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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.
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Meet the Press NOW — May 27

Former President Donald Trump faced an unfavorable crowd at the Libertarian National Convention as he prepares for closing arguments in his criminal hush-money trial. Former FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate and Staff Writer at Heatmap Jeva Lange discuss how climate change will impact future hurricanes and severe storms. NBC News Capitol Hill Correspondent Ryan Nobles sits down with the House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Michael McCaul (R-Texas) for an exclusive interview as he leads a congressional delegation to Taiwan.
5/27/202449 minutes, 46 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — May 24

The White House reacts to Israel's isolation on the global stage. NBC News' Brandy Zadrozny takes a deep dive into the controversial worldview of Nicole Shanahan, Robert F. Kennedy Jr.'s running mate. Three U.S. missionaries are killed in Haiti amid growing violence. Chris Cillizza, Symone Sanders Townsend and Bryan Lanza join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable to discuss former President Trump's potential VP pick and the 2024 race.
5/24/202448 minutes, 4 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — May 23

NBC News, in collaboration with Engagious, Syracuse University and Sago, talked to so-called “double haters” in Arizona in the latest installment of “The Deciders” focus group. The Cook Political Report’s Senior Editor Dave Wasserman reacts to the Supreme Court’s ruling on gerrymandering. Sahil Kapur, Danielle Pletka and former Rep. Donna Edwards (D-Md.) join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable.
5/23/202450 minutes, 1 second
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Meet the Press NOW — May 22

New efforts emerge to get charges dropped in former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago classified documents case amid a new conspiracy theory about an FBI assassination plot. International Committee of the Red Cross Spokesperson Hisham Mhanna talks about the dire humanitarian situation on the ground in Gaza. The election results are in for multiple states, including the California special election to fill former House Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s seat. Leigh Ann Caldwell, Ameshia Cross and Stephen Hayes join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable to discuss abortion rights.
5/22/202449 minutes, 34 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW - May 21

The defense rests in former President Donald Trump's hush money trial, with closing arguments set for next week. Donald Trump deletes a social media post suggesting his victory would bring a "unified Reich." Nearly a dozen Trump allies plead not guilty to charges alleging their involvement in a plan to overturn Arizona's 2020 election results. Lawmakers in Louisiana begin debate on potentially banning abortion pills.
5/21/202450 minutes, 2 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — May 20

Michael Cohen's cross-examination wraps up in Donald Trump's criminal hush money trial. Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi was killed in a helicopter crash, sending shockwaves across the Middle East. NBC News Pentagon Correspondent Courtney Kube explains how a U.S. plan to transfer 11 detainees from Guantanamo was abruptly halted. Daniella Diaz, Chuck Rocha and Marc Short join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable.
5/20/202451 minutes, 50 seconds
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May 19 — Sen. Marco Rubio, Gov. Wes Moore and Michael Phelps

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) joins Meet the Press exclusively to discuss former President Donald Trump’s campaign. Maryland Gov. Wes Moore talks about President Joe Biden’s re-election bid — and his attempts to win over Black voters. Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps joins for a special Meet the Moment interview for Mental Health Awareness Month. Kelly O’Donnell, Symone Sanders-Townsend and Brendan Buck join the Meet the Press roundtable.
5/19/202447 minutes, 33 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — May 17

President Biden focuses his attention on courting black voters while former President Trump remains on trial in Manhattan. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan will meet with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu this weekend. A meeting of the House Oversight Committee devolves into chaos. Workers at a Mercedes-Benz plant in Alabama vote against UAW representation.
5/17/202450 minutes
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Meet the Press NOW — May 16

Donald Trump’s lawyers press Michael Cohen on his credibility in the former president’s hush-money trial. The White House blocks the release of audio recordings from President Joe Biden’s deposition with Special Counsel Robert Hur. NBC News Pentagon Correspondent Courtney Kube explains how the U.S.-installed floating dock system could deliver critical humanitarian aid to Gaza. Rep. Gregory Meeks (D-N.Y.) discusses security concerns in Israel. Missouri House Minority Leader Crystal Quade talks about fights over abortion rights in her state.
5/16/202449 minutes, 53 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — May 15

President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump have agreed to face off against each other with debates in June and September. NBC News Justice and Intelligence Correspondent Ken Dilanian discusses the opening statements in Sen. Bob Menendez’s (D-N.J.) bribery trial. Eugene Daniels, Meghan Hays and Bradd Todd join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. Capitol Hill Correspondent Ryan Nobles explains what Congress heard from federal officials investigating the March cargo ship collision into the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore. 
5/15/202449 minutes, 58 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — May 14

Defense attorneys begin their cross-examination of Michael Cohen in Donald Trump’s hush-money trial. NBC News Congressional Correspondent Julie Tsirkin explains what’s at stake in Maryland’s Democratic Senate primary contest. The Nevada Independent CEO and editor Jon Ralston discusses the state of 2024 race in that battle ground state. Akayla Gardner, Faiz Shakir and Stephen Hayes join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable.
5/14/202449 minutes, 33 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — May 13

Michael Cohen takes the stand for the first time today in former President Donald Trump’s hush-money trial. Tia Mitchell, former Rep. Joe Crowley (D-N.Y.) and Sarah Chamberlain join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Bill Taylor discusses the shake-up inside Russian President Vladimir Putin’s cabinet. NBC News Justice and Intelligence Correspondent Ken Dilanian explains what to expect as Sen. Bob Menendez’s (D-N.J.) corruption trial begins.
5/13/202449 minutes, 48 seconds
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May 12 — Sec. Blinken, Sens. Bernie Sanders and Lindsey Graham

Secretary of State Antony Blinken joins Meet the Press to discuss his department’s report on Gaza — and whether Israel is violating international law. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) reacts to the White House’s pressure on Israel and talks about his re-election bid. Sen. Lindsey Graham talks to Kristen Welker about his “red lines” on Israel. NBC News White House Correspondent Monica Alba joins the roundtable to share her latest reporting on the Biden campaign.
5/12/202447 minutes, 30 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — May 10

Former State Department official Josh Paul reacts to President Biden’s decision to pause some weapons shipments to Israel. Richard Engel joins with the latest reporting on the ground in Jerusalem. Yasmin Vossoughian and Carol Lam break down another week in the Trump hush-money trial, with Michael Cohen set to testify next week. Carol Tobias, president of the National Right to Life Committee, talks about the state of the anti-abortion movement and former President Trump’s stance on abortion.
5/10/202449 minutes, 55 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — May 9

President Biden threatens to withhold certain U.S. weapons to Israel if the IDF launches a full-scale assault of Rafah. Rep. Nanette Barragán (D-Calif.) discusses the Biden administration's latest plans on the border. Stormy Daniels continues her testimony in former President Trump's hush money trial. NBC News Miami's new documentary explores how Florida’s powerful sugar industry influences local and federal politics.
5/9/202449 minutes, 30 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — May 8

The Biden administration’s diplomatic efforts to influence Israel’s strategy in its war against Hamas nears an inflection point. Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.) explains why he thinks the White House’s decision to halt weapon shipments to Israel over concerns they would be used in southern Gaza is a "positive development." Judge Aileen Cannon has postponed former President Trump’s classified documents trial indefinitely. Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff discusses how men can help advocate for abortion rights during a critical election year.
5/8/202449 minutes, 51 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — May 7

Adult film actress Stormy Daniels took the stand in former President Trump’s New York hush money trial. Israel takes control over the Gaza side of the Rafah border crossing as cease-fire negotiators resume talks in Cairo. Benjy Sarlin, Ameshia Cross and Brendan Buck join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. NBC News Reporter Matt Bodner discusses Russian President Vladimir Putin’s historic fifth inauguration.
5/7/202449 minutes, 36 seconds
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May 5 — Sens. Tim Scott and Mark Kelly, plus Cindy McCain

