On FOX News Sunday this week: Former President Bill Clinton brought together hundreds of influential heads of state, international policymakers, corporate heavyweights, and religious leaders this week to address major global challenges. We will sit down with the nation's 42nd president to discuss his second annual Clinton Global Initiative, as well as the Democrats chances of winning back Congress, and his wife's presidential aspirations.
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Our guests this week include:
• Former President Bill Clinton
President Clinton recently said that he will have to live to be a "very old man" if he is to accomplish as much out of office as he did during his eight years in the White House. But the former president has found a calling in confronting global challenges and raised billions of dollars toward solving issues like religious conflict, climate change, and global public health and poverty. We will discuss his success thus far in bringing together a wide range of partners, raising funds, and empowering individuals to cure many of the world's ills. In addition, we will gain his insights into the state of the war on terrorism, the upcoming midterm elections, and 2008 presidential politics.
Our FOX News Sunday panel will then discuss Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez's remarks and other developments at the United Nations this week and the latest political news. The panel will include FOX News Managing Editor Brit Hume, Weekly Standard Executive Editor Fred Barnes, NPR Senior National Correspondent Juan Williams, and NPR National Political Correspondent Mara Liasson.
Finally, we'll introduce you to the National Zoo scientist who helped breed one of Washington's most popular celebrities, the one-year-old Giant Panda, Tai-Shan.
So check your local listings and we'll see you on the next FOX News Sunday,