Sorry folks: Al Sharpton’s new 8 a.m. Sunday show doesn’t make its debut for another week, so we’re stuck with the usual fare. “Meet the Press” is probably your best choice to fill in the gap tomorrow morning, as moderator Chuck Todd will interview both Hillary Clinton and Carly Fiorina.

National Journal columnist Ron Founier has been increasingly critical of Hillary Clinton as her campaign keeps changing its story on her emails and private server. Just in case Todd missed it, Fournier tweeted him a New York Times story about when exactly Clinton started using a personal account to conduct government business:

Mrs. Clinton has said that she retained no emails from her first two months in office because she used an account that she no longer has access to. She has said that on March 19, 2009, she began using the personal account — [email protected] — that she relied on for the rest of her time in office.

But on Friday, State Department officials said they had been given copies of an email chain between Mrs. Clinton and David H. Petraeus, the commander of United States Central Command at the time, that shows that Mrs. Clinton was using the [email protected] account by Jan. 28, 2009.

It’s certainly a better question than asking Clinton to describe herself in three words.