Six months out from the election, Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) — a potential vice presidential pick — exclusively joins Meet the Press. Sen. Mark Kelly (D-Ariz.) talks about the protests on college campuses across the U.S. WFP Executive Director Cindy McCain joins for a Meet the Moment interview to discuss the "full-blown famine" in northern Gaza. Vaughn Hillyard, Maria Teresa Kumar and Sara Fagen join the Meet the Press roundtable.
5/5/202447 minutes, 34 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — May 3

Talks continue over a deal to free hostages held by Hamas in Gaza. Executive Director of the World Food Programme Cindy McCain sits down with Kristen Welker and warns of a “full-blown famine” in Northern Gaza. Hope Hicks testifies at former President Trump’s hush money trial. The Justice Department indictments for Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-Texas) and his wife for bribery. Rhonda Colvin, former Rep. Joe Crowley (D-N.Y.) and Lance Trover join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable.
5/3/202449 minutes, 42 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – May 2

In the latest installment of NBC News' Deciders Focus Group series made in collaboration with Engagious, Syracuse University and Sago, young voters in Wisconsin discuss how the Israel-Hamas war and abortion will impact their votes in November. Aaron David Miller, former State Department analyst, says there is “no real urgency” from the Israeli government or Hamas in reaching a cease-fire deal. Former President Donald Trump’s hush money trial continues as Stormy Daniels’ former attorney Keith Davidson takes the stand.
5/2/202449 minutes, 57 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – May 1

Arizona’s state legislature votes to repeal an 1864 abortion ban. More than 100 protesters are arrested at Columbia University as pro-Palestinian protests on college campuses grow. Former President Donald Trump returns to the campaign trail during a break in his hush money trial. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.) says Florida women are in “agony” as the state’s six-week abortion ban goes into effect.
5/1/202452 minutes, 58 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — April 30

Student protesters at Columbia University occupy a building on campus as tensions surrounding ongoing demonstrations escalate. A New York judge finds former President Trump violated his gag order nine times. Abortion clinics in Florida are rushing to provide services as the state’s six-week ban is set to take effect. Betsy Woodruff Swan, Marc Short and Faiz Shakir join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable.
4/30/202449 minutes, 55 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — April 29

Urgent efforts are underway to secure a cease-fire agreement in Gaza. Pro-Palestinian protesters at Columbia University are defying a deadline to clear their encampment. Eugene Scott, Meghan Hays and Doug Heye join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. Independent candidate for Nebraska’s Senate seat Dan Osborn discusses his efforts to consolidate the anti-Republican vote.
4/29/202449 minutes, 48 seconds
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April 28 — Sens. Mitch McConnell and Tim Kaine, plus Ruby Bridges

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) joins Meet the Press to talk about Ukraine, abortion, Donald Trump and the future of the Republican Party. Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) — author of “Walk Ride Paddle: A Life Outside” — exclusively joins to discuss his new book. Activist Ruby Bridges reflects on book bannings, as her own work faces censorship in some schools.
4/28/202447 minutes, 33 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — April 26

A New York jury heard testimony from a third witness in former President Trump’s criminal hush money trial. Protests continue at college campuses across the country over the Israel-Hamas war. President Biden sat down with radio host Howard Stern in a live interview. Daniella Diaz, Symone Sanders-Townsend and Garrett Ventry join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. Gov. Bill Lee (R-Tenn.) is expected to sign a measure to allow teachers to carry guns in schools.
4/26/202449 minutes, 25 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — April 25

The Supreme Court heard arguments in the Trump presidential immunity case as the former president appeared in a Manhattan courtroom for his hush money trial. An Arizona grand jury charged Trump allies in an election interference case. Molly Ball, Navin Nayak and Brendan Buck join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) discusses the Trump immunity case and the Ukraine aid package.
4/25/202454 minutes, 54 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — April 24

Pro-Palestinian protests continue to take place across universities nationwide. Arizona Statehouse lawmakers pass a bill that would repeal the near total ban on abortion upheld by the state’s Supreme Court. President Biden signs a 95 billion dollar foreign aid package. Akayla Gardner, Doug Jones and Charlie Dent join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable.
4/24/202449 minutes, 44 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — April 23

Judge Merchan holds a hearing on whether former President Trump violated a gag order by attacking witnesses and jurors. President Biden heads to Florida, where a six-week ban on abortion is set to take effect in just over a week. The U.S. is expected to impose sanctions on an ultra-orthodox unit of Israel’s military. Rhonda Colvin, Maria Teresa Kumar and Hogan Gidley join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. Voters head to the polls to cast their ballot in the Pennsylvania primaries
4/23/202449 minutes, 33 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — April 22

The prosecution and defense deliver opening statements in former President Donald Trump’s New York hush money trial. Ambassador Bill Taylor joins Meet the Press NOW to discuss the state of Ukraine’s war with Russia. Nicholas Wu, Kimberly Atkins Stohr and Matt Gorman join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. The U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments on how far cities can go in policing homelessness.
4/22/202449 minutes, 49 seconds
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April 21 — Ukrainian President Zelenskyy, Steve Kornacki and Doris Kearns Goodwin

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy joins Meet the Press exclusively to discuss the House passing aid to Ukraine and the country’s ongoing war with Russia. Steve Kornacki breaks down the results of the latest NBC News poll. Presidential historian and author of “An Unfinished Love Story” Doris Kearns Goodwin reflects on the resilience of America even in turbulent times.
4/21/202447 minutes, 25 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — April 19

Israel launches a limited retaliatory strike inside Iran. Rep. Mike Lawler (R-N.Y.) joins Meet the Press NOW after the House clears another procedural hurdle to advance a foreign aid bill. Symone Sanders-Townsend and Lance Trover join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable.
4/19/202452 minutes, 54 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — April 18

The 12-person jury has been set for former president Donald Trump's hush money in New York. Multiple members of the Kennedy family endorse President Biden at a campaign stop in Philadelphia. Rep. Don Bacon (R-Neb.) discusses division within the Republican party as Speaker Johnson's tries to pass foreign aid legislation. Retired four-star general Jospeh Votel analyzes Israel's options following Iran's drone attack.
4/18/202451 minutes, 50 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — April 17

The Senate votes to dismiss the articles of impeachment against Sec. Mayorkas. Republican lawmakers in Arizona block another attempt to repeal a near-total abortion ban. Rep. Wiley Nickel (D-N.C.) discusses Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.) attempts to pass foreign aid bills through an unruly House as his speakership hangs in the balance. Western countries urge Israel to exercise restraint in its response to Iran's weekend strikes.
4/17/202453 minutes
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Meet the Press NOW — April 16

President Biden hits the campaign trail while former President Trump is in the courtroom for his hush money trial. Sen. John Fetterman (D-Pa.) joins to discuss the president's trip and Middle East policy. Speaker Johnson faces tough odds and a threat to his job over foreign aid. Ameshia Cross, Doug Heye and Jeff Mason join the Meet the Press NOW panel. Bob Kitchen, Vice President for Emergencies at the International Rescue Committee, discusses the state of humanitarian aid in Gaza.
4/16/202449 minutes, 32 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — April 15

Former President Donald Trump’s criminal hush money trial begins in New York with jury selection. The White House awaits Israel’s next move as the country’s leaders vow to retaliate against Iran for its strikes over the weekend. Bilal Saab and retired Admiral James Stavridis join Meet the Press NOW to analyze concerns of a wider war following Iran’s strikes. Cornell Belcher, Stephen Hayes and Julia Manchester join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable.
4/15/202453 minutes, 1 second
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April 14 — John Kirby, Rep. Mike Turner and Gov. Gretchen Whitmer

