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National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan joins Meet the Press to discuss the state of the war in Ukraine. Rep. Byron Donalds (R-Fla.) talks to Kristen Welker about former President Trump’s position on IVF after an Alabama Supreme Court ruling. Gov. Gavin Newsom (D-Calif.) exclusively joins and defends President Biden’s ability to win in 2024. Yamiche Alcindor, Lanhee Chen, Stephanie Cutter and Chuck Todd join the Meet the Press roundtable following South Carolina’s Republican primary.
U.K. Foreign Secretary David Cameron urges Congress to pass aid to Ukraine aid. Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Bill Taylor details the state of the war as Russia’s invasion enters its third year. Nikki Haley supporter Katon Dawson gives his perspective on the state of the GOP primary a day before the South Carolina primary. NBC's Alex Seitz-Wald reports a New Orleans magician says an operative working for Democratic presidential candidate Dean Phillips paid him to fake the voice of President Biden used in a robocall before the New Hampshire Democratic primary.
Lawmakers react to the Alabama Supreme Court ruling that embryos are children. NBC News Chief Political Analyst Chuck Todd talks about divisions inside the Democratic and Republican parties. Rep. Don Bacon (R-Neb.) discusses latest negotiations on the border and Alabama's Supreme Court ruling. NBC News Senior White House Reporter Peter Nicholas reports on fearful Trump critics who are considering leaving the country if the former president is reelected. Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution Lonnie Bunch explains the importance of celebrating Black History Month.
James Biden, President Biden's brother, testifies on the president's business dealings. NBC News Senior Political Reporter Natasha Korecki speaks with Nevada senate candidate Sam Brown (R-Nev.) about his views on abortion. Amy and Sam Brown speak publicly for the first time about her abortion. The United Kingdom’s High Court delays its ruling on the extradition of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. Rep. Gregory Meeks (D-N.Y.) discusses Ukraine aid and holding Russia accountable for Alexei Navalny's death.
A key Ukrainian city falls to Russian control as a battle plays out in Congress over funding aid to Ukraine. Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-Ill.) joins Meet the Press NOW to discuss aid to Ukraine and a national security threat from Russia. Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley campaigns in her home state ahead of Saturday’s South Carolina primary elections. Israel threatens to invade Rafah by Ramadan if hostages are not released by Hamas. Benjy Sarlin, former Rep. Donna Edwards (D-Md.) and Sarah Matthews join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable.
Rep. Mike Turner (R-Ohio), chair of the House Intelligence Committee, exclusively joins Meet the Press from Munich after warning that Russia may be developing a space-based weapon that could target U.S. satellites. Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) talks about President Biden’s path to re-election in an exclusive interview. Patti Davis, the daughter of Ronald and Nancy Reagan, joins to talk about her father’s legacy and her own.
Former President Trump is ordered to pay $355 million in the New York civil fraud case and barred from business in New York for three years. NBC News Justice Reporter Ryan Reilly discusses the implications of the FBI informant facing charges for allegedly providing false information about President Biden and his son Hunter. Greg Bluestein, political reporter for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, reports the ongoing hearing over Fulton County D.A. Fani Willis’s undisclosed romantic relationship. Mychael Schnell, Symone Sanders-Townsend and Stephen Hayes join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable.
One person has been killed and at least 10 people have been shot near the Chiefs Super Bowl parade in Kansas City, Mo. NBC News Correspondent Jesse Kirsch reports from the ground in Kansas City on what he saw as the situation unfolded. NBC News Law Enforcement Analyst and retired ATF Special Agent in Charge Jim Cavanaugh discusses where the investigation into the shooting stands and what happens next.
President Biden calls on Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.) to bring the Senate foreign aid bill to the House floor for a vote. NBC News National Political Correspondent Steve Kornacki previews the special election in New York’s third congressional district. Rep. Dean Phillips (D-Minn.) discusses the state of his presidential campaign. Ali Vitali, Deepra Shivram, Ameshia Cross and former Rep. Rodney Davis (D-Ill.) joins the Meet the Press NOW roundtable to discuss the latest between Haley and Trump.
