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Darling, Jay N. (Ding). 1947. Our Great Out-Of-Doors. Debuque, IA: Iowa Division, Izaak Walton League of America

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Dart, John. 2001. TV's most religious family? Simpsons have soul. Christian Century (January 31): cover, 12-14

Darwish, Adel. 1990. The strip cartoon Koran. Index on Censorship 19(4; Apr):24-25.

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Dauphin, Gary. 1999. Japanimation's All-ages Show ['Studio Ghibli, Japan' anime show at the Museum of Modern Art]. Village Voice (September 15). online at

Dauphin, Gary. 1999. Misfits of Science ['Mystery Men' by Bob Burden movie]. Village Voice (August 4). online at

Dauphin, Gary. 1999. South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut [animation]. Village Voice (June 30). online at

Davenport, Christian. 1998. The Brother Might be Made of Steel, But He Sure Ain't Super...Man [Superman; African-American issues]. Other Voices 1(2; September):

Davenport, Guy. 1999. Poet, Madman, Lover [Sorel caricature of Ezra Pound]. Washington Post Book World (March 14): 1

Davenport, John C. / The Dallas Morning News. 1999. Talking animals populate new comic that kicks off today in The Gazette [Darby Conley strip 'Get Fuzzy']. Colorado Springs Gazette (November 7)

Davenport, John C. 1999. For Charlie Brown, all bad things come to an end [Schulz retirement]. > Dallas Morning News (December 17)

Davenport, John C. 1999. You're a good man, Charles Schulz; The creator of Peanuts talks about his strip's enduring popularity. Dallas Morning News (November 11)

Davenport, John C. 2000. Colleagues mourn cartoonist's death; Schulz, 'Peanuts' characters left indelible mark. Dallas Morning News (February 14)

Davenport, John C. 2000. 'Family': Keeping it close to home [Bil Keane's comic panel 'Family Circus']. Washington Post (January 8): C8

Davenport, Misha. 2001. Comic puts real heroes in spotlight. [Marvel Comics, ''Heroes,'' 9/11 tribute]. Chicago Sun-Times (October 18)

Davenport, Misha. 2001. How Wolverine got his talons [Marvel Comics' ''Origins'', Wolverine]. Chicago Sun-Times (August 19)

Davenport, Misha. 2001. Trials & tribulations [Cartoon Network 'Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law.']. Chicago Sun Times (August 26)

Davenport, Misha. 2002. Local comic artist posterizes Oscar. [Alex Ross, Academy Awards]. Chicago Sun-Times. (January 10)

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David, Peter. 1998. Star Trek: New Frontier Book 5 - Martyr [novel]. New York: Pocket.

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David, Peter. 2001. Sir Apropos of Nothing [fantasy novel]. New York: Pocket Books

David, Peter. 2002. Spider-Man [Novelization of movie]. New York: Del Rey

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Davidson, Ros. 2002. Working-class (super)hero: Like Spider-Man himself -- the first superhero to use a laundromat -- longtime Spidey artists John Romita Sr. and Jr. are regular New Yorkers who dreamed big. Salon (May 3):

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Davies, Paul B., Kevin Faerber, Terry Longhurst, David Pattison and Amand= a O'Neill. 2002. I Can Draw Cartoons: A Step-by-Step Guide to Drawing Fantastic Cartoons. Bath, England: Paragon Publishing

Davies, Paul. 1995. Exactly 12 (cents) and Other Convictions : Four Imaginary Letters from Paul Davies ECW Press.

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Davis, Darren. 2001. Gorillaz Blur Lines For Damon Albarn [animated rock group]. (June 15)

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Davis, Jim, Mark Acey, Gary Barker (ill), Larry Fentz (ill) & Michael Tietelbaum (w). 1998. Garfield's Pet Force #3: K-Niner Dog of Doom! [Children's novel]. New York: Scholastic

Davis, Jim, Stan Lee, Cathy Guisewite, Mort Walker, Chris Browne, Mell Lazarus, Johnny Hart, Kevin Fagan, Patrick McDonnell, Greg Evans and Scot t Adams. 2000. Peanuts Gallery. People (January 1): 130-132

Davis, Jim. 1986. Die Garfield Galerie 2 [color comic strip reprints in German]. Frankfurt: Wolfgang Kruger Verlag

Davis, Jim. 1989. Garfield chews the fat New York : Ballantine Books

Davis, Jim. 1989. The fifth Garfield treasury New York : Ballantine Books

Davis, Jim. 1990. Garfield hangs out New York: Ballantine Books

Davis, Jim. 1990. Garfield: the me book; a guide to superiority--how to get it, use it and keep it New York: Ballantine Books

Davis, Jim. 1991. Garfield says a mouthful New York : Ballantine Books

Davis, Jim. 1992. Garfield by the pound New York: Ballantine Books

Davis, Jim. 1993. Garfield takes his licks New York: Ballantine Books

Davis, Jim. 1993. The 7th Garfield treasury New York : Ballantine Books

Davis, Jim. 1994. Garfield pulls his weight New York: Ballantine Books

Davis, Jim. 1995. Garfield dishes it out New York: Ballantine Books

Davis, Jim. 1996. How to draw Garfield & the gang Mahwah, NJ: Troll

Davis, Jim. 1997. Garfield #10: Tiens bon la rampe [strip reprints in French]! Paris: Dargaud

Davis, Jim. 1998. Garfield #5: Moi, on Mi'aime [strip reprints in French]. Paris: Dargaud

Davis, Jim. 1998. Garfield's 1998-1999 Extreme Student Planner. Kansas City: Andrews & McMeel

Davis, Jim. 1998. Garfield's Lockerful o' Laughs School Year Calendar. Kansas City: Andrews & McMeel

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Davis, Patricia. 1992. Even Gotham City crooks buy guns in Virginia. Washington Post (Dec 30).

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Dawes, Amy. 1997. 'Spawn' creator remains dedicated to fans. Albany Times Union (Aug 1).