National Security Council Spokesman John Kirby joins Meet the Press to discuss Iran’s retaliatory attack on Israel. House Intelligence Chair Rep. Mike Turner (R-Ohio) reacts to the attack. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D-Mich.) — a national co-chair for President Biden’s re-election campaign — talks about the role of abortion access in the 2024 race.
4/14/202447 minutes, 35 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — April 12

Vice President Harris arrives in Arizona to discuss abortion and campaign on behalf of the president. Former Manhattan Assistant District Attorney Catherine Christian previews former President Trump's upcoming hush money trial. President Biden issues a new warning to Iran against a retaliatory strike on Israel. Former President Trump and Speaker Mike Johnson prepare to give remarks on election integrity; NBC News Senior Reporter Jane Timm provides a fact-check. Amy Walter, Symone Sanders-Townsend and Marc Short join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable.
4/12/202449 minutes, 42 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — April 11

Abortion rights, immigration and election integrity converge as Arizona becomes a critical 2024 battleground state. Rep. Gregory Meeks (D-N.Y.) discusses the multiple foreign policy challenges facing the Biden administration. Dasha Burns, Navin Nayak and Brad Todd join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable to talk about the relationship between Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.) and former President Trump.
4/11/202452 minutes, 53 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — April 10

Republicans, including former President Donald Trump, distance themselves from the Arizona Supreme Court's decision to reinstate a Civil War-era abortion ban. President Biden criticizes Prime Minister Netanyahu's handling of the Israel-Hamas war while reiterating calls for a cease-fire in Gaza. Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.) meets with Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) as she threatens to oust him over Ukraine funding. Florida doctors brace for the state's 6-week abortion ban set to take effect next month.
4/10/202449 minutes, 45 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — April 9

The Arizona state Supreme Court ruled that a Civil War era abortion ban is now enforceable. Rep. Mark Pocan (D-Wis.) calls on President Biden to put conditions on aid to Israel. NBC News Senior Reporter Jane Timm reports on the high turnover rates among election workers ahead of the 2024 election. Eugene Scott, Meghan Hays and former Rep. Carlos Curbelo (R-Fla.) join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable
4/9/202449 minutes, 37 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — April 8

Retired Lt. General Ben Hodges discusses potential consequences of an invasion into Rafah by Israeli forces. Rep. Adriano Espaillat (D-N.Y.) describes the state of a potential Ukraine aid bill and the potential ouster of Speaker Mike Johnson. Benjy Sarlin, former Rep. Donna Edwards (D-Md.) and Matt Gorman join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable to discuss President Biden's student loan forgiveness plan.
4/8/202449 minutes, 47 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — April 5

President Biden visits Baltimore to tour the wreckage of the Francis Scott Key Bridge. Scott Paul, associate director for peace and security at Oxfam, talks about aid in Gaza following the attack on World Central Kitchen workers. Tamara Keith, Symone Sanders-Townsend and Jim Dornan join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable to discuss the state of the 2024. NBC News Legal Analyst Danny Cevallos explains the latest legal developments with former President Trump.
4/5/202449 minutes, 55 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — April 4

Former Mideast Envoy Dennis Ross discusses the growing tensions between President Biden and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu after they talked on the phone. The centrist group No Labels announces it will not field a presidential candidate. NBC News talks to Michigan union families in an installment of "The Deciders" focus group series, in collaboration with Engagious, Syracuse University and Sago. Rescue efforts continue in Taiwan after a deadly earthquake. Nebraska legislators block a Trump-backed effort to change the state's electoral vote system.
4/4/202450 minutes, 57 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – April 3

NBC News Chief Political Analyst Chuck Todd discusses the voters who could decide the 2024 election. NBC News National Political Correspondent Steve Kornacki lays out the race to 270 and how a potential change in Nebraska law could impact the election. NBC News Homeland Security Correspondent Julia Ainsley explains how Texas did an “about-face” during an appeals court hearing on the State’s controversial immigration law. Rep. Haley Stevens (D-Mich.) gives her take on what Michigan voters are looking for ahead of the 2024 election and what President Biden can do to win back “uncommitted” voters.
4/3/202449 minutes, 54 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — April 2

Former President Trump ramps up his rhetoric on the campaign trail, blaming the “bloodbath” at the border on President Biden. An Israeli strike kills seven aid workers with the World Central Kitchen. Ali Vitali, Cornell Belcher and Lance Trover join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. Rep. Mike Lawler (R-N.Y.) discusses the latest on U.S. aid to Ukraine and reacts to the Florida Supreme Court ruling that paves the way for a 6-week abortion ban to take effect in that state.
4/2/202449 minutes, 41 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — April 1

Top U.S. and Israeli officials held virtual meetings to try to find alternatives to military operations in Rafah. Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.) reacts to the Florida Supreme Court’s decision to clear the way for a six-week abortion ban and put abortion on the ballot in November. Betsy Woodruff Swan, Svante Myrick and Rick Tyler join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable.
4/1/202450 minutes, 51 seconds
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March 31 — Rep. Clyburn, Rep. Bacon and Savannah Guthrie

Rep. James Clyburn (D-S.C.) — co-chair of Joe Biden’s campaign — discusses the president’s re-election bid during an exclusive interview. Rep. Don Bacon (R-Neb.) talks about aid for Ukraine and House Republicans’ impeachment inquiry into Biden. Plus, TODAY Co-Anchor Savannah Guthrie discusses her new book, “Mostly What God Does: Reflections on Seeking and Finding His Love Everywhere.” Former DHS Sec. Jeh Johnson, Ramesh Ponnuru and Katie Rogers join the Meet the Press roundtable.
3/31/202447 minutes, 24 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — March 29

President Biden’s fundraiser with former Presidents Obama and Clinton raises $26 million but gets interrupted by pro-Palestinian protestors. NBC News sits down with the parents of detained journalist Evan Gershkovich on the anniversary of his arrest in Russia. Dave Wasserman breaks down the illegal congressional map that South Carolina is set to use in November. Kristen Welker hosts a fireside chat with Govs. Maura Healey (D-Mass.) and Chris Sununu (R-N.H.).
3/29/202449 minutes, 46 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — March 28

President Biden hosts a star-studded campaign event with former presidents Clinton and Obama. Gov. Tim Walz (D-Minn) discusses President Biden's reelection bid and fundraising efforts. The National Transportation Safety Board investigators release new details about the Francis Scott Key bridge collapse as the Baltimore Orioles observes a moment of silence on Opening Day. House Republicans plan the next steps for impeachment inquiries into Homeland Secretary Mayorkas and President Biden. Sam Bankman-Fried is sentenced to 25 years in prison. The White House announces it is working to reschedule an Israeli delegation's visit to Washington to discuss Israel's planned ground invasion into Rafah.
3/28/202449 minutes, 45 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — March 27

A recovery mission and investigation are underway in Baltimore after the Francis Scott Key Bridge partially collapsed yesterday. NBC News Correspondent Garrett Haake spoke with newly-appointed RNC co-chair Lara Trump about the 2020 election results, abortion, and who is paying for her father-in-law former President Donald Trump's legal bills. President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris campaign in battleground North Carolina. Rep. Jim McGovern (D-Mass.) discusses a foreign aid bill stalled in the House. Hunter Biden seeks to have his tax-related charges tossed out of federal court.
3/27/202449 minutes, 45 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — March 26

Authorities are investigating the circumstances around the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore, Maryland. The Supreme Court hears oral arguments in a case related to the abortion pill mifepristone. Independent presidential candidate RFK Jr. announces Nicole Shanahan as his running mate. Nicholas Wu, Meghan Hays and Hogan Gidley join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable.
3/26/202452 minutes, 40 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — March 25

