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SOTU Sneak Peek for November 20, 2011
November 17th, 2011
02:15 PM ET

SOTU Sneak Peek for November 20, 2011

There is no shortage of stories in the news this week, but what will be leading the headlines on Sunday morning?

Today is the Day of Action for the “Occupy” movement, with rallies in New York, Portland, Los Angeles and all across the country.  Now marking its two month anniversary, will “Occupy” force real changes at Wall Street and beyond?  And with evictions of the camps in many cities, how long will the movement last?

Meanwhile, a new possible front-runner has emerged in the Republican presidential race:  Newt Gingrich.  And as poll numbers rise for a candidate, so does the scrutiny.

And Herman Cain, coming off his comments on Libya to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, has said he is “not supposed to know anything about foreign policy” at this point in the campaign.

All the while, we’re prepping for our interview with former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, who has recently released her memoir, “No Higher Honor.”  What’s her take on Syria, troop withdrawal in Iraq, the future in Afghanistan, and the GOP presidential field?  We’ll ask her, so be sure to watch this Sunday at 9am/12pm ET.

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