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Dawley, Kourtney. 2001. Two Otaku In The Big City Adventure In The JET Program [anime in Japan]. Sequential Tart 4 (3; March):

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Dawson, Angela / Entertainment News Wire. 2005. If the cape still fits... Lynda Carter's profile goes 'Sky High' with a new Disney movie. [Washington Post] Express (July 28): E8

Dawson, Angela / Entertainment News Wire. 2005. It's a real jungle out there: The 'Madagascar' stars talk about life in the animation wild. [Washington Post] Express (May 20)

Dawson, Angela / Entertainment News Wire. 2006. Animation's Rolls Royce: Disney, Pixar head back to the computer screen to create 'Cars'. [Washington Post] Express (June 5): 15

Dawson, Angela / Entertainment News Wire. 2006. Rules of Grammer: Kelsey Grammer talks like a man, walks like the Beast in 'X-Men'. [Washington Post] Express (May 25): E15

Dawson, Angela / Entertainment News Wire. 2006. Secrets of superheroes: Tim Allen capes up to play a trainer of young superheroes [Zoom Academy]. Express (August 10): E10

Dawson, Angela / Entertainment News Wire. 2007. Bad Surfer dude: The Fantastic Four are back to battle a metallic new villain. [Washington Post] Express (June 14): 19

Dawson, Angela / Entertainment News Wire. 2007. She's got star power: Claire Danes has a heaven-sent role in the fantasy 'Stardust'. [Washington Post] Express (August 9): E11

Dawson, Angela / Entertainment News Wire. 2007. Swords, sandals, style: '300' ushers in a new way to look at movies - film as comic book. [Washington Post] Express (March 8): E14

Dawson, Angela / Entertainment News Wire. 2008. Return of the �Madagascar� Pack: Party animals from the first adventure tackle the sequel. [Washington Post] Express (November 4): 22

Dawson, Angela / Entertainment News Wire. 2008. Unlikely hero: Robert Downey Jr. finally decides to use his powers for good [Iron Man movie]. [Washington Post] Express (April 28): 15

Dawson, Angela / Entertainment News Wire. 2009. O'Hara into the 'Wild': The actress voices Wild Thing Judith in the movie based on Sendak's kids' book. [Washington Post] Express (October 14): 33

Dawson, Angela / VNU Entertainment News Wire. 2005. Modern mouse age: Disney keeps its sky from falling with a digital 'Chicken Little'. [Washington Post] Express (November 1): 17

Dawson, Angela. 2005. Frank Miller's crossing: 'Sin City' jumps from graphic novel to stylized film thriller. [Washington Post] Express (March 31): E14

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Dawson, C and K Hartfield. 1996. Developing a cost-effective media campaign addressing unprotected anal sex among gay men [Stella Seattle comic strip]. AIDS Education & Prevention 8 (4; Aug): 285-93

Dawson, Jessica. 2001. Internet Art: More Click Than Point [animation]. Washington Post (December 20): C5

Dawson, Jessica. 2001. The flowers and the thorns: Time has done little to temper the combustible canvases of Stephen Lewis [fine art]. Washington Post (May 31): C7

Dawson, Jessica. 2002. Stephen Blickenstaff's Monster Career. Washington Post (October 17): C5

Dawson, Jessica. 2002. Stripped-Down Stories: Pablo Ramella's Naked Melancholy Steals the Show at Signal 66 [fine art review; Marc Dennis's comic-book-style series ''[Expletives] on Cell Phones''; Turkish artist Cino Kanelli is a caricaturist, animator]. Washington Post (February 7): C5

Day, Elizabeth. 2008. What's French for hedge fund? Rogue trader Jerome Kerviel is now a graphic-novel hero. The Observer (September 28). Online at

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de Bendern, Paul. 2000. Cellphone Comics to Launch in Finland, Then Europe. Reuters (June 16)

de Boer, Heinz. 2009. Malema is a wombat , says Zapiro. Daily News (March 10): 6. Online at

de Botton, Alain. 2000. The Consolations of Philosophy [jacket illustrated by John Callahan]. New York: Pantheon

De Fuccio, Jerry. 1999. Golden-age war stories [letter]. Comics Journal (218; December): 4-5

De Gaudemar, Antonie. 1998. Chat pitre [review of Fabio's Morte saison pour les poissons; in French]. Liberation Livres Special Bande Dessinee (Jan 22):5.

De Gaudemar, Antonie. 1998. Giger, le genre humaoide [in French]. Liberation Livres Special Bande Dessinee (Jan 22):8-9.

De Gaudemar, Antonie. 1998. Ils sont froids ces Romains [review of Blutch's Peplum; in French]. Liberation Livres Special Bande Dessinee (Jan 22):4.

De Gaudemar, Antonie. 1998. Les dents de la maire [review of Luz's Les Megret gerent la ville; in French]. Liberation Livres Special Bande Dessinee (Jan 22).

De Gaudemar, Antonie. 1998. Lucien en Amerique [in French]. Liberation Livres Special Bande Dessinee (Jan 22):9.

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de Guzman, Jennifer. 2008. Lynda Barry's What It Is-Personal Growth for Troubled Times. Publishers Weekly's PW Comics Week (December 2):

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de Klerk, L. Ronald. 1999 Record Covers Drawn by Comic Artists

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De la Cruz, Carl. 2003. Star Collector: A tale of the 10.0s [grading comic books]. Diamond Dialogue (June): 44-45

De La Cruz, Donna. 1997. Cartoons with common sense: Comic strip extolling safe sex will return to New York subways [AIDS and the Julio y Marisol strip]. Washington Post (Oct 8).

De La Cruz, Donna. 2000. Eddie Eagle Video Comes Under Fire [animated video from National Rifle Association using cartoon mascot]. Associated Press (April 25)

De La Cruz, Donna. 2001. Paul Indicted for Stock Manipulation; Co-Founder of Stan Lee Media Indicted for Stock Manipulation; Stan Lee Not Charged. Associated Press (June 12)

de la Mare, Walter and Rowland Emett (ill.). 1941. Bells & Grass. London: Faber & Faber

de la Mare, Walter and Rowland Emett (ill.). 1941. Peacock Pie. London: Faber & Faber

de la Merced, Michael J. 2006. Bottom of the Ninth for Topps. New York Times (July 28)

de la Merced, Michael J. 2006. Maker of Baseball Cards Settles a Proxy Dispute [Topps]. New York Times (July 29)

de la Ree, Gerry. 1953. Captain Marvel's mouthpiece: Poor boy's Superman has a ghost writer living in Englewood [Otto Binder]. Bergen Record (February 7)

de Leon, Ferdinand M. 1993. Comics push the envelope of topicality [postage stamp campaign]. Seattle Times (April 5)

