Vice President Joe Biden is taking his gun control show on the road Friday, meeting with Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano and newly-elected Senator Tim Kaine. We’ll talk about it with Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, plus filibuster reform and the fiscal battles ahead.
Next up: Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner’s tenure comes to a close Friday, culminating with unemployment at a five year low and the stock market closing at a five year high. We’ll talk about Geithner’s legacy and the challenges facing the new Treasury nominee, White House Chief of Staff Jack Lew, with economic policy correspondent for the Washington Post, Jim Tankersley.
Republican Party Chairman Reince Priebus outlines his new battle plan for the GOP Friday, a day after Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal delivered a fiery speech on how to get the party back on track. We’ll discuss with former senior strategist to Rick Santorum’s presidential campaign, John Brabender and msnbc political analyst and former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell.
As Secretary of State Hillary Clinton prepares to relinquish her post, National Journal’s Matthew Cooper is taking a look at why the nation’s top diplomat—and possible 2016 presidential contender—can’t be brought down.
Plus, msnbc’s Richard Lui is drilling down on sleep and why “a good night’s rest is good for business.”