Sunday shows preview: Mourning Paris, figuring out the next steps
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Presidential candidates and national security experts will weigh in on the deadly Paris attacks on the Sunday talk shows this week.
Republican presidential front-runner Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump rallies in Nevada amid Supreme Court flurry: 'We're gonna get Brett' Trump: 'Good news' that Obama is campaigning again Trump boosts Heller, hammers 'Wacky Jacky' opponent in Nevada MORE will make an appearance on the heels of a Saturday rally where he said victims in Paris would have had a better chance of fighting back if they were armed.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush will appear on two shows to discuss how to move forward after the attacks that left at least 129 civilians dead, including one American, on Friday.
Bush said the attacks, which the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) claimed credit for, were part of an “organized effort to destroy Western civilization” in an interview Friday.
Sens. Lindsey GrahamLindsey Olin GrahamKim, Moon toss ball to Trump in ‘last, best chance’ for Korean peace GOP senator: Kavanaugh accuser 'moving the goalposts' Collins: Kavanaugh accuser should 'reconsider,' testify on Monday MORE (R-S.C.), Rand PaulRandal (Rand) Howard PaulConservatives left frustrated as Congress passes big spending bills Senate approves 4B spending bill Some employees' personal data revealed in State Department email breach: report MORE (R-Ky.), and Marco RubioMarco Antonio RubioNikki Haley: New York Times ‘knew the facts’ about curtains and still released story March For Our Lives founder leaves group, says he regrets trying to 'embarrass' Rubio Rubio unloads on Turkish chef for 'feasting' Venezuela's Maduro: 'I got pissed' MORE (R-Fla.), all GOP presidential candidates, will each make an appearance on Sunday to contrast their stances on foreign policy.
Graham has framed his presidential campaign as a referendum on President Obama’s foreign policy, linking growing instability in the world with America’s withdrawal from the international stage, while Paul has had difficulty selling his approach to foreign policy with Republican voters.
Here are the rest of the expected guests for the Sunday talk shows:
ABC’s “This Week”: Rubio, who sits on the Select Committee on Intelligence, will offer his condolences and thoughts on the Paris massacre. O’Malley will follow to discuss the Democratic primary debate and give his take on the escalating fight between the West and ISIS.
President Obama will appear in an interview that was taped prior to the Paris attacks.
CBS’ “Face the Nation”: Trump headlines the show to offer his thoughts on the Paris massacre, followed by Paul, who will offer his analysis on how American should combat ISIS. 
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) will discuss his performance at the Democratic primary debate and how he would respond to the attacks on France.
CNN’s “State of the Union”: Bush will make his first appearance, followed by Graham, who has been outspoken about the need for a stronger American foreign policy.
“Fox News Sunday”: Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.), member of the House Select Committee on Intelligence, will be on the show to discuss the intelligence community’s reaction to the Paris attacks. 
GOP presidential candidate Ben Carson will also appear to offer his take on the massacre, followed by a taped interview with Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, who is battling cancer.
Foundation for Individual Rights In Education (FIRE) founder Greg Lukianoff will make an appearance on the show to discuss the racial protests on college campuses sweeping the nation.
NBC’s “Meet the Press”: Bush will make his second appearance of the day to give his take on how America should respond to the Paris attacks.