On Breitbart News Sunday on Sirius XM Patriot channel 125 from 7PM to 10PM EST, host and Breitbart News Chairman Stephen K. Bannon will be on the air LIVE from the Media Broadcast Center in Manchester, NH along with his co-hosts Breitbart News Washington editor Matthew Boyle and Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow.
Kelly Ann Conway the CEO and Chief Strategist of Keep the Promise, a Sen. Ted Cruz SuperPac, will come on the show to talk about the New Hampshire debate and presidential campaign.
Bannon will interview Roger Stone, Donald Trump’s former political adviser. Stone recently wrote The Clintons’ War on Women .
Bloomberg political analyst Joshua Green will come on the program to talk about the Republican presidential campaign and the possible political realignment that Cruz and Donald Trump might bring to the party.
Donald Trump’s Senior Political Adviser, Stephen Miller, will be interviewed about Trump’s foreign policy positions and will talk about how Sen. Marco Rubio’s immigration policy ideas would essentially lead to an Obama third term.
Bannon will interview Ryan Williams, Mitt Romney’s national press secretary from the 2012 election.
Huffington Post Senior Political Reporter Scott Conroy will be interviewed about the presidential primaries. Conroy wrote the book Sarah from Alaska: The Sudden Rise and Brutal Education of a New Conservative Superstar.
New York Times political reporter Jeremy Peters will be interviewed about the presidential primaries in New Hampshire.
New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman, who edits NYT’s First Draft political page, will come on the program to speak about the presidential race.
Pat Caddell, Fox News analyst and pollster, will be interviewed about the presidential race and polls heading into the New Hampshire primary. Caddell wrote the book, The Fire This Time: The Failure of Two-Party Politics and the Rise of the American People.
A number of Breitbart reporters will be interviewed about the presidential campaigns. Alex Swoyer will come on to talk about Donald Trump, Michelle Fields will speak about Sen. Ted Cruz, and Patrick Howley will speak about Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.