Allies of President Biden and former President Trump are jumping to their defense while also grappling with their candidates’ biggest vulnerabilities. Rep. Gabe Amo (D-R.I.) joins Meet the Press NOW to discuss Democrats’ strategy in 2024. President Biden and the King of Jordan deliver joint remarks as U.S. officials say a deal for a six-week ceasefire could be close. New York prepares for a special election to replace former Rep. George Santos (R-N.Y.).
Department of Homeland Security Sec. Alejandro Mayorkas exclusively joins Meet the Press to discuss the border and the GOP’s desire to impeach him. Mitch Landrieu, national co-chair of the Biden campaign, reacts to Robert Hur’s report on the president’s handling of classified documents. Fmr. Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) talks about how he plans to stop former President Trump from getting re-elected. Peter Alexander, Brendan Buck, Amna Nawaz and Jen Psaki join the Meet the Press roundtable.
Reps. Debbie Dingell (D-Mich.) and Adam Smith (D-Wash.) join to discuss special counsel Robert Hur’s report on President Biden's handling of classified materials that included negative representations of the president's mental acuity. Bill Taylor, former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, talks about the crisis in Ukraine as the country seeks funds to keep their defenses going. Symone Sanders-Townsend, Idrees Kahloon and Doug Heye analyze the White House’s forceful pushback against the special counsel report.
Special counsel Robert Hur delivers his report on President Biden's handling of classified information. NBC News Chief Political Analyst Chuck Todd joins to offer his analysis of its political impacts. The Supreme Court hears arguments on a Colorado case to remove former president Trump from the presidential ballot. The Senate advances a foreign aid bill that excludes border provisions. The Meet the Press NOW panel discusses the ramifications of all three major stories.
A U.S. military strike in Iraq killed a militia commander responsible for the attacks that killed three American service members. NBC News Chief Political Analyst Chuck Todd talks about the chaos in Congress after the Senate failed to pass a bipartisan border security bill. National Political Correspondent Steve Kornacki explains Nikki Haley’s loss in the Nevada Republican Primary. NBC News Correspondent Ali Vitali sits down with Sen. Bob Casey (D-Pa.) to discuss his consequential re-election campaign. The Supreme Court prepares to hear arguments in former president Trump’s Colorado ballot case.
The bipartisan border bill is on the verge of collapse. Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.) says he’s “uncomfortable” with the legislation in its current form. Rep. Nanette Barragan (D-Calif.), chair of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, discusses ongoing efforts to impeach Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. Rhonda Colvin, former Rep. Joe Crowley (D-N.Y.) and Brendan Buck join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable to analyze the latest NBC News poll.
House Republicans and former President Donald Trump rally against a bipartisan border deal just a day after the bill was unveiled. Daniella Diaz, Rahna Epting and Hogan Gidley join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable to analyze the latest NBC News poll. Retired Adm. James Stavridis and Bilal Saab discuss the impact of the U.S. retaliatory strikes in Iraq and Syria.
NBC News National Political Correspondent Steve Kornacki joins Meet the Press with the latest numbers from a new NBC News national poll. National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan discusses the two rounds of retaliatory strikes from the U.S. in Iraq and Syria. House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.) exclusively joins to talk about a potential border deal. Hallie Jackson, Sam Jacobs, Ramesh Ponnuru and Symone Sanders-Townsend join the Meet the Press roundtable.
The U.S. launched its first retaliatory strikes on Iranian-backed militias in Iraq and Syria, in response to a drone attack that killed three American soldiers in Jordan. Gen. Joseph Votel (Ret.), former commander of the U.S. Central Command, and John Bolton, former U.S. National Security Advisor, join with their analysis and perspective.
NBC News rolls out a new series "The Deciders" in collaboration with Engagious, Syracuse University and Sago. Retired Adm. James Stavridis discusses potential U.S. strikes on Iranian proxies in the Middle East. Congress struggles to pass bills on border security and child tax credits. A Georgia civil case over election machines heads to closing arguments.
President Biden monitors foreign policy threats in the Middle East and China. The CEOs of five major social media companies testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Gov. Jared Polis (D-Colo.) discusses immigration reform. NBC News Chief Political Analyst Chuck Todd talks about the impact of border negotiations. Rep. Ami Bera (D-Calif.) discusses Ukraine and Taiwan aid.
Comments (75)

