FOX News viewers have an eventful weekend to look forward to, as former Vice President Richard 'Dick' Cheney is set to drop by for a rare in-studio appearance this Sunday morning. The interview will take place on the Chris Wallace hosted 'Fox News Sunday'. Cheney is scheduled to talk about the recent NSA spying scandal, which is actually very appropriate, considering his role as one of the architects of such policies while serving in the second Bush administration. Love Cheney or hate him, it will definitely be interesting to see what he has to say about President Obama's continued use of programs he helped pioneer.
While that will be the lead topic, the ex-veep and Wallace will also be discussing other recent Washington scandals involving the IRS and the state department. Other planned panelists on the Sunday broadcast include former Democratic Congresswoman Jane Harman, former Bush/Cheney strategist and adviser Karl Rove, and FOX analysts Brit Hume and Juan Williams. 'FOX News Sunday' is first broadcast on local FOX affiliates, so check your own listings for the time and channel. If you miss the initial airing, the program is shown again at 2 & 6pm EST on FOX News Channel itself.