De Lint, Charles and Charles Vess. 2003. Circle of Cats, A. New York: Viking

De Lint, Charles and Charles Vess. 2004. Medicine Road. Burton, MI: Subterranean Press

De Lint, Charles. 2002. Tapping the Dream Tree [Short stories. Dust jacket cover by Charles Vess]. New York: Tor

De Marco, Donna. 2001. Precision Man to tune up Auto Care marketing [superhero advertising campaign]. Washington Times (May 7)

de Moraes, Lisa. 1999. Filmmaker Spike Lee slams Fox's 'The PJs' [animated tv series]. Washington Post (January 18): C7

de Moraes, Lisa. 1999. Network's Holy Trinity, 3 networks, 3 movies about Jesus [including a claymation animated one]. Washington Post (September 3): C7

de Moraes, Lisa. 1999. 'Sabrina' Star's Toil and Trouble [Archie television show]. Washington Post (September 30): C9

de Moraes, Lisa. 1999. Taking names: One-man campaign fights Fox's 'Family Guy' [animated tv series; also 'The PJ's']. Washington Post (July 1): C7

de Moraes, Lisa. 1999. The TV column: For 'Annie,' Not Such a Hard-Knock Life on ABC. Washington Post (November 9): C7

de Moraes, Lisa. 2000. An Extremely Engaging Show for Millions of Women [South Park animated movie]. Washington Post (February 17): C7

de Moraes, Lisa. 2000. Bigger, longer and bleeped? [South Park animated movie]. Washington Post (March 3): C7

de Moraes, Lisa. 2000. NBC Tests Viewers' Intestinal Fortitude on 'Today' ['God, the Devil and Bob' animated tv series]. Washington Post (March 8): C7

de Moraes, Lisa. 2000. Two NBC Affiliates, Refusing to Play 'God' ['God, the Devil and Bob' animated tv series]. Washington Post (March 7): C7

de Moraes, Lisa. 2001. On Saturday mornings, NBC doesn't want to play anymore [children's animation]. Washington Post (December 6): B7

de Moraes, Lisa. 2001. Smashing 'Pumpkin': ABC Sends Charlie Brown Door to Door [ ''It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown'']. Washington Post (October 25): C7

de Moraes, Lisa. 2002. Basic Cable: Basically Raunchier Than Broadcast ['South Park' and 'Celebrity Death Match' animation]. Washington Post (January 29): C7

de Moraes, Lisa. 2002. Leaping Over Four Tall Networks in a Single Bound! [Smallville]. Washington Post (October 17): C7

de Moraes, Lisa. 2004. FCC Fines 2 Networks For Violating Limits On Kids' Show Ads [Nickelodeon]. Washington Post (October 22): C1

de Moraes, Lisa. 2006. Comedy Central Again Steals 'South Park' Thunder. Washington Post (April 14): C1

de Moraes, Lisa. 2006. Comedy Central Again Steals 'South Park' Thunder. Washington Post (April 14): C1

de Moraes, Lisa. 2006. 'South Park' Responds: Chef's Goose Is Cooked. Washington Post (March 23): C7

de Moraes, Lisa. 2009. Microsoft realizes that it's incompatible with Seth MacFarlane, after all. Washington Post (October 28). Online at

de Moraes, Lisa. 2009. Will 'South Park' Get a Population Boost When the Jonas Brothers Come to Town? Washington Post (March 10): C7. Online at

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De Sa, Leonardo and Antonio Dias de Deus (eds). 1998. Um Seculo de Banda Desenhada Portuguesa: Uma Seleccao de 42 Pranchas de Historias aos Quadradinhos [portfolio with some the best all-time Portuguese artists, introductory article by Leonardo De Sa]. Costa da Caparica, Portugal: Edicoes Epoca de Ouro.

De Sa, Leonardo and Antonio Dias de Deus. 1996. Raphael Bordallo Pinheiro: Aos Quadradinhos [exhibition catalog about the most well-known 19th century Portuguese cartoonist]. Lisboa, Portugal: Bedeteca de Lisboa.

De Sa, Leonardo and Antonio Dias de Deus. 1996-97. As Primeiras Historias aos Quadradinhos em Portugal: Uma Antologia [articles about and complete reprints of the first comics to appear in Portugal and their foreign counterparts by Stop, George Cruikshank, Nadar, starting in 1850]. Lisboa, Portugal: Antonio J. Ferreira.

De Sa, Leonardo and Antonio Dias de Deus. 1998. E. T. Coelho [exhibition catalog about the classic Portuguese author]. Amadora, Portugal: Festival Internacional de Banda Desenhada da Amadora.

De Sa, Leonardo and Antonio Dias de Deus. 1998. E. T. Coelho: A Arte e a Vida [Portugal's first monographic book about a comics artist, one who also worked for several decades in Spain, Great Britain, France, Italy and Germany]. Costa da Caparica / Amadora, Portugal: Edicoes Epoca de Ouro / CNBDI.

De Sa, Leonardo and Antonio Dias de Deus. 1998. Fernando Bento: Uma Ilha de Tesouros [exhibition catalog about the classic Portuguese author]. Lisboa, Portugal: Bedeteca de Lisboa.

De Sa, Leonardo and Antonio Dias de Deus. 1998. O Mosquito [exhibition catalog about the Portuguese magazine]. Costa da Caparica / Oeiras, Portugal: Edicoes Epoca de Ouro / C�mara Municipal de Oeiras.

De Sa, Leonardo and Antonio Dias de Deus. 1998. Os Bonecos Rebeldes de Sergio Luiz & Guy Manuel [exhibition catalog about two classic Portuguese authors, including a flip book]. Lisboa, Portugal: Bedeteca de Lisboa.

De Sa, Leonardo and Antonio Dias de Deus. 1999. Cavaleiro Andante [about the 1950s Portuguese magazine, including reprints of comics by Stuart Carvalhais, Artur Correia, Fernando Bento, R. G. Giovannini, Gianni De Luca, Corrado Caesar, Warren Tufts, No�l Glosner, Paul Cuvelier, Franco Caprioli]. Costa da Caparica / Lisboa, Portugal: Edicoes Epoca de Ouro / Editorial Not�cias.

