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Politics The Shows: Sunday listings for April 4, 2021

16:15  03 april  2021
16:15  03 april  2021 Source:   politico.com

NFL eyeing onsite offseason workouts; NFLPA prefers virtual setup

  NFL eyeing onsite offseason workouts; NFLPA prefers virtual setup The NFL indicated meetings will likely remain virtual for the foreseeable future, but this year’s offseason workouts are not expected to be fully virtual like they were in 2020. However, the union has offered pushback to an onsite offseason returning this year.As of now, teams can schedule onsite OTAs to begin April 19. This is, however, contingent on no offseason plan being agreed to between the NFL and NFLPA. The union has offered pushback to an onsite offseason returning this year, with Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk reporting little progress has been made between the sides on this front.

ABC “This Week”: Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg … Sen. Roy Blunt (R-Mo.). Panel: Chris Christie, Rahm Emanuel, Sarah Isgur and Yvette Simpson.

Peter Buttigieg wearing a suit and tie: Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg will appear on ABC's © Alex Wong/Getty Images Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg will appear on ABC's "This Week" on Sunday.

FOX “Fox News Sunday”: NEC Director Brian Deese … Sen. Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) … Michael Osterholm. Panel: Doug Heye, Kristin Soltis Anderson and Juan Williams. Power Player: Barry Black.

MSNBC “The Sunday Show”: Philonise Floyd … Benjamin Crump … Martin Luther King III … Rep. Ritchie Torres (D-N.Y.) … Maya MacGuineas … Andrea Jenkins … David Henderson.

CBS “Face the Nation”: CEA Chair Cecilia Rouse … Rep. Ritchie Torres (D-N.Y.) … Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez … Seth Berkley … Norma Pimentel … Scott Gottlieb.

Protests erupt after death of Daunte Wright, 20-year-old Black man shot by police during traffic stop: What we know

  Protests erupt after death of Daunte Wright, 20-year-old Black man shot by police during traffic stop: What we know The police shooting of Daunte Wright during a traffic stop prompted protests Sunday amid an already tense Minnesota during the trial of Derek Chauvin.Daunte Wright's death in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, comes as Minneapolis, just 10 miles south, was already on edge in the middle of the trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin, facing murder charges in the death of George Floyd.

CNN “State of the Union”: Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm … Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) … Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves … Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.).

CNN “Inside Politics”: Lauren Fox, Ryan Lizza and Catherine Rampell … Ken Frazier … Ken Chenault … Kizzmekia Corbett.

NBC “Meet The Press”: Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg … Sen. Roger Wicker (R-Miss.) … Michael Osterholm. Panel: Yamiche Alcindor, María Teresa Kumar, Rich Lowry and Amy Walter.

Gray TV “Full Court Press”: Gene Smith … Tom McMillen … Karen Weaver.

MSNBC “PoliticsNation”: Rep. Hank Johnson (D-Ga.) … Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) … Ray McGuire.

Fox News “Sunday Morning Futures”: Texas A.G. Ken Paxton … Sen. John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) … Chad Wolf … Candace Owens.

MSNBC “American Voices”: Rep. Brendan Boyle (D-Pa.) … Hassan Ahmad … Marilyn Mosby.

Fox News “MediaBuzz”: Liz Claman … Griff Jenkins … Kat Timpf … Glenn Greenwald … Hogan Gidley.

MSNBC “The Mehdi Hasan Show”: Zeynep Tufekci … Cornel West.

MSNBC “The Week”: Anthea Butler.

CNN “Fareed Zakaria GPS”: Peter Daszak … Niall Ferguson and Jon Meacham … Melissa Eddy.

CNN “Reliable Sources”: Sara Sidner and Kethevane Gorjestani … Jim Acosta and Annie Karni … Abigail Tracy and David Zurawik … Derek Thompson.

Sunday shows - Infrastructure dominates .
President Biden's infrastructure package dominated the political talk shows Sunday morning, with multiple Cabinet members saying he is open to negotiation on the legislation.Elements of the measure that are not traditionally thought of as infrastructure were also in the spotlight.Read The Hill's complete coverage below.Buttigieg: Biden will have 'open mind' toward changes to infrastructure billBy JOHN BOWDEN Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said Sunday that President Biden would have an "open mind" toward changes to the size and funding of his infrastructure blueprint, but would that he would not accept inaction.

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