Welcome to “Face the Nation,” hosted by Margaret Brennan, on this February edition

Title: “Face the Nation” Recap: National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan and Senator Kyrsten Sinema Discuss Yemen Strikes and Immigration Negotiations

Introduction:
This week on “Face the Nation,” host Margaret Brennan sits down with National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan to discuss the recent U.S. strikes against Iranian-backed Houthis in Yemen. The strikes were in retaliation for a drone strike last week that killed three Americans. Additionally, Senator Kyrsten Sinema joins the show to provide updates on the ongoing immigration negotiations in the Senate.

Section 1: U.S. Strikes Against Iranian-Backed Houthis in Yemen
Brennan begins the show by addressing the recent U.S. strikes in Yemen and the reasoning behind them. She asks Sullivan about the decision to take action against the Iranian-backed Houthis and the potential consequences of these strikes. Sullivan explains that the strikes were a necessary response to the Houthis’ continued attacks on U.S. interests in the region, including the recent drone strike that killed three Americans.

Section 2: Retaliation for Drone Strike
Brennan delves deeper into the drone strike that prompted the U.S. strikes in Yemen. She asks Sullivan about the intelligence behind the decision to target the Houthis and the potential impact on U.S.-Iran relations. Sullivan emphasizes that the U.S. is committed to defending its interests and will not tolerate attacks on American citizens.

Section 3: Senator Kyrsten Sinema on Immigration Negotiations
In a separate interview, Senator Kyrsten Sinema joins the show to discuss the ongoing immigration negotiations in the Senate. Brennan asks Sinema about the progress being made and the challenges that lie ahead. Sinema expresses optimism about finding a bipartisan solution and emphasizes the need for comprehensive immigration reform.

Section 4: Finding Common Ground
Brennan asks Sinema about the potential for finding common ground on immigration reform, given the current political climate. Sinema acknowledges the challenges but remains hopeful that both parties can come together to find a solution that benefits all Americans.

Conclusion:
As the show comes to a close, Brennan thanks both Sullivan and Sinema for their  

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