De Sa, Leonardo and Antonio Dias de Deus. 1999. Dicionario dos Autores de Banda Desenhada e Cartoon em Portugal [the only Portuguese comics and cartoons encyclopedia]. Costa da Caparica, Portugal: Edicoes Epoca de Ouro / CNBDI

De Sa, Leonardo and Antonio Dias de Deus. 1999. Jose Garces [exhibition catalog about the classic Portuguese author]. Amadora, Portugal: Festival Internacional de Banda Desenhada da Amadora.

De Sa, Leonardo and Antonio Dias de Deus. 2001. Jose Ruy: riscos do natural [monograph on Jose Ruy, Portuguese artist born 1930; in Portuguese]. NonArte series for the Centro Nacional de Banda Desenhada e Imagem (CNBDI) in Amadora. Lisbon: Ancora Editora

De Sa, Leonardo and Carlos Bandeiras Pinheiro. 1996. Histoires en Images d'Epinal et d'Ailleurs [exhibition catalog in French, about publisher Pellerin from Epinal and the Imagerie from other French towns]. Lisboa, Portugal: Institut Franco-Portugais de Lisbonne.

De Sa, Leonardo and Geraldes Lino. 1997. Dedalo dos Fanzines: O Catalogo das Publicacoes Amadoras de Banda Desenhada em Portugal [the only catalog of Portuguese fanzines]. Lisboa, Portugal: Edicoes Temporarias.

de Vera, Ruel S. 2005. This Fil-Canadian writes comics about teens and titans [J. Torres]. Inquirer News Service (August 18). Online at

De Vries, Kim. 2001. Los Angeles Comic Book and Science Fiction Convention. Sequential Tart 4 (2: February):

De Vries, Kim. 2002. Comic Books in the PRC: A New Beginning [China]. Sequential Tart (November)

De Vries, Kim. 2002. Is There an Asian or Asian American Comic Style? Or am I suffering tunnel vision? Sequential Tart (March)

De Vries, Kim. 2002. Tart Goes to MIT. Sequential Tart (December)

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Good Saturday morning. More than 200,000 people are descending on Washington this morning to participate in the Women’s March. The effort, which includes six “sister marches” across the country, is featuring more than 50 speakers, including Gloria Steinem, in downtown D.C. before walking 2 miles along the National Mall to The Ellipse. Organizers were still looking for additional marshals Friday afternoon to help shepherd the larger than expected number of attendees.

-- @ABC7NEWS: “Multiple Metro station parking lots filled to capacity as #WomensMarch begins”

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DONALD TRUMP and MIKE PENCE are attending the National Prayer Service at the Washington National Cathedral this morning. Trump’s team has advised that today is a work day, so the press is on standby for potential executive orders and other meetings at the White House.

-- @seanspicer: ".@POTUS to visit @CIA this afternoon. Event is over capacity at 300+. Excited to thank the men and women of the intelligence community."

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UNDERSTANDING WHAT TRUMP SIGNED LAST NIGHT -- “Trump signs sweeping order that could gut Obamacare,by Jen Haberkorn and Nolan McCaskill: “The order changes nothing immediately and doesn't spell out exactly what Trump would like his government to do. But it sends a strong symbolic message to his supporters, while offering some clues to his direction. Federal agencies could use the order to stop enforcing the individual mandate, which has been the most contentious piece of the law -- a move that could throw the individual insurance market into an almost immediate spiral.”

-- “White House orders ‘immediate regulatory freeze,’” by Andrew Restuccia and Nick Juliano: “President Donald Trump took his first steps Friday night toward what he has promised will be a wide-ranging assault on Barack Obama’s regulatory agenda, a crusade eventually aimed at erasing Obamacare and landmark climate change regulations. Trump’s initial action -- ordering a freeze on all pending regulations until his administration can review them -- would have a more modest impact: It could throttle almost-completed rules aimed at expanding overtime pay, tightening pipeline safety, protecting imperiled bumblebees and imposing stricter safeguards on rail shipments of flammable crude oil, among other topics.”

FOR HISTORY -- PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP -- NYT: “TRUMP, SWORN IN, ISSUES A CALL: ‘THIS AMERICAN CARNAGE STOPS’” … WaPo: “TRUMP TAKES POWER: NEW PRESIDENT VOWS TO END ‘AMERICAN CARNAGE’” … WSJ: “The Trump Era Dawns – ‘We are transferring power back from Washington, D.C., and giving it back to you, the people’” ... MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL: “POMP, PROMISES, PROTESTS” … GRAND RAPIDS PRESS: “HAIL TO THE CHIEF: Trump takes reigns of country with a vow to return the power to the people” … L.A. TIMES: “Trump takes first steps in a new era of conservatism -- Latinos have no place in this cabinet”

THE BOSTON GLOBE has a great front page with an eye-grabbing AP image.

-- THE AP BULLETIN at 11:59 a.m.: “WASHINGTON (AP) - Donald Trump takes oath of office as the 45th president of the United States.” … at noon: “WASHINGTON (AP) - Donald Trump takes the oath of office as the 45th president of the United States, a combative billionaire businessman and TV celebrity elected to lead a profoundly divided country. The unorthodox politician and the Republican-controlled Congress are charting a newly conservative course for the nation, vowing to reverse the work of the departing Barack Obama.”

FROM 1600 PENNSYLVANIA -- @realDonaldTrump at 6:53 a.m.: “A fantastic day and evening in Washington D.C.Thank you to @FoxNews and so many other news outlets for the GREAT reviews of the speech!”

THE JUICE -- WHAT WE’VE LEARNED --THE MOST INTERESTING THING about yesterday was not the speech, parade or protests. It was the inaugural lunch in the Capitol, where Donald Trump mingled and back-slapped with the long-time D.C. politicians he dumped all over on the National Mall. THE SCENE: Reporters were allowed to observe the lunch from a balcony above Statuary Hall. We were permitted to snap photos for most of the lunch (Jake put a ton on Twitter

-- THE INVITED GUESTS were not only lawmakers, but, as the WaPo’s top congressional reporter Paul Kane pointed out on Twitter, the lunch also included top donors like Sheldon Adelson for the first time in his memory. They all sipped wine and chatted in a friendly manner that belied the blow-up-Washington rhetoric that Trump used in his address.

-- MITCH MCCONNELL swapped seats with SEN. ROY BLUNT (R-MO.), the chairman of the inaugural committee, so he could sit next to Donald Trump. McConnell and Trump spoke for a long period of time -- and if you know McConnell, he doesn’t talk to anyone for that long unless he has something to say. The senator was doing a lot of the talking, and he’s not much for small talk. This was a one-on-one chat, with even Mike Pence laying back. McConnell and Trump were both talking with their hands, with McConnell at one point making a “T” with his two hands, appearing to illustrate a collision. McConnell is the ultimate Capitol operator. He’ll be able to tell Trump what is -- and, more importantly, what isn’t -- possible. Plus, he doesn’t have the scar tissue with Trump that Ryan has.

-- CHUCK SCHUMER spoke with TRUMP for a while, too. The format was a lot less formal. Melania Trump was seated next to the president, and Abby Blunt -- Sen. Blunt’s wife, and a top lobbyist for Kraft Heinz Company -- was in the middle of the chat as well. It seemed like a friendly conversation from afar.

-- ROY BLUNT, who chaired the inauguration, worked the room judiciously on his own, but also made sure to introduce Trump to people that he should know. One of the most notable introductions he made was Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.), the No. 2 Senate Democrat.

-- It’s becoming clear how TRUMP sees PAUL RYAN. He quipped at a ceremony this week that Ryan was probably “out writing legislation. He’s got so much legislation to write. He never had it so good. He’s actually got somebody that’s gonna sign it.” That’s actually not a bad read. Ryan is the legislator of this gang. He was seated at the end of the table, next to Karen Pence, the second lady.

-- IT WAS ALSO FASCINATING to see which lawmakers took it upon themselves to go up to Trump. Maryland Rep. Elijah Cummings, the top Democrat on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, got words in with Trump. Rep. John Larson, a gregarious Democrat from Connecticut, also approached the front table to chat with him. DAVID SHULKIN, the VA nominee, seemed friendly not only with Trump, but also with Schumer.

-- KEVIN MCCARTHY will be a key figure for Trump. Trump said this week that McCarthy frequently called the New Yorker when he was feuding with Paul Ryan. Think of McCarthy as the insider -- the pal in the House. According to people close to both men, Trump enjoys McCarthy and his phone calls. At the lunch, he was seated next to Ivanka and a few seats away from Jared.

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JAMES MATTIS was sworn in as Defense secretary last night, and GEN. JOHN KELLY was sworn in to lead D.H.S.

BY THE NUMBERS -- Facebook is reporting that 60 million people in the U.S. Friday engaged in 208 million likes, posts, comments and shares related to Trump’s inauguration.

THE NEXT FOUR YEARS? -- “Rough first day for press in Trump’s White House,” by Sarah Wheaton: “The pomp and circumstance ended in pandemonium in the White House briefing room. President Donald Trump’s staff teased the press all afternoon on Friday about whether Trump would sign executive orders. ‘A possibility,’ said Press Secretary Sean Spicer. ‘Potentially,’ said strategic communications director Hope Hicks. ‘Don’t start drinking yet,’ said deputy Communications director Raj Shah. The back-and-forth ended with Trump signing an executive order allowing federal agencies to disregard provisions of the Affordable Care Act.

“In the hours leading up to Trump's signing, Spicer emerged repeatedly, without warning, to address the press in the briefing room, prompting reporters to run through the corridor and push each other out of the way. He announced, at first, that Trump would sign two executive orders. Then he announced there’d be three actions – and in the end, only one of them was actually an executive order. Though he promised a full readout of the executive order, a vague directive to agencies to ‘ease the burden’ of Obamacare before it’s repealed, Spicer ultimately delivered a 30-second statement that didn’t mention the order, and tweeted to confirm it had been signed.”

THE LOYAL OPPOSITION -- “An Anti-Corporate Investigative Reporter Will Lead Left’s ‘Answer’ To Breitbart: Hillary Clinton fundraiser David Brock has hired David Sirota, a critic of big money ties to both parties.” by BuzzFeed’s Paul McLeod: “True Blue Media, pitching itself as the left’s answer to Breitbart, has picked an investigative reporter critical of Republicans and Wall Street Democrats alike as its new CEO. David Sirota is leaving his role as senior investigations editor at the International Business Times to lead True Blue, which currently operates as ShareBlue and was part of a network of liberal outlets supporting Hillary Clinton’s failed presidential campaign.”

--@grynbaum: “As Trump is sworn in, FOX News announces that it has signed Nigel Farage as a network contributor.”

FIRST IN PLAYBOOK: LIZ JOHNSON, communications director for former Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-N.H.) and a member of the Trump transition team, is going to the Department of Homeland Security’s office of public affairs as a communications adviser.

-- SPOTTED: SARA BONJEAN helping Vice President Mike Pence and his family navigate the waters of inauguration festivities.

-- BUZZ: Shealah Craighead will be the White House photographer. Her website:

OVERHEARD at the Whiskey Ball Friday night, a young Republican discussing his desire to try to work in the administration: “You can get something that you’re not qualified for and make something of it.”

TOP TWEETS -- @CNN: “The Piano Guys play ‘Fight Song’ at Trump #InauguralBall, Clinton campaign’s signature song”: …@KatyTurNBC: “Parade route from Capital to WH. Entire stands empty. Crowd thin.” 2-min. video … Gender-Professecs (@MrTrunney): “Richard Spencer got punched in the face during the protests at Trump’s #inauguration” … @BarackObama, whose bio reads “Dad, husband, President, citizen”: “Hi everybody! Back to the original handle. Is this thing still on? Michelle and I are off on a quick vacation, then we’ll get back to work.” …Ciaran Jenkins (@C4Ciaran): “Watch Trump and Obama greet the same couple [the Doles]. V different styles.”

