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This weeks Sunday show circuit is expected to center on the Jan. 6 anniversary earlier this week as well as upcoming talks between Russia and the United States as tensions between the two nations rise.

Talks between Russia and the U.S. are set to begin Monday. A senior Biden administration official told reporters on Saturday that the U.S. plans to initiate talks about military exercises in Eastern Europe and missile placements during its meetings with the Russian delegation.

Russia has said it feels threatened by the prospect of offensive missile systems being placed in Ukraine. As President BidenJoe BidenBiden addresses Coloradans after wildfires: ‘Incredible courage and resolve’Ron Johnson to run for reelection: reportsOn the Money US reports meager job growth to finish 2021MORE told [Russian] President Putin, the United States has no intention of doing that. So, this is one area where we may be able to reach an understanding if Russia is willing to make a reciprocal commitment, a senior Biden administration official told reporters. 

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In the meantime, tensions between the U.S. and Russia rose Saturday as the Kremlin rebuked Secretary of State Antony BlinkenAntony BlinkenOvernight Defense & National Security White House hits back at report on US forcesWhy the political violence and economic grievances engulfing Kazakhstan matterKazakhstani president issues ‘shoot to kill’ order to quell protestsMORE, who a day prior said following Russian military intervention in Kazakhstan amid unrest, its sometimes very difficult to get Russians to leave once [they] are in your house.

Blinkens comments seems to be a jab at Russia after the Collective Security Treaty Organization comprised of five former Soviet allies and Russia sent troops into the politically unstable Kazakhstan.

If Antony Blinken loves history lessons so much, then he should take the following into account: when Americans are in your house, it can be difficult to stay alive and not be robbed or raped, Russias foreign ministry said on Telegram, saying the secretary of State’s comment was typically offensive, Reuters reported.

Blinken will appear Sunday on ABCs This Week and CNNs State of the Union.

Closer to home, President Biden forcefully rebuked former President TrumpDonald TrumpRon Johnson to run for reelection: reportsOn the Money US reports meager job growth to finish 2021Jan. 6 chair says panel will move this month to ask Pence to testifyMORE Thursday in an address marking the anniversary of the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol in 2021.

In his speech, Biden accused Trump of spreading a web of lies that laid the groundwork for the attack by a mob of his supporters last year and directly disputed the former president’s claims, which he and his allies have maintained for some time without evidence, that Biden won the election with fraudulent votes.

Former President Trump responded to President Bidens Jan. 6 speech, claiming that Bidens allusion to his role in the attack deepened political divides in the country.

This political theater is all just a distraction for the fact Biden has completely and totally failed, Trump said. The former president further reiterated his baseless claims that the 2020 election was rigged.

Also in remembrance of the Jan. 6 insurrection, House Speaker Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiWoman at Jan. 6 Capitol attack involved in fatal car crash Pelosi invites Biden to give State of the Union address on March 1No, Jan. 6 wasn’t worse than 9/11, nor is democracy at risk: Here’s whyMORE (D-Calif.) led a moment of silence on the House floor on Thursday. She was joined by over a dozen fellow Democrats and one House Republican, Rep. Liz CheneyElizabeth (Liz) Lynn CheneyNo, Jan. 6 wasn’t worse than 9/11, nor is democracy at risk: Here’s whyThe Hill’s Morning Report – Presented by Altria – Biden unleashes on Trump and GOPKinzinger says he wasn’t at Capitol for Jan. 6 anniversary because ‘I’m on baby watch’MORE (Wyo.).

Pelosi drew attention to the congressional staff who were in the Capitol that day, especially saluting those who whisked the boxes containing the certified electoral votes away from the mob. She also thanked the police officers who faced danger while defending the building.

That day and the days after, they were the defenders of our democracy. And their courage and patriotism remain an inspiration, Pelosi said.

The House Speaker is set to appear on CBS’s “Face the Nation” on Sunday.

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthyKevin McCarthyMcCaul tests positive for COVID-19 in latest congressional breakthroughEx-McCarthy staffer: GOP leader’s strategy dictated by ‘most extreme’ wings of party Pelosi leads moment of silence for Jan. 6 with no Republicans except CheneysMORE in a letter to his GOP colleagues this week acknowledged the anniversary and accused Democrats of using the events of Jan. 6 as a “partisan political weapon.”

