and their thoughts about the Tea Party movement.

Then, our powerhouse roundtable, with George Will, former House Majority Leader and Freedom Works Chairman Dick Armey, former Vermont Governor Howard Dean and the Huffington Post's Arianna Huffington debate the power shift in Washington and whether new House Speaker John Boehner will be able to keep the Tea Party from boiling over and scalding the Republican caucus. And will staff changes at the White House mean a third way or the Chicago way for President Obama?

All ahead, Sunday on This Week with Christiane Amanpour. You won't want to miss it.

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