This week on “Sunday Morning” (January 17)

THE VICE PRESIDENCY: Kamala Harris is “clear-eyed” about the task ahead: “It is not gon na be simple” In part one of our two-part interview with the Vice President-Elect, Kamala Harris talks with “Sunday Morning” host Jane Pauley about her role in this special moment in history. The previous prosecutor, attorney general and U.S. Senator also looks back at the lots of “firsts” of her profession; her arguments with her mom about optimism vs. realism; and the January 6th attack on our democracy on Capitol Hill.THE VICE PRESIDENCY: Kamala Harris and Douglas Emhoff on breaking brand-new groundIn part two of our two-part interview with Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris, “Sunday Morning” host Jane Pauley talks with Harris and her husband, attorney Douglas Emhoff, about their marital relationship and combined family, and his function as the first “second gentleman. Now youll never miss out on the trumpet!

Comic Sarah Cooper.

As Joe Biden is sworn in as our 46th President, old animosities threaten the customs of renewal. “60 Minutes” correspondent John Dickerson talks with New Yorker author Jill Lepore, New York Times columnist Jamelle Bouie, and Washington Post writer Michael Gerson about the difficulties dealing with a president taking charge of a country enflamed by mistrust, disinformation and insurrection. President Donald Trump was just recently banned from Twitter following his incitement of rioters, and his social media accounts on Facebook and Instagram were suspended. FUNNY: Sarah Cooper, in her own voiceAfter 20 years of attempting, standup comedian Sarah Cooper became an over night success when she started lip-syncing President Trump, removing away his image and using just his words, in social media posts that ended up being comedy sensations. Reporter Mo Rocca looks back at the amazing life of Curtis, and the not-always-positive effect he had on Native American peoples.For more info: THE PRESIDENCY: An extraordinary impeachmentPresident Donald Trump ended up being the very first chief executive to be impeached twice, when the House of Representatives voted this past week that he had actually incited a violent insurrection upon the U.S. Capitol.

As Joe Biden is sworn in as our 46th President, old animosities threaten the traditions of renewal. “60 Minutes” correspondent John Dickerson talks with New Yorker author Jill Lepore, New York Times writer Jamelle Bouie, and Washington Post columnist Michael Gerson about the challenges dealing with a president taking charge of a country enflamed by insurrection, mistrust and disinformation. President Donald Trump was just recently prohibited from Twitter following his incitement of rioters, and his social media accounts on Facebook and Instagram were suspended.

Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris with her partner, Douglas Emhoff.

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FUNNY: Sarah Cooper, in her own voiceAfter twenty years of trying, standup comic Sarah Cooper ended up being an over night success when she started lip-syncing President Trump, stripping away his image and utilizing only his words, in social media posts that ended up being funny experiences. Reporter Jim Axelrod talks with Cooper about her increase to fame, and what the future might hold for her, now that her things of mockery is leaving the stage.PREVIEW: Sarah Cooper: Im carrying on from lip-syncing TrumpFor more details: PASSAGE: TBD HISTORY: Remembering Charles Curtis, the first Native American vice presidentElected in 1928, Charles Curtis ended up being the first, and just, Native American Vice President of the United States. After being raised amongst the Kaw Tribe in Kansas, he remained in Topeka to cope with his White dads household. His political and expert rise (from lawyer, to Congressman and Senator, to Herbert Hoovers running mate) was quick and compelling. Reporter Mo Rocca looks back at the extraordinary life of Curtis, and the not-always-positive impact he had on Native American peoples.For more details: THE PRESIDENCY: An unprecedented impeachmentPresident Donald Trump became the first president to be impeached two times, when your home of Representatives voted this past week that he had prompted a violent insurrection upon the U.S. Capitol. Correspondent Rita Braver looks at the history of impeachment, and the future ramifications for Mr. Trump as he leaves office. HARTMAN: Day care friends.

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