MICHAEL GRUNWALD in Politico, “From Obama to Trump: No Ordinary Lurch: The ceremony might have looked smooth, but it’s hard to imagine a more abrupt change in the American presidency”: “Trump was Trump, even though he had just become President Trump. He is no ordinary politician, and his inaugural address—a pugilistic, nationalistic, campaign-style screed that made America sound like an unbearable dystopia—was a harsh reminder, if one were needed, that this was no ordinary transfer of power. ... It’s an abrupt shift not only from a Democratic technocrat who pursued progressive policies to a Republican billionaire who has vowed to undo them, but from no-drama to melodrama, from cerebral and methodical to impulsive and chaotic, from the pedantic intellectual who loathes cable news and quoted V.S. Naipaul in an exit interview with the New York Times book critic to the brand-savvy entrepreneur and reality-TV host who incessantly watches cable news and does not seem to read books at all.”

FACT CHECK -- NYT A21, “Trump’s Grim View of the Economy Ignores Most Americans’ Reality,” by Binyamin Appelbaum: “The dismal picture of the American economy President Donald J. Trump painted in his Inaugural Address on Friday is at odds with the economic reality of most Americans. Mr. Trump described a nation depleted, despairing and in decline. ... In fact, the United States is in the midst of one of the longest sustained economic expansions in the nation’s history. The stock market has climbed to record heights; middle-class incomes are increasing after years of stagnation; and corporations are recording enormous profits. Some measures of consumer confidence show that optimism about the economic outlook, and job and income prospects have climbed to the highest levels in more than a decade.”

SNEAK PEAK -- KELLYANNE CONWAY on NBC’s “Sunday TODAY with Willie Geist”: When asked if President-elect Trump will answer every criticism, like SNL and Meryl Streep, Conway says, “He doesn’t answer every criticism, believe me” and he will “possibly engage pop culture but again, he rarely draws first blood.” “Why was it okay for President Obama -- everybody swooned and thought it was a wonderful idea that he would engage pop culture on his own terms, and if Donald Trump does it a little bit differently through his social media platforms everybody feigns shock and dismay?”

THE CABINET -- “Weak vetting led to Cabinet confirmation surprises,” by Josh Dawsey and Eli Stokols: “Steve Mnuchin, Donald Trump’s pick to be treasury Secretary, failed to list $100 million in assets on his federal disclosure forms. Vincent Viola, nominated to be Army secretary, punched a man in the face at a horse race last summer. The ex-wife of Andrew Puzder, the labor secretary nominee, once appeared incognito on ‘Oprah’ to raise domestic abuse allegations, which Puzder has denied. Betsy DeVos, Trump’s choice for education secretary, struggled to demonstrate a basic comprehension of department policy and basic education terms during her hearing this week. Two nominees didn’t pay taxes on their household employees. This string of startling revelations over the past two weeks caught senior members of Trump’s staff by surprise, and they didn’t know some of the potential for problems before Senate confirmation hearings began.”

THE NEW ADMINISTRATION -- “With Trump in Charge, Climate Change References Purged From Website,” by NYT’s Coral Davenport: “Within moments of the inauguration of President Trump, the official White House website on Friday deleted nearly all mentions of climate change. The one exception: Mr. Trump’s vow to eliminate the Obama administration’s climate change policies, which previously had a prominent and detailed web page on”

-- “Republicans delay DeVos committee vote by a week,” by Michael Stratford: “Sen. Lamar Alexander, chair of the Senate education committee, has delayed by a week a planned committee vote on Betsy DeVos, President Donald Trump’s nominee for Education secretary. The vote, which was originally slated for this Tuesday, has been rescheduled until Jan. 31, Alexander announced Friday evening. The delay comes as Democrats have argued that they haven’t had enough time to examine DeVos’ complicated financial holdings or ask her questions.”

PLAYBOOK IN-BOX – From “President Trump” yesterday at 1:19 p.m. with the subject line “Before tomorrow”: “Friend, I am humbled to write to you for the first time as your president. This is an honor I will never take lightly – and I will NEVER forget the brave and strong Americans who entrusted me with this great responsibility. ... Ronna McDaniel – our Party’s terrific new chairman and a real winner – will soon be sending me a list of our many members who renewed their commitment for the 2017 year. Friend: I hope you will accept your Sustaining Membership to sustain everything we accomplished for years and years to come. Please accept your Sustaining Membership for the 2017 year and make a contribution of $250, $100, $65, $50, $35, $25, or $15. ... God bless you, Donald J. Trump President of the United States.”

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CLICKERS – “The best photos from Trump’s inauguration” -- 132 pix… “The nation’s cartoonists on the week in politics,”edited by Matt Wuerker – 12 keepers … @PostGraphics:“Words Donald Trump said for the first time in any U.S. inaugural address”

GREAT WEEKEND READS, curated by Daniel Lippman:

--“The Government Secrets Trump Is About to Discover,” by Garrett M. Graff in the January/February issue of Politico Magazine: “From spy planes to cyberattacks to the private lives of foreign leaders, the president gets access to more confidential material than anyone else on the planet. Now, it’s all in Donald Trump’s hands.”

--“The Heroism of Incremental Care,” by Atul Gawande in The New Yorker: “We devote vast resources to intensive, one-off procedures, while starving the kind of steady, intimate care that often helps people more.”

--“The Great Exception: California vs. Trump. Part One,” by Andy Kroll in California Sunday: “With a GDP of $2.5 trillion, it has the sixth-largest economy in the world, trailing only the United Kingdom, Germany, Japan, China, and, of course, the United States. With 39 million people, it is by far the most populous state in the union. (Put another way, nearly one out of every eight Americans is a Californian.) Two of the nation’s most influential industries — tech and entertainment — reside primarily in California. The state is the fifth-largest supplier of food in the world.” (h/t

--“I Work in the Restaurant Industry. Obamacare Saved My Family’s Life,” by Allison Robicelli in Eater magazine: “The Affordable Care Act was going to make hospitality careers livable. Now what?”

--“The Feels of Love,” by T. Kira Madden in Guernica Magazine: “‘In my defense,’ he said, ‘I thought you were 13.’”

--“Why the elites always rule,” by Hugo Drochon in The New Statesman: “Since an Italian sociologist coined the word ‘elite’ in 1902, it has become a term of abuse. But history is the story of one elite replacing another – as the votes for Trump and Brexit have shown.” (h/t

--“My Dinners With Harold,” by Daniel Duane in California Sunday: “How a shy Ph.D. in English literature revolutionized the science of cooking and became revered in the most famous kitchens in the world.”

--“How Jokes Won the Election,” by Emily Nussbaum in The New Yorker: “How do you fight an enemy who’s just kidding?”

