October 7, 2007

Our guest this week includes:

Speaker of the House, Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA)

In her first interview on FOX News Sunday since becoming Speaker of the House, Rep. Nancy Pelosi gives us a progress report from Capitol Hill as the fight with the White House heats up. Will Congress be able to override the President's veto of children's health care legislation? And what are the prospects for government shutdown over the budget? Also, after failing to end the war in Iraq during their first nine months in power, do Democrats have a new plan to bring the troops home? And, how does the she explain the public's record low confidence in Congress? We'll examine the record thus far and what they plan to do next, in this FOX News Sunday exclusive.

Plus, a rift is developing among conservatives about whether the Republican party should nominate a pro-choice presidential candidate — namely Rudy Giuliani. Our panel will discuss whether the religious right will make good on threats to nominate a third-party candidate and what that means for the Republican party. Joining us for the always lively discussion will be:

Bill Kristol, of Weekly Standard
• Byron York, of the National Review
Juan Williams, of National Public Radio
Mara Liasson, of National Public Radio

Finally, as Sen. Hillary Clinton continues to cement her overwhelming lead in the Democratic primary race, we speak to the person behind the strategy — Clinton's Campaign Manager — Patti Solis Doyle.

Check your local listings and we'll see you on the next FOX News Sunday,

Chris Wallace