Our guests this week:
• Howard Wolfson, Clinton campaign communications director
• David Bonior, former Michigan congressman, Obama supporter
The Democratic National Committee Rules and Bylaws Committee meets this weekend to determine the fate of the Florida and Michigan delegates. These key states were stripped of their full delegate allotment after violating DNC party rules and going ahead with early primaries that took place back in January. Sen. Hillary Clinton is pushing for all delegates to be seated, since she won both states' primaries. Sen. Barack Obama notes that he withdrew his name from the Michigan ballot and both candidates agreed not to campaign in either state. What will be the end result and will both candidates accept the Rules Committee's decision? We'll ask Clinton Communications Director Howard Wolfson.
Then, another minister supporting Barack Obama stirs a new controversy. What impact will Father Michael Pfleger's comments have on the campaign? We'll ask a key supporter of the Obama campaign, David Bonior, former congressman from Michigan.
Also, a new book from former White House press secretary Scott McClellan has the White House firing back. Did McClellan betray the president or tell it like it is? Joining us will be Bill Kristol of The Weekly Standard, Nina Easton of Fortune Magazine, Byron York of the National Review and Juan Williams of National Public Radio.
Plus, our Power Player of the Week takes his pitching skills to a different diamond. We'll sit down with Brendan Sullivan, executive director of Headfirst.
So check your local listings and we’ll see you on the next "FOX News Sunday."