Former President Donald Trump’s first criminal trial date is set for mid-April, while an appeals court reduced his nearly half-a-billion dollar bond to $175 million. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu cancels a delegation trip to Washington, D.C. after the U.S. abstained from a United Nations resolution vote calling for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza. Rep. Mike Quigley (D-Ill.) joins Meet the Press NOW to discuss House Speaker Mike Johnson, aid to Ukraine and the latest in the Israel-Hamas war. Cornell Belcher, Julia Manchester and Marc Lotter join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable.
3/25/202449 minutes, 51 seconds
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March 24 — Ronna McDaniel and fmr. Justice Stephen Breyer

Former Republican National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel exclusively joins Meet the Press to discuss her time leading the RNC. Former Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer reflects on the state of U.S. democracy and the decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Stephen Hayes, Kimberly Atkins Stohr and Chuck Todd join the Meet the Press roundtable.
3/24/202447 minutes, 30 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — March 22

Several gunmen opened fire at a concert hall in Russia, reportedly killing at least 40 people. The Senate is expected to vote on a $1.2 trillion spending package hours before the deadline to avoid a partial government shutdown. Sen. Chris Coons (D-Del.) joins to discuss the U.N.'s rejection of the U.S. resolution calling for a cease-fire in Gaza. Catherine, Princess of Wales, announces that she has been diagnosed with cancer and is undergoing chemotherapy treatment.
3/22/202453 minutes, 11 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — March 21

Former President Trump faces financial troubles as his legal bills mount. Attorney General Merrick Garland defends his handling of Special Counsel Robert Hur's report. Rep. Kelly Armstrong (R-N.D.) discusses the impeachment inquiry into President Biden. Secretary Blinken visits the Middle East as cease-fire negotiations continue. NBC News Correspondent Dasha Burns reports on Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) being considered for Trump's VP pick. Former Homeland Security official Miles Taylor explains the potential impacts of deepfakes in the presidential election.
3/21/202450 minutes, 43 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — March 20

House Republicans press on with their impeachment inquiry into President Biden despite mounting legal and political setbacks. NBC News Chief Political Analyst Chuck Todd dissects the Ohio’s GOP Senate primary results and how the Trump-backed candidate’s win may reflect the strength of the former president’s influence on the Republican party. Rep. Anna Paulina Luna (R-Fla.) talks about her IVF bill and says she may try to force a vote on the bill, if Speaker Mike Johnson doesn’t bring it to the floor. NBC News Correspondent Garrett Haake highlights the largely unknown Trump adviser Susie Wiles, a longtime Florida political operative, and how she will play a key role in the former president's 2024 campaign.
3/20/202449 minutes, 51 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — March 19

The Supreme Court gives Texas a temporary green light to enforce a controversial immigration law gives local police the authority to arrest and deport migrants. Voters head to the polls in five states, including in Ohio where a key Republican Senate primary contest is taking place. NBC News campaign embed Alex Tabet explains why Marianne Williamson is getting support from activists in Arizona who are calling for a cease-fire in Gaza. Lisa Desjardins, Eugene Robinson and Matt Gorman join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable.
3/19/202449 minutes, 28 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — March 18

Former President Trump stirs up controversy after making inflammatory remarks at a campaign event over the weekend. Garrett Haake, Daniella Diaz, Doug Thornell and Brendan Buck join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. NBC News Global Security reporter Dan De Luce explains new warning by experts about deepfakes ahead of the 2024 election. NBC News campaign embed Alex Tabet reports on Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s association with the anti-vaccination movement.
3/18/202449 minutes, 54 seconds
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March 17 — José Andrés and Sens. Ben Cardin and Bill Cassidy

Sen. Ben Cardin (D-Md.) exclusively joins Meet the Press to discuss his party’s position on Israel after Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) called Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu an obstacle to peace. During an exclusive interview, Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) reacts to former President Trump saying there would be a “bloodbath” if he’s not re-elected in November. Chef José Andrés talks about his efforts to bring aid to Gaza during a Meet the Moment interview. 
3/17/202447 minutes, 29 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — March 15

The Georgia special prosecutor in the criminal election interference case against former President Trump announces his resignation. Former Vice President Mike Pence says he will not endorse Trump’s re-election bid. Tom Perez, senior advisor to President Biden, talks about the White House’s response to the humanitarian crisis in Gaza. Richard Engel reports from Jerusalem and Keir Simmons reports from Moscow.
3/15/202449 minutes, 49 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – March 14

Former President Donald Trump returns to the courtroom as a Florida judge considers dismissing the charges against him for mishandling classified documents. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) offers his most scathing criticisms of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government to date, calling for a “new election." NBC News Chief Political analyst Chuck Todd and Washington correspondent Yamiche Alcindor discuss President Biden’s campaign strategy amid criticism for his handling of the Israel-Hamas war. Violence and turmoil continue to engulf Haiti as the country descends further into chaos amid a growing power vacuum in the Caribbean nation.
3/14/202449 minutes, 43 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – March 13

The House passes a bill that could ban TikTok. Rep. Jake Auchincloss (D-Mass.) joins to discuss the future of the bill as it heads to the Senate. Former Fulton County Assistant District Attorney Darryl Cohen explains a Georgia judge’s decision to dismiss three counts against former President Donald Trump in the election interference case. NBC News Correspondents Shaq Brewster, Steve Patterson and Blayne Alexander join as part of NBC's "The Deciders" election series from battleground states Wisconsin, Nevada and Georgia to highlight key voting groups that will be influential in the upcoming 2024 presidential election.
3/13/202452 minutes, 38 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — March 12

Former special counsel Robert Hur testifies on Capitol Hill about his report on President Joe Biden’s handling of classified documents. Rep. Mary Gay Scanlon (D-Pa.) joins Meet the Press NOW to discuss that testimony. Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-Ill.) defends his legislation that would force Chinese company ByteDance to divest from TikTok or face a ban. Mychael Schnell, Maria Teresa Kumar and Stephen Hayes join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable.
3/12/202450 minutes, 15 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — March 11

A rift grows between President Joe Biden and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as Israel vows to press on with a ground invasion despite Biden’s warning. Rep. Jennifer McClellan (D-Va.) joins Meet the Press NOW to discuss Ukraine aid, TikTok and Biden’s 2024 campaign. Leigh Ann Caldwell, Faiz Shakir and Marc Short join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. Dr. Paul Offit joins Meet the Press NOW to look back at the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic four years ago.
3/11/202449 minutes, 45 seconds
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March 10 — Sens. Raphael Warnock and Lindsey Graham; Rep. Adam Schiff

Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-Ga.) joins Meet the Press to discuss Joe Biden’s re-election campaign as the president prepares to take on former President Donald Trump again. Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) shares his perspective on Biden's handling of the Israel-Hamas war. Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) talks about his Senate campaign. Eugene Daniels, Sara Fagen, Kelly O’Donnell and Marc Morial join the Meet the Press roundtable.  
3/10/202447 minutes, 28 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — March 8

Kristen Welker recaps President Biden's State of the Union address. Former Gov. Pat McCrory (R-N.C.) joins to discuss the third-party presidential run from the group "No Labels." Israel's former Prime Minister Naftali Bennett reacts to President Biden's comments about the war in Gaza. Jeff Mason, Symone Sanders-Townsend and Matt Gorman join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable to discuss the state of the general election race.
3/8/202449 minutes, 35 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — March 7

Kristen Welker previews the stakes ahead of President Biden's State of the Union address. A U.S. army sergeant is charged with transmitting sensitive military information to a co-conspirator in China. Sen. Tina Smith (D-Minn.) discusses Democrats' efforts to win 2024 Senate races. White House Communications Director Ben LaBolt talks about the messages the president will look to convey during his address.
3/7/202450 minutes, 30 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — March 6