“Unfortunately, one year later, the majority party seems no closer to answering the central question of how the Capitol was left so unprepared and what must be done to ensure it never happens again,” he wrote. “Instead, they are using it as a partisan political weapon to further divide our country.”

McCarthy is scheduled to appear on Fox News Channel’s “Sunday Morning Futures.”

The House select committee on Jan. 6 is continuing to investigate the attack on the Capitol. Rep. Jamie RaskinJamin (Jamie) Ben RaskinThe ‘hero’ of Jan. 6 should embrace the truthThe Hill’s Morning Report – Presented by Altria – Marking the Jan. 6 ‘chaos and carnage’Democrats quietly explore barring Trump from office over Jan. 6  MORE (D-Md.), who is on the panel, is set to appear on ABC’s “This Week,” and one of only two Republicans on the select committee, Rep. Adam KinzingerAdam Daniel KinzingerNo, Jan. 6 wasn’t worse than 9/11, nor is democracy at risk: Here’s whyKinzinger says he wasn’t at Capitol for Jan. 6 anniversary because ‘I’m on baby watch’Democrats look back on Jan. 6 with emotionMORE (Ill.), is scheduled for NBC’s “Meet the Press.”

Below is the full list of guests scheduled to appear on this weeks Sunday talk shows:

ABCs This Week Secretary of State Antony Blinken; Sen. Mike RoundsMike RoundsDemocrats push Manchin on ‘nuclear option’ for voting rights Manchin convenes bipartisan group to talk Senate rules reform Graham warns GOP about Trump’s wrath on debt voteMORE, R-S.D.; Rep. Jamie Raskin, D-Md.

NBCs Meet the Press Chicago Mayor Lori LightfootLori LightfootChicago schools closed for third-straight day amid heated negotiationsThe Hill’s Morning Report – Presented by Altria – Biden unleashes on Trump and GOPMore than 600 teachers, school staff absent in San FranciscoMORE; Rep. Adam Kinzinger, R-Ill.; Zeke Emanuel, vice provost at the University of Pennsylvania.

CBSs Face the Nation House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif.; New York Mayor Eric Adams; Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger; David Becker, executive director of the Center for Election Innovation & Research; Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former Food and Drug Administration commissioner.

CNNs State of the Union Blinken; Adams; Gov. Asa HutchinsonAsa HutchinsonWhite House asks governors to name infrastructure coordinatorsCDC to reconsider latest guidance amid backlash, rise in casesSunday shows – Officials brace for Jan. 6 anniversaryMORE, R-Ark.

Fox News Sunday Dr. Rochelle WalenskyRochelle WalenskyOvernight Health Care  Presented by AstraZeneca and Friends of Cancer Research Biden vaccine rules on shaky SCOTUS groundCDC reports record number of child COVID-19 hospitalizationsThe Hill’s 12:30 Report: Biden comes out swinging in 2022 MORE, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Miami Mayor Francis SuarezFrancis SuarezThe Hill’s Morning Report – Presented by National Industries for the Blind – Manchin says no; White House fires backHillicon Valley Immigrants being put in surveillance programsMiami residents to receive city cryptocurrency proceeds, mayor saysMORE; Rep. Jim ClyburnJames (Jim) Enos ClyburnDemocrats look to diversify ranks in bid to keep SenateSen. Rob Portman announces positive COVID-19 testThe 10 races that will decide the Senate majorityMORE, D-S.C.

FOX News Channels Sunday Morning Futures (1/9/22) House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif.; Go. Kristi NoemKristi Lynn NoemThe 10 Republicans most likely to run for presidentMcConnell urges Thune to run for reelection amid retirement talkThune, Johnson say decisions on reelection bids expected soonMORE, R-SD; Sen. Ron JohnsonRonald (Ron) Harold JohnsonRon Johnson to run for reelection: reportsThe Hill’s Morning Report – Presented by Altria – Jan. 6 Capitol attack back in spotlightWisconsin Democrats, Republicans both want Ron Johnson to runMORE, R-Wisc.; Dr. Pierre Kory M.D. Critical Care & Pulmonary Medicine