Feb. 24: The press, the sequester, cyber-war

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President Barack Obama waves from Air Force One as he leaves Palm Beach International Airport, Monday, Feb. 18, 2013. Obama spent the long Presidents Day...
President Barack Obama waves from Air Force One as he leaves Palm Beach International Airport, Monday, Feb. 18, 2013. Obama spent the long Presidents Day...
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On Sunday’s Up w/ Chris Hayes, we’ll examine the relationship between the president and the press, looking at the current administration’s record of transparency and openness. We’ll discuss the ticking political time bomb no one seems able to defuse, known as “the sequester.” And we’ll deconstruct the increasingly dire warnings of impending cyber-warfare.

Joining Chris at 8 a.m. EST on msnbc will be:

David Sanger (@SangerNYT), chief Washington correspondent for The New York Times.

Robert Gibbs (@PressSecGibbs), former White House press secretary and senior campaign adviser to President Obama’s re-election campaign.

Neera Tanden, president and CEO for Center for American Progress.

Michael Hastings (@mmhastings), BuzzFeed correspondent, Rolling Stone contributing editor, and author of “Panic 2012 - The Sublime and Terrifying Inside Story of Obama’s Final Campaign.”

Ana Marie Cox (@anamariecox), founded the political blog Wonkette and columnist for The Guardian.

Brandon Valeriano (@drbvaler), lecturer at the University of Glasgow in the Social and Political Sciences.

Steve Ellis,  vice president of Taxpayers for Common Sense.

Phyllis Bennis, director of the New Internationalism Project at the Institute for Policy Studies.

Bill Black, associate professor of economics and law at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, former litigation director of the Federal Home Loan Bank Board.

Oscar Joyner, president and chief operating officer of Reach Media, Inc.

Kimberly Peretti, partner in Alston’s White Collar Crime Group and co-chair of their security incident management and response team, former director of PriceWaterHouseCooper’s cyber forensic service.

Feb. 24: The press, the sequester, cyber-war

Updated