Nikki Haley suspends her presidential campaign but stops short of endorsing former President Donald Trump. NBC News Senior Political Editor Mark Murray explains what down-ballot races in states like North Carolina could mean for the 2024 presidential race. Chair of the White House Council of Economic Advisers Jared Bernstein discusses President Biden plan to highlight his accomplishments during his State of the Union address. A Houthi missile strike kills at least 2 people aboard a commercial ship in the Red Sea.
3/6/202449 minutes, 47 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — March 5

Americans across the country are casting their primary votes this Super Tuesday. Rep. Ami Bera (D-Calif.) discusses what’s at stake in the November election. NBC News Chief Political Analyst Chuck Todd explains which races he’s watching on Super Tuesday.
3/5/202450 minutes, 46 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — March 4

The Supreme Court rules that states cannot bar former President Donald Trump from being on election ballots as several states across the country gear up for Super Tuesday. Peter Baker, former Rep. Stephanie Murphy (D-Fla.) and former Gov. Scott Walker (R-Wis.) join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. NBC News campaign embed Nnamdi Egwuonwu reports how President Biden is courting HBCU students as he tries to shore up support among his base ahead of the November general election.
3/4/202449 minutes, 38 seconds
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March 3 — Nikki Haley, Rep. Debbie Dingell and Steve Kornacki

Two days before Super Tuesday, NBC News National Political Correspondent Steve Kornacki previews what to watch. Former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley exclusively sits down with Kristen Welker to discuss how she plans to stay in the race. Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-Mich.) responds to the thousands of voters in Michigan who voted “uncommitted” in the state’s Democratic primary to protest President Joe Biden.
3/3/202447 minutes, 26 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — March 1

Former Gov. Nikki Haley (R-S.C.) sits down with Kristen Welker ahead of Super Tuesday. President Biden announces aid airdrops in Gaza. Ken Dilanian, Marissa Parra and Garrett Haake cover former President Trump’s legal calendar as hearings continue in Florida and Georgia.
3/1/202431 minutes, 55 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — February 29

President Biden and former president Trump separately visit the U.S. border in Texas. The Supreme Court agrees to hear Trump's presidential immunity claim, pausing his election interference case. Rep. Tom Cole (R-Okla.) discusses the U.S. border and short-term government funding legislation. African-American voters voice their thoughts on the 2024 presidential race in NBC News' series "The Deciders," in collaboration with Engagious, Syracuse University and Sago. The U.S. reiterates its support for aid to Haiti as food insecurity rises due to political violence.
2/29/202450 minutes, 47 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — February 28

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) announced he is stepping down as GOP leader in November. NBC News Chief Political Analyst Chuck Todd discusses key takeaways from the Michigan presidential primaries. Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-Va.) gives an inside look at Hunter Biden's closed-door deposition in the president's impeachment inquiry. President Biden seeks to reach a cease-fire deal between Israel and Hamas despite significant challenges. Former president Trump's grip on the Republican party grows while an RNC member introduces resolutions to curb his power.
2/28/202451 minutes, 54 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — February 27

NBC News National Political Correspondent Steve Kornacki analyzes what to watch in Tuesday’s primary in Michigan. Michigan House of Representatives Majority Leader Abraham Aiyash (D-Mich.) explains why he is voting “uncommitted” in the Democratic primary. Eugene Daniels, Eugene Robinson and Sarah Chamberlain join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable.
2/27/202436 minutes, 15 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — February 26

Former Gov. Nikki Haley (R-S.C.) looks ahead to the Michigan and Super Tuesday primaries after losing to former President Donald Trump in her home state. Rep. Jim Clyburn (D-S.C.) joins Meet the Press NOW to discuss the potential for a partial government shutdown. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D-Mich.) sits down with NBC News White House Correspondent Gabe Gutierrez ahead of her state’s primary elections. Tia Mitchell, Faiz Shakir and Brendan Buck join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable.
2/26/202449 minutes, 54 seconds
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February 25 — Jake Sullivan, Rep. Byron Donalds and Gov. Gavin Newsom

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.
2/25/202447 minutes, 29 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — February 23

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.
2/23/202449 minutes, 43 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — February 22

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.
2/22/202450 minutes, 37 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — February 21

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.
2/21/202449 minutes, 40 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — February 19

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.
2/19/202449 minutes, 59 seconds
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February 18 — Rep. Mike Turner, Sen. Amy Klobuchar and Patti Davis

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.
2/18/202447 minutes, 25 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — February 16

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.
2/16/202453 minutes, 2 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — February 14

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.
2/14/202415 minutes, 16 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — February 13

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.
2/13/202449 minutes, 30 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — February 12

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.).
2/12/202454 minutes, 46 seconds
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February 11 — Sec. Mayorkas, Biden Campaign Co-Chair Mitch Landrieu and fmr. Gov. Christie

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.
2/11/202447 minutes, 31 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — February 9

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.
2/9/202452 minutes, 58 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — February 8

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.
2/8/202452 minutes, 44 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — February 7

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.
2/7/202452 minutes, 42 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — February 6

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.
2/6/202449 minutes, 36 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — February 5

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.
2/5/202449 minutes, 57 seconds
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February 4 — Speaker Mike Johnson, NSA Jake Sullivan and Steve Kornacki

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.
2/4/202447 minutes, 31 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — February 2

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.
2/2/202459 minutes, 58 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — February 1

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.
2/1/202449 minutes, 34 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — January 31

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.
1/31/202448 minutes, 7 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — January 30

The House prepares an impeachment vote for Secretary Mayorkas as tensions mount on border talks on Capitol Hill. Retired four-star General Joseph Votel analyzes what a U.S. response to the recent drone attack in Jordan could look like. Sen. Kevin Cramer (R-N.D.) joins Meet the Press NOW to discuss border politics and the U.S. strategy in the Middle East.
1/30/202449 minutes, 37 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — January 29

The White House is weighing how to respond to a deadly drone attack in Jordan that killed 3 U.S. troops. Retired General David Petraeus discusses some of the options the Biden administration may be considering. Amy Walter, publisher and editor-in-chief of the Cook Political Report, explains how immigration may affect the upcoming special election in New York's third congressional district. Tia Mitchell, Stephen Hayes and former Rep. Andy Levin (D-Mich.) join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable to debate the state of Nikki Haley’s campaign for the White House as she vows to stay in the race through Super Tuesday.
1/29/202449 minutes, 36 seconds
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January 28 — Nikki Haley and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

NBC News exclusively reports that the Biden administration is discussing using weapons and ammunition sales to Israel as leverage to persuade the Israeli government to scale back its military assault on Gaza. Fmr. U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley explains why she’s staying in the Republican presidential race. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) discusses the president’s relationship with Israel. NBC News Washington Managing Editor Carol Lee reports on a “first-of-its-kind” fundraiser for the Biden campaign.
1/28/202447 minutes, 29 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — January 26

Former President Trump is ordered to pay $83.3 million as a verdict is reached in columnist E. Jean Carroll's defamation case against the former president. Symone Sanders-Townsend, Matt Gorman and Jeff Mason analyze the latest in Capitol Hill with the border deal imperiled by Trump. Jon Ralston gives a look ahead to Nevada’s dual GOP contests.
1/26/202455 minutes, 3 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — January 25

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) casts doubt on border negotiations. Former President Trump testifies at his defamation trial in Manhattan. President Biden touts his economic accomplishments on the campaign trail. Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-Mich.) discusses the president's economic strategy. Fmr. South Carolina Republican County Chair Katon Dawson talks about Nikki Haley's primary prospects.
1/25/202449 minutes, 32 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — January 24

