An update for our program this Sunday: We’ve added former Mayor Rudy Giuliani. He was the mayor of New York on 9/11. What does he think of the decision to try those accused of masterminding the 9/11 attacks in New York City?
And…As the Obama Administration edges closer to a decision on Afghanistan, I’ll talk to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton about the U.S. plan for troops and whether the President has an exit strategy. She’ll answer critics who say the Administration is “dithering” and how the U.S. can avoid an open-ended commitment. And we’ll ask the former Senator from New York for her reaction to the 9/11 terror trial decision.
George Will, Bob Woodward of the Washington Post, Washington Week’s Gwen Ifill, New York Times Columnist David Brooks and David Corn of Mother Jones join me on our roundtable. We’ll debate the Justice Department’s Guantanamo decision, which has already sparked strong reaction, Sarah Palin’s new book, Going Rogue, which hits bookstores next week and the latest on the Fort Hood shooting. You won’t want to miss it. See you Sunday.
- George Stephanopoulos