--“Searching for Richard Spencer,” by Eli Sanders in The Stranger: “What I found in a small Montana town at the center of a white nationalist troll storm.” (h/t

--“They Called Her Mrs. Sherlock Holmes,” by Brad Ricca in Narratively: “The mysterious case of the first female U.S. District Attorney, and the morbid murder investigation that put her on the map.”

--“Gay bars are under threat but not from the obvious attackers” – The Economist: “The disappearance of gay bars and clubs is an unhappy side-effect of a far more cheering trend.”

SPOTTED -- Former Louisiana Gov. and presidential candidate Bobby Jindal at Table Kitchen & Bar in Baton Rouge on inauguration night, with his wife Supriya and two of his three children … Marvin Nicholson, Anita Decker Breckenridge, Joe Paulsen and Pete Souza on Obama’s final flight aboard Air Force One (i.e. Executive One) to Palm Springs. All returned to D.C. aboard the plane once it refueled. ... Rahm Emanuel with a large group dining on Thursday evening at Miami Beach steakhouse The Forge ... former Gov. George Pataki walking near the Newseum Friday morning ... Justice Sonia Sotomayor last night at Red Hen ... Having breakfast at Bistro Bis at the Kimpton George hotel this morning: Chris Cuomo with David Axelrod; Doug Brinkley with James Rosen

INAUGURATION PARTY CIRCUIT -- Sheldon and Miriam Adelson and the Ricketts family hosted a private inaugural party last night in a room decked out like a Vegas lounge with TVs framed in gold. The party took place at the Morning Consult office close to the White House. SPOTTED: Sylvie and Todd Ricketts, Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts, Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin, Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.), Sen. Cory Gardner (R-Colo.), John Paulson, Paul Singer, Andy Abboud, Robin and Brian Baker, Rob Collins, Laura and Joel Kaplan, Campbell Brown and Dan Senor.

-- Amb. Mary Ourisman and Mandell Ourisman hosted an “Inaugural Afterglow Party” at Cafe Milano last night, which ran past 1 a.m.: SPOTTED: Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) taking photos with guests, Wilbur Ross, Al Hunt and Judy Woodruff, Jim Glassman, Laura Ingraham chatting with Tammy Haddad, Bob Barnett, Juleanna Glover, Eric Bolling, Sergio Gor, Marcie and Will Kinzel, Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens, Ark. Gov. Asa Hutchinson, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, Kit and Linda Bond, Sen. Dan Sullivan (R-Alaska), Sen. Roy Blunt (R-Mo.), Sen. John Cornyn (R-Tex.), Jim McCray, Marlene Malek, Matt Swift, former Amb. Paula Dobriansky, Jack and Susanna Quinn, Steve Clemons, Ken and Jackie Duberstein, Carlos Gutierrez, Bret and Amy Baier, Fred Ryan, Walt Cronkite IV, Kevin Sheridan, John Arundel, Jack Evans, Pam Stevens, Rick Perry, Tommy Quinn, Lloyd Hand, Virginia Coyne, Scott Thuman, Annie Groer, John Avlon, Kevin Chaffee, Nancy Brinker.

--Tim Daly hosted a Creative Coalition Ball last night with Robin Bronk and urged the 300 plus attendees for “the right to bear arts” at the Harman Center for the Arts. Blues Traveler performed after a spoken word presentation by the stars. SPOTTED: Christina Hendricks, Dean Norris, Cheryl Hines, Alysia Reiner, Mae Whitman, Geoffrey Arend, Beau Willimon, Susan Blumenthal, Jen Smith, Carol Alt, Bob Franken, and members of Congress and media types.

--SPOTTED at Time Warner’s viewing party which Carol Melton hosted: Jim and Heather Johnson, Tim McBride, Philippe Bourguignon, Kate Goodall, Niki Christoff, Heather Podesta, Gary Knell, Andrew Overton, Tammy Haddad, Raul Fernandez, Steve Clemons, Kevin Merida, Jen Smith, Juleanna Glover, Kevin Chaffee, Nika Nour.

--SPOTTED at last night’s Big & Rich RIAA Musicians on Call Benefit: Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.), Amy Isbell, Mike Platt, Penny Nance, Michele Ballantyne, Mitch Glazier, Tyler Grimm, Morna Willens, Cary Sherman, iHeartRadio DJs Toby Knapp and JT Bosch, Austin Carson, Brendan Belair, Todd Dupler, Todd Willens, Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb, Cara Weiblinger, Jonathan Lamy, Rhod Shaw, Laura Mullen, McKinley Cooper, Jeff Gregorio, Brendan Kownacki, Joanna McIntosh. Pic by Dan Swartz of Big & Rich toasting with Rep. Collins

--Hundreds of guests gathered at MXDC downtown from 8 until well after midnight for the Inaugural Whiskey Ball hosted by the Distilled Spirits Council, National Restaurant Association, Locust Street Group, Wine and Spirits Wholesalers of America, Quicken Loans and Washington Life Magazine. SPOTTED: Kraig Naasz, Frank Coleman, Mark Gorman, Michele Famiglietti, David Culver, Steve Danon, Craig Wolf, Craig Purser, Ben Jenkins, Joe Maloney, Katy Summerlin, Allison Schneider, Nina Verghese, Gloria Dittus, Carl Hulse, Emily Heil, Nika Nour, Matt Cooper, Robert and Katie Zirkelbach, Rick Klein, Byron Tau, Amy Harder, Matt and Rebecca Haller, Jared Parks, Leslie Kimball, Andrew Kovalcin, Craig Gordon, Chris Gindlesperger, Alex Strong, Sue Hensley, Erin Streeter, Chrys Kefalas, Tommy McFly.

TRANSITIONS -- Eddie Vale emails friends and colleagues, per a note forwarded by a friend: “Hey everyone...time for some impersonal sharing of personal news...after four wonderful years of working with David [Brock], an amazing team, and you all, from American Bridge it’s time for me to head off on a new adventure and I’m going to be working with Cara Morris-Stern and Tom McMahon over at New Partners.” … Kirstjen Nielsen named chief of staff at DHS -- In his initial letter to DHS employees, Secretary John Kelly wrote: “With her extensive experience in homeland security, she understands the complexity of the various agencies and policies within the Department and the larger homeland security enterprise.” She most recently has worked on global risk consulting and been a senior fellow at GWU’s Center for Cyber and Homeland Security.

