Maria Bartiromo’s Sunday Morning Futures was the most watched cable news program on Sunday, January 12th.

The Fox News program featuring War Room: Impeachment host Stephen K. Bannon, Secretary of Treasury Steven Mnuchin, Sen. Rick Scott, Rep. Kevin McCarthy, and Rep. Devin Nunes had nearly 2 million viewers.

Sunday Morning Futures had more viewers than CNN’s top ranking program, Fareed Zakaria: GPS, and MSNBC’S top ranking program, AM Joy, COMBINED.

Bartiromo’s show, airing Sundays at 10am ET, consistently provides interviews with powerful political players that set the narrative for the following week.

It’s #1 ranking is no surprise.


During Bannon’s interview, he calls for President Trump to delay his State of the Union address until the Senate impeachment trial ends.

The two also discuss how “Freedom and democracy spreading in Middle East and Asia thanks to Trump doctrine.”

Bannon explains the recent developments: “President Trump has stood up to the Chinese Communist party, the dictators in Beijing. He stood up to the mullahs in Tehran. Now you’re seeing the people, whether it’s at the ballot box in Hong Kong, or in the protests, they just had a sweeping victory there a couple weeks ago, a landslide victory for the freedom and democracy party in Taiwan with a record turnout. In Tehran, the exact same thing. Remember in Hong Kong, in Taipei, you’re seeing the American flag, they’re waving it in these independence movements, these freedom movements, they got posters of President Trump as Superman or some sort of superhero. This is the Trump policy.”

Bannon has appeared on the show several times before: