January 29, 2009 -- With the economy on the brink and lawmakers divided over President Barack Obama's economic stimulus package, George Stephanopoulos brings together the power players this Sunday.
Google's Eric Schmidt and FedEx CEO Fred Smith will join Rep. Barney Frank, D-Mass., chairman of the House Financial Services Committee and Sen. Jim DeMint, R-S.C., member of the Joint Economic Committee to debate the fiscal stimulus as it heads to the Senate for consideration, the future of the banking crisis, and what can be done to revive the economy from recession.
Then, we turn to foreign policy and the challenges that confront the new Administration with are all-star roundtable: ABC News' George Will and Martha Raddatz, The New York Times' David E. Sanger and Bob Woodward of the Washington Post.
From troop drawdowns in Iraq to troop increases in Afghanistan, the mid-east peace process, Iran, Pakistan and North Korea - how will President Obama lead U.S. foreign policy?
See you Sunday morning.
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