Although a Trump-Biden rematch seems inevitable after the New Hampshire Republican primary, Nikki Haley says she’s in it for the long haul. NBC News Chief Political Analyst Chuck Todd dissects why former President Trump may struggle in swing states in the general election. Rep. Byron Donalds (R-Fla.) discusses the future of the presidential race. Arizona's GOP chair Jeff DeWitt resigns amidst an audio leak scandal. Former Governor and Republican presidential candidate John Kasich (R-Ohio) talks about GOP officials throwing their support behind Trump.
1/24/202449 minutes, 45 seconds
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January 23 — New Hampshire Primaries

Former President Trump is the projected winner of the Republican presidential primary in New Hampshire, defeating former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley. President Biden is projected to win through a write-in campaign among Democrats, defeating Rep. Dean Phillips (D-Minn.) and Marianne Williamson.
1/24/20242 hours, 5 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — January 23

Former President Donald Trump and former Governor Nikki Haley go head-to-head in New Hampshire as voters head to the polls. NBC News Chief Political Analyst Chuck Todd previews what to watch in Tuesday’s primary. Eric Trump lays out the Trump campaign’s expectations for tonight. Haley campaign spokesperson Olivia Perez-Cubas discusses the state of the GOP presidential primary race.
1/23/202452 minutes, 3 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — January 22

Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) drops out of the presidential race and endorses former President Donald Trump ahead of Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary. NBC News White House Correspondent Mike Memoli reports on the write-in campaign launched by Biden supporters ahead of the New Hampshire's Democratic primary. Lanhee Chen, Maria Teresa Kumar and Susan Page join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. Israel proposes a two-month pause in fighting in exchange for the remaining hostages in Gaza.
1/22/202449 minutes, 46 seconds
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January 21 — Gov. Sununu, Sen. Hassan, Steve Kornacki and Chuck Todd

New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu (R) joins a special edition of Meet the Press in Manchester, just two days before his state’s primary. Sen. Maggie Hassan (D-N.H.) exclusively joins to discuss the Democratic attempts to write in President Biden’s name on the ballot, after the DNC attempted to strip the Granite State of its first-in-the-nation status. NBC News Chief Political Analyst Chuck Todd and Senior National Political Correspondent Steve Kornacki give a preview into primary night. Dasha Burns, Lanhee Chen, Jonathan Martin and Jen Psaki join the Meet the Press roundtable.
1/21/202447 minutes, 40 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – January 19

2024 Presidential candidates hit the campaign trail ahead of the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday; New Hampshire GOP Chairman Chris Ager previews what to expect. Symone Sanders-Townsend and Garrett Ventry join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable to discuss the state of the presidential race for both Democrats and Republicans. Retired General Kenneth McKenzie explains the ongoing efforts to deter Houthi rebel attacks in the Red Sea.
1/19/202449 minutes, 59 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — January 17

Rep. Gregory Meeks (D-N.Y.) joins Meet the Press NOW right after his meeting with the White House to talk about the latest legislative negotiations around funding for Ukraine and the southern border. San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg (I) and Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt (R) talk about their work addressing the rise in antisemitism in American cities. Deputy Pentagon Press Secretary Sabrina Singh urges Congress to provide supplemental aid and ammunition to Ukraine.
1/17/202450 minutes, 4 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — January 16

Former President Donald Trump appears in court in New York after winning the Iowa caucuses Monday night. Gov. Ron DeSantis and Nikki Haley hit the campaign trail as they look to New Hampshire and South Carolina. Former Gov. Larry Hogan (R-Md.) discusses Haley’s viability. Daniella Diaz, Mo Elleithee and Jim Geraghty join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. Iowa Capital Dispatch Editor-in-Chief Kathie Obradovich explains how Trump has redefined the conservative ideology.
1/16/202449 minutes, 44 seconds
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NBC News NOW — Iowa Caucus Special

Tom Llamas and Hallie Jackson anchor an NBC News NOW Special Report, as caucusgoers in Iowa make their voices heard. Featuring analysis from Chuck Todd, Dave Wasserman, Ann Selzer, Mary Katherine Ham, Hogan Gidley, former Congressman Carlos Curbelo (R-Fla.) and David Plouffe.
1/16/20241 hour, 59 minutes, 57 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — January 15

Sub-zero temperatures could jeopardize turnout at the Iowa Caucuses on Monday. The final NBC News/Mediacom/Des Moines Register Iowa poll shows former President Trump ahead of Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) as fmr. U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley takes second place. Haley spokesperson Olivia Perez-Cubas discusses how the former ambassador plans to beat DeSantis. Trump Campaign Senior Adviser Jason Miller reacts to the campaign’s slew of last-minute endorsements.
1/15/202452 minutes, 17 seconds
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Post Game with Chuck Todd: Nikki Haley's 'unforced errors' blunt impact of Christie's exit

NBC News Chief Political Analyst Chuck Todd joins Kristen Welker live from Des Moines to preview Monday’s GOP Iowa caucuses.
1/14/202421 minutes, 8 seconds
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January 14 – Sen. Joni Ernst, Gov. Tim Walz, Steve Kornacki and Chuck Todd

Just one day before the Iowa caucuses, NBC News’ Steve Kornacki joins a special edition of Meet the Press to break down the final NBC News/Des Moines Register/Mediacom Iowa poll. Iowa Sen. Joni Ernst (R) exclusively joins Meet the Press to discuss the state of the race. Gov. Tim Walz (D-Minn.) speaks with Kristen Welker about voters’ concerns about President Biden’s age. NBC News Chief Political Analyst Chuck Todd joins to discuss what he will watch on caucus night. State Rep. Ross Wilburn (D-Iowa), Garrett Haake, Brianne Pfannenstiel and Marc Short join the Meet the Press roundtable.
1/14/202447 minutes, 35 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – January 12

With just three days until the Iowa caucuses, NBC News is on the ground previewing the action and what's at stake. Bilal Saab, senior fellow at the Middle East Institute, reacts to the U.S. and UK strikes on Houthi targets in Yemen. Sen. Dan Sullivan (R-Alaska) discusses the upcoming presidential elections in Taiwan and the state of the GOP. Marianna Sotomayor, Symone Sanders-Townsend and Brad Todd join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable to discuss the state of the 2024 race for the White House.
1/12/202452 minutes, 6 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – January 11

Hunter Biden is arraigned on federal tax charges as closing arguments wrap up in former President Donald Trump's New York civil fraud trial. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley face off 4 days out from the Iowa Republican Caucus. Akayla Gardner, Juanita Tolliver and Brandan Buck join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable.
1/11/202450 minutes, 7 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — January 10

Former Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) is set to suspend his presidential campaign. Garrett Haake, Vaughn Hillyard, Ali Vitali and Dasha Burns report from Iowa just days away from the caucus. Rep. Jim Clyburn (D-S.C.) delivers his analysis on the state of President Biden’s re-election campaign. Betsy Woodruff Swan, former Rep. Andy Levin (D-Mich.) and Ramesh Ponnuru join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable.
1/10/202452 minutes
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Meet the Press NOW — January 9

Former President Donald Trump voluntarily appears in court in Washington, D.C. just six days ahead of the Iowa caucuses. The Pentagon reveals that Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin was diagnosed with prostate cancer in December. Kimberly Atkins Stohr, Sarah Chamberlain and Dan Merica join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. Secretary of State Antony Blinken travels to Israel to meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and encourage the country to avoid harming civilians and their infrastructure in Gaza. After the Fire CEO Jennifer Gray Thompson joins Meet the Press NOW to discuss the recovery efforts in Maui five months after major fires destroyed much of the island.
1/9/202449 minutes, 58 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — January 8

