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Chuck Todd at his best – unscripted, informed and focused on what really matters in the 2020 presidential race. Join Chuck each Wednesday as he talks with top reporters from the nation’s capital, plus exclusive sit-down interviews and on-the-ground dispatches from across the campaign trail.
This week Joe Biden is expected to announce a decision on his running mate. Stacey Abrams, Keisha Lance Bottoms, David Plouffe, Robert Gibbs, Yamiche Alcindor, and Jennifer Palmieri join Kasie to talk about what’s at stake for the Biden campaign.
In one week, one of the decisions that could have the most impact on the race is reportedly set to be announced: Biden’s VP pick.
Election day is 100 days away and the polls show Joe Biden poised to unseat a Republican incumbent for the first time since George HW Bush. But don’t tell that to Democrats still living with polling PTSD from 2016. Rep. James Clyburn, Rep. Karen Bass, Amy Walter and more join Steve Kornacki this week on the show.…
Josh Kraushaar, columnist for National Review, and Jonah Goldberg, Editor-in-Chief of the Dispatch, join Chuck to talk about the battles playing out to control the Republican Party after President Trump. Fred Frommer, author of "You Gotta Have Heart: Washington baseball from Walter Johnson to the 2019 World Series Champion Nationals,” talks about t…
President Trump stands by his claim that the coronavirus will “disappear,” as Senate Republicans push back against a White House attempt to block billions of dollars for testing and tracing in the next stimulus bill.
Chuck is joined by Washington Post staff writer Carol Leonnig to talk about the president's re-election prospects. Katherine Gehl and Michael Porter talk about their new book, The Politics Industry: How Political Innovation Can Break Partisan Gridlock and Save Our Democracy.
The President Pardons Roger Stone and undermines Dr. Anthony Fauci as coronavirus cases hit new statewide records. Sen. Tim Kaine, Rep. Jahana Hayes, Philip Rucker, Robert Costa, and even Jason Isbell stop by.
Tonight on the show a mixture of horror over the steady rise in coronavirus cases and reports that Russian operatives were offering bounties to Taliban members for attacks on American personnel. It’s a quorum of house members including Max Rose, Eric Swalwell, Ayanna Pressley, Elissa Slotkin and Debbie Dingell.…
Wall Street Journal White House reporter Michael Bender and New York Times White House correspondent Annie Karni join Chuck to talk about fallout from President Trump's attempt to kickstart his campaign.
At times the president’s first rally in Tulsa felt like the dust bowl. But is that an ominous sign for his campaign and should twitter commentators be careful before declaring his campaign lagging. Sen. Doug Jones, NY Attorney General Letitia James, Jonathan Swan, Pete Williams, Eugene Robinson, Jon Meacham and more join Kasie on the show this week…
Marc Cuban, entrepreneur and owner of the Dallas Mavericks, joins the Meet the Press: College Roundtable to talk about race and economics with Ghael Fobes, rising junior at Syracuse University, Parker Jensen, a rising senior at The George Washington University, and Chan'cellore Makanjuola, a student at UC Berkley's graduate school of journalism.…
Dave Weigel, Washington Post national political reporter, and Anna Palmer, Politico senior Washington correspondent and co-author of Politico Playbook join Chuck to talk about Senate Republicans unveil their police reform plan.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto (D) joins the Meet the Press: College Roundtable to take questions from Sarah Beth Guevara, a graduate journalism student from the University of Oklahoma, Avalon Pernell, a rising sophomore at Washington and Lee University, and David Bender, a rising freshman at Indiana University.…
Dante Chinni, the director of the American Communities project and Data Download is joined by Nell Henderson, Wall Street Journal Economics Editor. Plus, Carrie Dann goes inside the latest NBC News/WSJ Poll
On Meet the Press: College Roundtable, Anna Salvatore, an incoming freshman at Princeton University, Tamia Fowlkes, a rising junior at the University of Wisconsin - Madison and Camille Respess, a rising senior at the University of Florida, interview NAACP President Derrick Johnson as protests continue across the country following the death of Georg…
Eugene Scott, political reporter for The Washington Post, and MSNBC's Joshua Johnson join Chuck Todd to talk about the widespread protests against police abuse.
Chuck Todd moderates Meet the Press: College Roundtable as students from Florida A&M University, University of Texas-Austin and Georgetown interview University of Arizona President Dr. Robert Robbins and Howard University President Dr. Wayne A.I. Frederick.
While Joe Biden may not be on the campaign trail, his team is busy vetting vice presidential candidates. Stephanie Schricok, president of EMILY's List, talks to Chuck Todd about what each of the potential running mates has to offer.
Legendary sportscaster and broadcaster Bob Costas talks to Chuck about what a modified sports season might look like. TMJ4's Charles Benson and the Texas Tribune's Alexa Ura share their latest reporting on vote-by-mail changes.
