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.
135 candidates: What happened the last time California recalled a governor
As the recall campaign against California Governor Gavin Newsom takes a step closer, Carrie Dann looks at what happened in 2003 when a recall election replaced Gray Davis with Arnold Schwarzenegger.
The Republican Civil War & the Man With a Plan: Evan McMullin, Annie Karni and Jake Sherman
"I already have a family and a religion and so I've never looked at my political party to replace either," 2016 presidential candidate Evan McMullin says. He tells Chuck Todd about his explorations into a new faction of the GOP ... and possibly a third party.
NYT's Annie Karni and Punchbowl's Jake Sherman join to discuss President Biden's To-Do list.
One way the Trump's presidency was predictable? His polls never changed much
With the first approval ratings for the Biden presidency starting to come together, Carrie Dann looks back at how past support for past administrations changed over time.
The issue is trust: Bruce Mehlman, plus Kiersten Todt on cybersecurity
Chuck talks with Bruce Mehlman about his latest analysis on trends in populism and GOP priorities. Plus, Kiersten Todt, managing director at the Cyber Readiness Institute, discusses a hack that could have poisoned municipal water in Florida.
Poll shows Republicans divide evenly over support for Trump
Carrie Dann looks back over polling since 2019 to see how Republican voters view President Trump, and where those splits differ from elected Republicans.
Where will the GOP be in a year?
Anna Palmer & Sahil Kapur, plus Dylan Byers on Jeff Bezos