Sunday morning talking heads

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The sputtering vaccination campaign in the U.S. is today’s top story for the Sunday shows with the growing tension between Team Biden and Facebook a key subplot. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy will talk to “State of the Union” and “Fox News Sunday” about the administration’s new initiative against vaccine misinformation. Murthy, Jen Psaki, and even Joe Biden himself laid blame squarely on Mark Zuckerberg’s company this week for Americans not wanting to get their shots.

And Facebook is tired of it:

Murthy will be pressed on what he’s said to the company behind the scenes and how far the administration should go to try to keep anti-vax propaganda off of social media. Because it sounds like they’re willing to go … pretty far.

Elsewhere this morning, Senate Republicans Rob Portman and Bill Cassidy will chat with “State of the Union” and “Fox News Sunday,” respectively, about the state of bipartisan negotiations on infrastructure now that Democrats have dropped a $3.5 trillion reconciliation package on them. And former CISA head Chris Krebs will sit down with “Face the Nation” to discuss the spate of ransomware attacks on U.S. companies, the endless ballot “audit” in Arizona, and that mysterious story in the Guardian a few days ago alleging documentary evidence of a Kremlin plot to support Trump’s campaign in 2016. Krebs smells a rat:

The full line-up is at Politico.