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July 1st, 2010
09:58 PM ET

The Teaser

"The Teaser” is a preview of the guests we have lined up for the next day – so you know when to tune in (and when to set your alarm!). Guests and times are always subject to change.

6:20AM Max Kellerman on where Lebron James will end up – will it be Chicago, New York or will he stay in Cleveland?

6:40AM Joey Chestnut on his strategy for this year’s Nathan's Hot Dog eating contest, and whether his competitor, Japan's Takeru Kobayashi, will show up.

7:40AM Richard Land, of the Southern Baptist Convention, on his warning to Republicans: don’t derail immigration reform this time around.

8:05AM Candy Crowley, Host, State of the Union, gives us a roundup of this week's political headlines and a preview of her show Sunday.

8:30AM Lakshman Achuthan & Christine Romans will be ready to break down the latest jobs report.

8:50AM Tom Colicchio, Chef and Owner of Craft Restaurants and Head judge of "Top Chef" on why he's pledging to serve Louisiana seafood in his restaurants despite the oil spill.

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soundoff (3 Responses)
  1. Don Straub-Euclid, Ohio

    I agree with Richard Land that securing our border with Mexico should be our first priority. Immigration reform is necessary, but there will still be a problem if infiltration across the border isn't stemmed.
    The problem of securing our border has been given short shrift, not only by the Obama-led government, but by previous administrations.
    We need to devote the resources needed to curb immigration across the border before we decide on reforms internally.

    July 2, 2010 at 8:29 am |
  2. wolfgang

    Here we are again...I was listening to boehner, hatch, mccain, etc., and other repubs without solutions for America's problems and said to myself, "they are the problem"..

    They do not care about working class Americans at all. They just sit back, criticise those who are trying to help and vote NO on everything. Repubs are just like 2-year old children who don't like what is being done and all they can say is NO. hatch, mccain, (forget about using a capital "H"or "M"), needs to retire. they get no respect from me. they are no longer valid. they are still trying to legislate back "in the day". This is a new day and they are still legislating in the past. Move on. It doesn't work in today's world. You were elected to help the People. This, you are not doing. None of you. All of you are speaking with 2 tongues, and both of them lies!!!

    July 2, 2010 at 7:46 am |
  3. Smith in Oregon

    Despite new Republican Senator Scott Brown's pledge of help for 'people that are without jobs' and 'jobs, jobs, jobs' he joined his Republican leaders in voting NO to extending unemployment benefits directly causing tens of thousands of unemployed American's to enter foreclosure on their homes and losing their Cobra health benefits.

    The Republican's marched lock step on YES for tax cuts for the ultra Wealthy American's which added 10+ Trillion to the federal deficit over the next 10 years and yet torpedo hardest hit unemployed Americans over a measly 3.4 Billion dollar investment in America's economy.

    Meanwhile investigative reporters looking into what The Pentagon considered to be essential military bases around the world, found some 300 Golf Courses as listed and for The Pentagon Use Only! Great, Generals playing golf around the world no problem even on the taxpayers dime to maintain those Golf Courses but ZERO dollars for the hardest hit Americans during the worst recession in America's history!

    Americans fed up with the Republican Party antics should vote for the Democratic Party straight across the board of elections and candidates.

    July 1, 2010 at 11:26 pm |