July 15, 2010 -- Vice President Joe Biden sits down with This Week anchor Jake Tapper for an exclusive interview.
A new White House report touts 3 million jobs created or saved, but unemployment remains stubbornly high. As Vice President Biden touts a "recovery summer," will the struggling economy make the mid-term election a Republican autumn? After returning from his 4th visit to Iraq as Vice President, we'll get an update on progress there and whether the U.S. withdrawal is on track. And with a steep increase in violence in Afghanistan, will a change in command there mean a change in strategy?
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Plus our roundtable, with George Will, Clarence Page of the Chicago Tribune, former Bush White House Communications Director Nicolle Wallace and former Clinton White House Press Secretary Dee Dee Myers with their take on the Biden interview. Plus, the Senate passes financial regulation, but will the reforms prevent another melt-down? Has the White House patched things up with Congressional Democrats after the President's Press Secretary suggested Republicans might take the House? And it feels like the 1990's again as former President Bill Clinton is called in by the Obama administration to help with the economy while Newt Gingrich mulls a White House bid. That and all the week's politics, Sunday on This Week. You won't want to miss it.