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.
President Trump's second impeachment goes forward
Chuck shares a quick note about the House's second impeachment of President Trump.
One precedent Trump is (kind of) upholding? Skipping the inauguration of his successor
Carrie Dann looks back in time to see why some previous presidents skipped the inaugurations of their successors.
The aftermath: Dan Balz, Amy Walter and Eddie Glaude, Jr.
Dan Balz, Washington Post Chief Correspondent, Amy Walter, National Editor for the Cook Political Report, and Eddie Glaude, Jr. Princeton professor, talk to Chuck Todd about the attack on the Capitol and the president's role in stoking violence.
Georgia results realign Southern politics and Republican party calculus
Chuck Todd returns with a recap from the Georgia Senate runoffs, which could have wide-reaching impacts on politics and campaigns for years to come.
Georgia Senate runoff costs more than a Da Vinci's worth of TV ads
Back with a big number for the week, Carrie Dann tracks the historic ad spending underway in the two Georgia Senate runoffs.
If it's December, Congress has a long to-do list: Carl Hulse & Leigh Ann Caldwell
Carl Hulse, Chief Washington correspondent for the New York Times and Leigh Ann Caldwell, NBC News correspondent covering Congress, join Chuck to talk about negotiations over a Covid relief bill.
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Great host, great guests. Have been a chuck todd fan since Tim Russert days. But HOW is the audio quality and editing allowed to be this bad? It’s mystifying.
Great analysis with great guests
Chuck: stop interrupting your guests (especially women)
I’m a pretty loyal listener, but i’m really tired of Chuck asking excellent guests like Amy Walter a question ans then cutting her off 30 seconds into her answer. He lets Dan Balz usually finish, but interrupts most other guests usually to invoke the first person pronoun. “I was saying something like that in my awesome tweet” “I wrote about that yesterday...” It rude and annoying