Christine Froehlich Shippey

Elise - Sorry to disappoint, but the majority of U.S. voters do NOT agree with your comments about the 2020 election, President Biden's shortcomings or Trump's majestic term. You're just plain wrong and, along with your MAGA friends, are dangerous. If you truly love our country and Constitution, you need to reassess your reckless comments and actions.

Jan 7th
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R P

I don't know how any sane person could listen to this blowhard being interviewed & not be down to hang Mike Pence afterwards. OMG, what an interminable gaslighting bootlicker. Dude has absolutely no shame, like he's a psycho robot or some kind of alien lifeform devoid of emotion. Bless his heart, he just comes across as a real dullard.

Nov 20th
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R P

Wow, mama's boy Mike penis giving us drunk history lessons on a Sunday morning, does it get any dumber? Who TF would vote for this trump cuckolded schmuck? The deplorables who chanted hang mike pence? Nope. Poor sap really is suffering from that trump derangement syndrome. Absolutely pathetic and apparently incurable. If he doesn't care that trump tried to kill his ass, why should anyone else give AF?

Nov 20th
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CraggyPete

Pence is a bitch, he talks about freedom!?!? what about president trumps freedom to maintain power you weak loser! You could have saved this country but noooo you just want to ban abortions Wtf is wrong with you people have freedom to do what they want to there own bodies like I'm not taking the faucci fake vaxxing that puts the chip in you and keeps you wanting soy to keep the testosterone down to make us all trans or like weak women. Pence is a joke he talked about not looking to the past but that's all he did in this interview, how does banning abortion make us better for the future?These tech companies are going to take over and just milk us for our pay checks to try and keep us working and poor, they are the company store and we are selling our souls, it's not about left v right it's really a class war these rich fucks want us divided so they can milk us of money. These libtards bankers are screwing everyone we need more trump and more Republicans to fix everything it's so simple.

Nov 20th
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Steve Delgado

Terrible audio. Twice now, what gives. Come on NBC! Post production matters!

Sep 11th
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Ed Potter

Chuck Todd, you ask repeatedly about people who don't believe the election was settled fairly, and that the president is in fact the president. Why can't you ask instead how they justify their belief without a shred of fact? That is the overriding question! You tippy toe away from the fact that this is a charade! These "deniers" are expressing a tenant of faith in their nationalism. Chuck Todd, ask them why they've never been able present proof despite all that's been said about 'the steal'! Keep saying it in every conversation, because that is at least as important to keep in front of public consciousness, as Democrats opinion on what to do about these nationalists in opposition.

Sep 11th
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Ed Potter

I hope I'm not alone in this: I hear a car horn blaring, sometimes two, behind Masha Gessen! Odd.

Apr 4th
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Pete Jackson King

#BIDEN2024!!

Sep 5th
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Pete Jackson King

Of course, Comstock is WRONG!!

Sep 5th
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Pete Jackson King

Andrea, I call BULLSHIT!!

Aug 22nd
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Pete Jackson King

Cheney's are warmongers. We already knew that! I thought Chump got rid of ISIS.

Aug 22nd
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Pete Jackson King

#BIDEN2024!!

Aug 22nd
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Pete Jackson King

Afghan people should be able to save themselves by fuckin now!!!

Aug 15th
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Pete Jackson King

NO PEGGY NOONAN!! I WILL NOT SUBJECT MYSELF TO AN EPISODE WITH HER IN IT!!!

Apr 25th
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Pete Jackson King

Lost me at, "If it was reported accurately."

Apr 11th
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Pete Jackson King

Freedom. Choice. FROM REPUBLICANS?!?! You have got to be fuckin kiddin!!!

Apr 11th
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Pete Jackson King

Ya list me when you quoted Maria Butina and the Sputnik vaccine!!

Apr 4th
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Pete Jackson King

Just letting this Mississippi guy ramble on is WHY we call you a Republican tool!!

Apr 4th
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Pete Jackson King

WHY THE HELL WOULD ANYONE LISTEN TO A REPUBLICAN AT THIS POINT?!?!

Apr 4th
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Pete Jackson King

NO PEGGY NOONAN!!!!!

Mar 21st
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