Sec. Tim Geithner said Sunday there won't be a deal with Republicans on the fiscal cliff unless tax rates are raised on the wealthy.
Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner drew a line in the sand over taxes in defense of the Obama administration’s controversial proposal to avoid the fiscal cliff.
Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner makes the administration’s case for averting the fiscal cliff. Then, reaction from two key Senators: “Gang of 8” member Mark Warner (D-VA) and Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R- NH). Plus, the fight over U.S. Ambassador Susan Rice and the fallout over the 9-11 Benghazi attack that left four Americans dead.
Then, our roundtable on cabinet reshuffling, and the fiscal cliff. Joining us: Former Chairman and CEO of Hewlett-Packard, Carly Fiorina, Governor Brian Schweitzer (D-Montana), USA Today’s Susan Page, and A.B. Stoddard of The Hill.
Watch Sunday at 9 a.m. & NOON ET.
[Updated Saturday at 4:00 p.m. ET]
Our main focus will be on the last minute negotiations to raise the country’s debt ceiling. We'll ask Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner what the White House's next move is.
We’ll also ask Sen. Feinstein about her bill to repeal the Defense of Marriage Act. New York on Sunday becomes the sixth U.S. state to start marrying same-sex couples.
Finally, we caught up with presidential candidate Tim Pawlenty in Iowa. What message does he have for President Obama, and why, with a well-funded campaign and several trips to key states, are his poll numbers still mired in the single digits?