Ok, let's talk politics. Amy Walter, National Editor of the Cook Political Report, and Steve Kornacki, National Political correspondent for NBC News, join Chuck for a virus-free discussion of the 2020 political landscape. Plus, Howard University president Dr. Wayne A.I. Frederick to discuss the future of college reopenings.…
Politico's Marc Caputo and NPR's Juana Summers join Chuck Todd to talk about the impact of shifting COVID response plans, and Joe Biden's vice presidential options.
Molly Ball, TIME Magazine National Political correspondent and author of the new book "Pelosi" joins the ToddCast. Ron Fournier calls in from Michigan and Megan Messerly checks in from Nevada with scenes of a financial collapse in the early stages.
Washington Post Chief correspondent Dan Balz and New York Magazine Washington correspondent Olivia Nuzzi try to remember what happened in Washington before covid-19. Author and essayist Chuck Klosterman talks about the long-term impact of the pandemic on millennials' futures.
Chief political correspondent for Politico, Tim Alberta, and White House Reporter for the Washington Post, Ashley Parker, join Chuck to talk about the president's handling of the coronavirus. Plus, the NBC News Political Unit gets together to share their picks for best political (and non-political) movies.…
Phil Rucker, Washington Post White House Bureau Chief, joins Shannon Pettypiece, Senior Reporter for NBC News join Chuck to talk about the White House coronavirus response. Plus, Ian Bremmer, president of the Eurasia Group, talks about the pandemic's impact across the world.
Jon Karl, ABC News Chief White House correspondent and author of the new book "Front Row at the Trump Show" talks to Chuck Todd about their experiences in the White House briefing room and covering President Trump.
Stephanie Cutter and Brad Todd join Chuck Todd for a "work from home" edition of the Chuck ToddCast.
Chuck Todd answers viewers' #PrimaryQuestions and shares his major predictions for how COVID-19 will change the future of America.
After another round of primary losses for Bernie Sanders, Carrie Dann is joined by Yamiche Alcindor and Alex Seitz-Wald to talk about the next steps for his campaign and what Joe Biden has to do in order to cinch the nomination.
Chuck Todd sits down with the First Read team for a late night recap (or is it early morning?) of everything we learned on Super Tuesday.
For some unknown number of candidates, Tuesday night — the tenth Democratic debate — was probably their last time on the stage. NBC's Kasie Hunt, Hotline Editor Leah Askarinam and Inside Elections' Stu Rothenberg join Chuck Todd to analyze Bernie Sanders' staying power at the top of the pile and how Super Tuesday will shake out for everyone else.…
Chuck Todd goes backstage after NBC News hosted a heated Democratic debate with fellow moderator, Nevada Independent’s Editor Jon Ralston and 2020 reporter for the Nevada Independent, Megan Messerly
Betsy Woodruff Swan and Carl Cannon join Chuck Todd to discuss what the results from the New Hampshire primary and what they mean for the 2020 race overall. Plus, McKay Coppins talk all things Mitt Romney and the impact his impeachment vote has had on the Republican Party.
James Pindell, Political Reporter for the Boston Globe, and Dante Scala, Professor of Political Science at the University of New Hampshire, join Chuck for a special edition of the ToddCast to preview the New Hampshire primary.
Days after the Iowa caucuses, results are still ambiguous. But one thing is clear: the fallout will scramble the field of Democratic candidates as the New Hampshire primary approaches.
NBC News Political Reporter Carrie Dann and The Atlantic's Edward-Isaac Dovere discuss predictions, what to watch for and possible scenarios of the upcoming primaries.
Iowa Democratic strategist Jeff Link joins Chuck to talk about the state of the Iowa race. Plus Washington Post White House Bureau Chief Phil Rucker and National Investigative Reporter Carol Leonnig talk about their new book "A Very Stable Genius"
As the House sends articles of impeachment to the Senate, NBC News Correspondent Leigh Ann Caldwell and Washington Post Senior Correspondent Paul Kane. NPR's Steve Inskeep discusses his book "Imperfect Union," about the political power couple he argues helped contribute to the start of the Civil War.…
NBC News' Courtney Kube gives the latest Iran update. Later, Republican ad-maker Brad Todd and Democratic strategist JB Poersch discuss how impeachment will affect the 2020 Senate map.
Mark Murray and Carrie Dann join Chuck Todd to discuss his theories on the only blue state President Trump has a chance of winning and a senator who faces the toughest race of his career.
"Alternative facts," "fake news," gaslighting," "conspiracy theory," are all terms that get thrown around a lot in our politics nowadays. How do we determine what's real versus what is really fake and how can the press and tech companies fix the problem?
Do moderate Republicans hold the key to Trump's impeachment and re-election? To gauge that, Meet The Press assembled a group of six conflicted Republicans in Kent County, Michigan.