With one week to the Iowa Caucus, former Gov. Nikki Haley (R-S.C) is making a major push for a second-place finish. President Biden is on the campaign trail, speaking on the threats to democracy at the Mother Emanuel Church in Charleston, South Carolina. Biden Campaign Adviser state Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta (D-Pa.) responds to ceasefire protesters at the president's speech. A United Airlines inspection found loose bolds on several Boeing 737 Max 9 aircraft after dozens of the planes were grounded. NBC News Foreign Correspondent Raf Sanchez embeds with the Israel Defense Forces inside Gaza.
1/8/202449 minutes, 56 seconds
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Post Game with Mike Memoli: Obama urges Biden to beef up his campaign

NBC News White House Correspondent Mike Memoli joins Kristen Welker in the Post Game to bring his new reporting on President Biden's sharpening 2024 messaging ahead of the State of the Union address on March 7.
1/7/202413 minutes, 13 seconds
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January 7 — Rep. Elise Stefanik, Israeli President Isaac Herzog and Quentin Fulks

In an exclusive interview, Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.) reflects on the third anniversary of the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol on the Capitol and discusses antisemitism on college campuses. Biden 2024 Principal Deputy Campaign Manager Quentin Fulks exclusively shares the latest on President Joe Biden’s re-election campaign. Israeli President Isaac Herzog addresses concerns that the Israel-Hamas war will escalate into a wider conflict abroad in an exclusive interview. Mike Memoli, Peggy Noonan and Kimberly Atkins Stohr join the Meet the Press roundtable.
1/7/202448 minutes, 29 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – January 5

President Joe Biden gives a campaign speech near historic Valley Forge, Pennsylvania ahead of the three-year anniversary of the January 6th attack on the Capitol. Michael Tyler, communications director for the Biden campaign, discusses the state of the 2024 presidential race. Presidential candidate Nikki Haley (R-S.C.) gives her closing arguments in an NBC News/Des Moines Register interview. Julia Manchester, Faiz Shakir and Garrett Ventry join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable to break it all down.
1/5/202449 minutes, 56 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — January 4, 2024

A school shotting in Iowa leaves one dead and five injured. Houthi attacks in the Red Sea and a deadly drone strike in Iraq increase concerns of a widening war in the Middle East. 2024 presidential candidates Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) and fmr. Gov. Nikki Haley (R-S.C.) struggle to beat former President Donald Trump as the Iowa caucuses near. NBC News Correspondent Ryan Reilly discusses Trump's legal battle to stay on the ballot.
1/4/202454 minutes, 41 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — January 3

Morgan Chesky joins from Eagle Pass, Texas as Speaker Mike Johnson calls attention to the surge at the Southern border. Vivek Ramaswamy offers closing arguments in an NBC News/Des Moines Register interview. Idrees Kahloon, Sara Fagen and María Teresa Kumar react to Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) downplaying the importance of Iowa in the GOP primary elections. Ali Arouzi and Dan DeLuce report the latest from Iran and Israel.
1/3/202448 minutes, 7 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — January 2

The Israeli government outlines a proposal for a post-war Gaza as U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken travels to the region. Retired Admiral James Stavridis outlines the areas where the Israel-Hamas war has the potential to expand to a wider conflict. Japan’s death toll ticks up following Monday’s earthquake. Republican presidential candidates campaign in Iowa and New Hampshire as primary election season draws closer. Doug Heye, Tia Mitchell and Symone Sanders-Townsend join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. Denver Mayor Mike Johnston joins Meet the Press NOW to discuss the record surge in migrants seeking to enter the United States.
1/2/202449 minutes, 39 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — January 1

An Iranian warship enters the Red Sea while Israel pulls thousands of troops from Gaza. Amb. Dennis Ross, former U.S. special envoy to the Middle East and an NBC News Foreign Affairs analyst, talks about the latest developments. NBC News Campaign Embed reports from Iowa, two weeks out from the caucuses. Ukrainian MP Kira Rudik talks about Russia’s assault ahead of the new year.
1/1/202449 minutes, 50 seconds
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December 31 - Sen. John Fetterman, Govs. Spencer Cox and Jared Polis

On this New Year's Eve edition of Meet the Press, moderator Kristen Welker speaks to key figures about the mental health crisis in America. Sen. John Fetterman (D-Pa.) exclusively speaks about his struggles with depression, what ultimately led him to seek treatment and how he is doing now. In an exclusive conversation, Govs. Spencer Cox (R-Utah) and Jared Polis (D-Colo.) discuss the role social media plays in the mental health crisis and their states’ respective legislative responses. Former Rep. Patrick J. Kennedy (D-R.I.), Crisis Text Line Chief Medical Officer Dr. Shairi Turner and mental health advocate Victoria Browne continue the conversation at the Meet the Press roundtable.
12/31/202347 minutes, 55 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — December 29

Maine joins Colorado in disqualifying former President Donald Trump from its 2024 ballot over his alleged violation of section three of the 14th Amendment. Jon Alter and Eliana Johnson join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. Russia launches a massive aerial bombardment targeting several cities across Ukraine in one of the largest attack since the start of the war. Newly drawn North Carolina district maps heavily favor Republicans heading into 2024 election cycle. New York City and other major cities prepare for potential protests ahead of New Year’s Eve celebrations.
12/29/202349 minutes, 45 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — December 28

Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) announced she is switching congressional districts for her 2024 run. Dave Wasserman, Senior Editor & Elections Analyst at The Cook Political Report, joins Meet the Press NOW to explain the implications of this change. NBC Campaign Embed Greg Hyatt explains Nikki Haley’s response after her civil war comments. A second American-Israeli hostage is declared dead after being held in Hamas captivity. Mayors of New York, Denver and Chicago call for federal assistance as the migrant crisis continues to develop.
12/28/202349 minutes, 57 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — December 27

Rep. Mary Peltola (D-Alaska) discusses her legislation to curb Chinese abuse of fishing rules. NBC News Correspondent Josh Lederman embeds with Israeli Defense Forces and explores a tunnel built by Hamas. UNICEF Spokesperson Joe English talks about the appointment of a humanitarian aid coordinator for Gaza. An Iowa native shows off an all-star collection of presidential campaign memorabilia.
12/27/202349 minutes, 52 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — December 26

The U.S. military conducts targeted strikes in Iraq. NBC News Correspondents Jay Gray and Aaron Gilchrist and NBC News Pentagon Correspondent Courtney Kube report on the growing concerns over potential escalation of violence in the Middle East. Chef José Andrés, Founder of World Central Kitchen, calls for an increase of humanitarian aid to Gaza. NBC News Campaign Embed Jake Traylor reports on former President Trump's reign as the Iowa Caucus approaches. President of Brady, Kris Brown, advocates for gun reform as over 18,400 Americans killed by gun violence in 2023.
12/26/202349 minutes, 54 seconds
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December 24 – Selma Blair, Tim Alberta, Allyson Felix and Masih Alinejad

On a special edition of Meet the Press, Kristen Welker introduces a new series, Meet the Moment, where she speaks to the figures outside the political sphere who are shaping the conversations that matter. Actor and advocate Selma Blair talks about her work on disability rights, following her 2018 diagnosis with multiple sclerosis. Journalist and author Tim Alberta shares his experience growing up in the evangelical church and his thoughts on the politicization of the American evangelical movement. Olympic gold medalist Allyson Felix explains how her own struggles informed her advocacy around Black maternal health in the U.S. and professional sports. In a powerful interview, Iranian journalist Masih Alinejad discusses her journey to activism, her unyielding hope for the Iranian people and her message to U.S. officials.
12/24/202348 minutes, 26 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — December 22

The Supreme Court declines Special Counsel Jack Smith’s request to make an expedited ruling in his 2020 election interference case against former President Donald Trump. NBC News Correspondents Josh Lederman and Monica Alba report the latest on the movement of humanitarian aid into Gaza and the White House’s plans to funnel more aid into the region. As apprehensions at the southern border reach new records, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner calls on Congress to take action on immigration.
12/22/202349 minutes, 50 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — December 21

