MSNBC’s Chris Matthews will sit down with President Obama in an interview that will focus on healthcare, confidence in government, political dysfunction and voter suppression.
The interview, a town hall-style format at American University in Washington D.C. happening Thursday as part of the “Hardball College Tour,” will air on Thursday night’s “Hardball” at 7pmET. Matthews will be joined by university students, who will get to ask the President their own questions.
Former President Bill Clinton is also making the TV rounds this week—speaking with two Spanish-language hosts ahead of the Clinton Global Initiative’s Latin America meeting in Brazil.
Fusion’s Jorge Ramos sits down with the former President on tonight’s “AMERICA with George Ramos” at 8pmET from Clinton’s home in Chappaqua, New York. Portions of the interview will air on “Noticiero Univision” and on this Sunday’s “Al Punto.”
CNN en Español’s Juan Carlos Lopez has also interviewed Mr. Clinton. That interview also airs tonight on the program “Directo USA” at 6pmET on CNN en Español.
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