BIRTHDAYS: Eric Holder, former attorney general, is 66 (hat tip: Kevin Lewis) ... Gary Locke, former Commerce Secretary and Ambassador to China, is 67 ... Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen is 64 ... Becca Glover, comms. director for Sen. Richard Burr and an Issa alum (h/ts her Sarahs, Katy Summerlin and Taylor Holgate) ... Will Holley, partner at Firehose Strategies, former counsel for Rubio for President and a Mercury and Bush WH alum (h/ts Marco, Alex Conant, Peter Watkins) ... CNN Washington bureau chief Sam Feist (h/t Matt Dornic) … Tyler Cowen, GMU economist and Marginal Revolution blogger, is 55 ... Matt Cooper, political editor at Newsweek and the pride of South Orange, N.J. ... Politico’s John Shinkle, the pride of Dayton, Ohio ... Politico’s Jen Haberkorn ... Jonathan Grella, EVP of public affairs at the U.S. Travel Association (Aggressive!) ... Philly Daily News’ Will Bunch is 58 ... Nahiomy Alvarez, analyst at Hamilton Place Strategies (h/t Ben Koltun) ... philanthropist Lynn Schusterman, co-founder of the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation (h/t Jewish Insider) ... Jim Davidson at Polsinelli (h/t Jon Haber) ... Joe Donoghue, LD for Sen. John McCain and McCain’s favorite “little jerk” since 1987 (h/t Lee Dunn) ... Bob Sensenbrenner, GC at House Rules Committee (h/t birthday girl Becca Glover, who went to high school with Bob) … Chris Donovan, senior producer at ABC News and the pride of New Hampshire, is 42 ...

… Josh Isay, managing director at SKDKnickerbocker ... D.C. attorney Leonard Silverstein … Michael Anderson, a CAP fundraiser and alum of Sen. Tim Johnson ... Jamie Waters, Bush alumnus now VP at Compass Advisers Group ... ABC News’ Subrata De ... Politico Europe’s Christopher Spillane and Helen Collis ... Roberto Jose Coquis, an OFA and Bush 43 WH alum and a fun, devoted dad and hubby; lover of all things sports n’ politics ... Rep. Kevin Cramer (R-N.D.) is 56 ... former Rep. Matt Salmon is 59 ... Steve Rosenthal, president of the Organizing Group, is 64 (h/t Sean Johnson) ... Michael Vanzetta … Elizabeth Wickett ... Jordan Grossman, alum of HHS, OFA and DHS ... Collin Hansen ... Forrest Brown, campaign coordinator at Unified Social and a PCCC alum … Tommy McKone, manager of gov’t affairs at the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office ... Campbell Spencer ... Ron Bell … Jeff Simmons (h/ts Teresa Vilmain) … Tony Reinke ... Kyle O’Connor, former Obama WH speechwriter, now in executive comms at Facebook ... Margaret Olmos ... Josh Warren, Treasury alum now director of corporate strategy and development at BlackRock ... Michael Lemov ... Katie Loovis, director of corporate responsibility at GlaxoSmithKline ... Rich Juliano ... Len Colodny is 79 ... Cynthia Faulkner ... McCain LD Joe Donoghue – read a WashExaminer profile of him … Amy Allman ... Tony Reinke … Margaret Olmos … World Golf Hall of Famer Jack Nicklaus is 77 (h/t AP)

THE SHOWS, by @MattMackowiak, filing from BWI en route Austin:

--CNN’s “State of the Union” (9 a.m.): Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) … House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.). Panel: David Axelrod, Marsha Blackburn, Nina Turner and Mia Love.

--“Fox News Sunday”: Reince Priebus … Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.). Panel: Bret Baier, Mo Elleithee, Kim Strassel and Juan Williams.

--ABC’s “This Week”: Kellyanne Conway … Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.)… Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.). Panel: Alex Castellanos, Stephanie Cutter, Matthew Dowd, Jonathan Karl and Cokie Roberts.

--CBS’s “Face the Nation”: Kellyanne Conway … Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) … Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.). Panel: Lanhee Chen, Susan Page, Frank Luntz and Jeffrey Goldberg.

--NBC’s “Meet the Press”: Kellyanne Conway ... Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) … Tom Barrack … Panel: Hugh Hewitt, Eliana Johnson, Chris Matthews and Kristen Welker.

--Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures” (10 a.m.): Anthony Scaramucci … Grover Norquist … House Homeland Security Chairman Michael McCaul (R-Texas) … Carly Fiorina … Paula Broadwell. Panel: Ed Rollins, Stephen Sigmund and Judith Miller.

--Fox News’ “MediaBuzz” (SUN 11 a.m.): Erin McPike … Mollie Hemingway … Joe Trippi … Bret Baier … Corey Lewandowski … Susan Ferrechio.

--CNN’s “Inside Politics” with John King (8 a.m.): Panel: Peter Baker, Mary Katharine Ham, Jeff Zeleny, Nia-Malika Henderson.

--CNN’s “Reliable Sources”: (11 a.m.): Panel: Michael Oreskes, Karen Tumulty, Lynn Sweet and Frank Sesno ... Jeff Mason … David Fahrenthold.

--Univision’s “Al Punto” (10 a.m.): Univision News correspondent Luis Megid … Presidential Inauguration Committee spokesman Carlos Diaz-Rosillo … National Hispanic Leadership Conference president Rev. Samuel Rodriguez … Luis Gutierrez … report on “El Chapo” from Univision investigative unit vice president Gerardo Reyes … United We Dream’s Cristina Jimenez and The Women’s March’s Paola Mendoza … actress and activist Diane Guerrero.

---C-SPAN: “Newsmakers” (10 a.m.): Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett and New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu, questioned by Politico’s Isaac Dovere and The Hill’s Reid Wilson … “Q&A” (SUN 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET): Author and Johns Hopkins University’s Benjamin Ginsberg (“What Washington Gets Wrong: The Unelected Officials Who Actually Run the Government and Their Misconceptions about the American People”).

--Washington Times’ “Mack on Politics” weekly politics podcast with Matt Mackowiak (download on iTunes or listen at Ben Shapiro … Reed Galen … ViaMedia CEO Mark Lieberman.

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