NBC News' Meet the Press is the longest-running television show in history, celebrating its 70th anniversary. If it's Sunday, it's Meet the Press with Chuck Todd.
May 15 — Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown, Gov. Kathy Hochul, Sen. Bernie Sanders
Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown joins Meet the Press to discuss the latest on the investigation into the Buffalo shooting. New York Governor Kathy Hochul talks about the state’s response. Senator Bernie Sanders discusses the economic hardship families are facing and the Biden administration’s agenda. Matt Bai, Al Cardenas, Susan Page and Ashley Parker join the Meet the Press roundtable.
War Games: The Battle for Taiwan
Meet the Press takes over the NBC News Washington Bureau to stage a full-day war game between the U.S. and China
May 8 — Gov. Tate Reeves, Dana Nessel, Jennifer Mascott & Neal Katyal
Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves joins Meet The Press to discuss the expected overturn of Roe v. Wade. Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel talks about the state's response to the news. Legal experts and former Supreme Court clerks Jennifer Mascott and Neal Katyal discuss the leak and the effect overturning Roe will have on the court. Ali Vitali, Josh Gerstein, Sara Fagen and Kimberly Atkins Stohr join the Meet the Press roundtable.
May 1 — Sen. Menendez, Sec. Mayorkas, Jonathan Martin & Alex Burns
Sen. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) discusses American support for Ukraine. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas talks about Title 42 and the immigration crisis. Jonathan Martin and Alexander Burns, national political correspondents for The New York Times, join Meet the Press to talk about reporting in their new book, This Will Not Pass: Trump, Biden, and the Battle for America’s Future. Garrett Haake, Helene Cooper, Stephen Hayes and former Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) join the Meet the Press roundtable.
How Democrats lost rural America
National Democrats have raised alarms about support slipping in rural America over the last two decades.
April 24 — President Zelenskyy Top Adviser Igor Zhovkva, Deputy National Security Adviser Jon Finer, Sens. Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) & Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.)
Kristen Welker guest hosts Meet the Press to discuss the continuing war in Ukraine and fractures in both parties ahead of the midterms.
Turn down the volume
Chuck is yelling at us. Stop it please!!
Thankful for hearing from both sides on such complicated issues that are rending our Country asunder. GC Would really appreciate it if Chuck would let his guests talk without constant interruptions. Why have guests if Chuck has to interrupt and rarely let guests get a word out. If it is just Chuck then save guests for dinner. Very annoying. Dr. GC Constantly interrupting your guests, Chuck, does not add to the program. Should just be Chuck Todd instead of having guests to interrupt and speak over. Thanks for checking your constant interrupting your guests. Dr. GC Cannot get today’s Meet The Press. Only “Florida, Florida, Florida.” Dr. GC Curious why Sunday’s 12/13/2020 Meet the Press came today. Wednesday 12/16/2020. Dr. GC New show has good guests. Unfortunately Chuck Todd likes sound of his own voice too much. His constant interruptions is a disappointing experience. Dr. GC
So tired of Chuck interrupting guests that are more interesting to hear from. Am deleting podcasts from Chuck who can’t keep quiet and LISTEN to experts.
New host please
Chuck means well but his inability to ask tough follow up questions allows him to get absolutely marched all over by the people he interviews. And honestly makes a mockery of the term interview and this program. Most of the time it just becomes a PR exercise for the interview subject. Please replace him with someone who will actually conduct a worthwhile interview like Medhi Hasan
The softest interview in the business…
Chuck never actually presses his guests for the truth. You can say whatever you want unchecked on his show. Have a spine man! It’s pathetic