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) escalates the political fight over immigration as a record-breaking number of migrants are in custody at the southern border. NBC News Correspondent Vaughn Hillyard explains the legal battles former President Trump faces following the Colorado Supreme Court’s ruling disqualifying him from the state primary ballot. Former U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency Chief of Staff Kiersten Todt discusses regulations for artificial intelligence and its potential threat to national security.
12/21/202348 minutes, 43 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — December 20

Colorado’s Supreme Court disqualifies Donald Trump from appearing on the state’s 2024 presidential primary ballot for engaging in the Jan. 6 Capitol attack. Rep. Don Bacon (R-Neb.) reacts to Colorado’s ruling against former President Trump. Rep. Nanette Barragán (D-Calif.) discusses border negotiations as apprehensions at the border hit a new record. Meet the Press Moderator Kristen Welker and Bonny Lin, director of the China Power Project at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, discuss Chinese President Xi’s warning to President Biden that he’s planning to reclaim Taiwan.
12/20/202350 minutes, 8 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — December 19

Gov. Greg Abbott (R-Texas) enacts new border laws as the Senate remains locked in negotiations on an immigration deal. Rep. Jason Crow (D-Colo.) discusses a letter to President Joe Biden from House Democrats criticizing Israel’s military strategy. Daniella Diaz, Matt Gorman and Chuck Rocha join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. Former State Department official Karen Donfried explains what could come next for Ukraine as the country’s war with Russia drags on. A new U.S. intel report accuses China of meddling in the 2022 midterm elections.
12/19/202349 minutes, 48 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — December 18

Former President Donald Trump, who maintains a mammoth lead ahead of the rest of the Republican presidential field, ramps up controversial comments about immigrants while on the campaign trail. Chris O’Leary, former director of Hostage Rescue and Recovery for the U.S. government, discusses the challenges of resuming Gaza hostage negotiations. Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-Ill.), ranking member on the House China Select Committee, talks about committee recommendations to reset economic relations with China.
12/18/202349 minutes, 47 seconds
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Post Game with Courtney Kube: Zelenskyy fails to convince lawmakers to unlock Ukraine aid

NBC News National Security and Pentagon Correspondent Courtney Kube joins Kristen Welker to talk about Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy's visit to the U.S. this week, and says he "didn't turn a lot of minds" in his attempt to get Republican lawmakers to support continued aid for his country. Plus, Courtney's rare access into the U.S. space arms race with China.
12/17/202312 minutes, 23 seconds
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December 17 – Sen. Lindsey Graham, Rep. Debbie Dingell and Steve Kornacki

With negotiations on border security underway on Capitol Hill, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) explains his push to prioritize changes to immigration policy over funding for Ukraine in a live, on set interview. From the other side of the aisle, Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-Mich.) discusses Democrats’ struggles to build enthusiasm in her state. Dingell also reacts to Republicans in the House formalizing an impeachment inquiry into President Biden and the Senate GOP’s proposals on border security. Steve Kornacki introduces a new, county-level initiative called “The Deciders” and Meet the Press moderator Kristen Welker speaks directly to Democratic voters in Michigan. Geoff Bennett, Matt Gorman, Courtney Kube and Jen Psaki unpack it all at the roundtable.
12/17/202347 minutes, 25 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – December 15

Israel’s military says it mistakenly killed three Israeli hostages during fighting in Gaza. National Security Council Coordinator for Strategic Communications John Kirby reacts to the latest developments from the Israel-Hamas war. Rudy Giuliani is ordered to pay more than $148 million in damages for defaming two Georgia election workers. Dan Merica, Ameshia Cross and Stephen Hayes join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. David Miliband, president, and CEO of the International Rescue Committee, discusses the organization’s annual emergency watch list report.
12/15/202357 minutes, 10 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — December 14, 2023

Democratic presidential candidate Rep. Dean Phillips (D-Minn.) says the idea that President Biden would beat Donald Trump in 2024 is a “delusion” and “a threat to democracy.” Olivia Beavers, Navin Nayak and fmr. White House Deputy Press Secretary Pete Seat join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable to discuss recent polling for the 2024 presidential race ahead of the Iowa caucuses. Jury deliberations begin in Rudy Giuliani’s defamation trial over the former mayor’s conflict with two election workers during the 2020 election.
12/14/202349 minutes, 43 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — December 13

Rep. Dan Goldman (D-N.Y.), who served as lead counsel during the first impeachment trial of former President Trump, discusses the House Republicans’ plan to launch an impeachment inquiry on President Biden. Chuck Todd, Susan Page, Mo Elleithee and former Rep. Rodney Davis (R-Ill.) detail how it would affect our political system. Rabbi David Wolpe discusses antisemitism on school campuses.
12/13/202351 minutes
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Meet the Press NOW — December 12

President Joe Biden holds a press conference with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy following bilateral talks. Former Rep. Carlos Curbelo (R-Fla.), former Rep. Stephanie Murphy (D-Fla.) and Betsy Woodruff Swan join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. Israel pumps seawater into Hamas tunnels as the war enters its second month, according to a U.S. official. Special Counsel Jack Smith plans to use phone data in former President Donald Trump’s election interference trial. Texas Supreme Court rules against the woman who was seeking a medical exception to the state’s abortion ban.
12/12/202349 minutes, 59 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — December 11

President Biden is facing a stalemate on his biggest foreign policy priority, more wartime aid for Israel and Ukraine. Former Prime Minister of Israel Naftali Bennett discusses the war between Israel and Hamas. Special Counsel Jack Smith appeals to the Supreme Court on the issue of presidential immunity. A new NBC News/Des Moines Register/Mediacom poll out of Iowa shows just how dominant former President Trump is. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D-Mich.) repealed a state law that required women to buy a separate rider on their health insurance to cover abortions. The fight over abortion access in Texas is playing out in the case of one woman’s struggle to end her high-risk pregnancy.
12/11/202349 minutes, 46 seconds
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Post Game with Jonathan Martin: Where is the anti-Trump GOP?

Jonathan Martin, senior political columnist and politics bureau chief for Politico, joins Kristen Welker to talk about how anti-Trump Republicans are "resigned to his inevitability, depressed about it, and not doing a damn thing to change it."
12/10/202311 minutes, 1 second
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December 10 — Sens. Mitt Romney and Chris Murphy

In an exclusive interview, Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) joins Meet the Press to discuss his stance on abortion following the Texas Supreme Court’s decision to block a woman from getting an emergency abortion and his thoughts on the 2024 race. Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) exclusively shares the status of congressional aid to Israel and Ukraine and weighs in on Hunter Biden’s latest indictment. Cornell Belcher, Lanhee Chen, Jonathan Martin and Kelly O’Donnell join the Meet the Press roundtable. 
12/10/202347 minutes, 29 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – December 8

Hunter Biden was indicted for a second time, this time on nine tax-related charges, including three felony counts. Monica Alba, Symone Sanders-Townsend and Matthew Continetti join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable to discuss the potential political implications of the Hunter Biden indictment, as well as former President Trump’s continued legal woes. NBC News campaign embed Jake Traylor reports how Trump’s “fandom” is fueling his 2024 campaign.
12/8/202349 minutes, 58 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — December 7, 2023

Nikki Haley, Ron DeSantis, Chris Christie and Vivek Ramaswamy spar during the fourth GOP primary debate. Noah Rothman and former Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable to debrief the debate and discuss the 2024 election. Deputy Prime Minister of Jordan Ayman Safadi says Israel’s ground offensive in Gaza is “not self-defense” and is “violating international law.” In Texas, a woman is granted an emergency abortion despite the state having some of the strictest laws in country. In Minnesota, the state’s capital will have an all-female city council under the age of 40. Michal Cotler-Wunsh, Israel’s special envoy for combating antisemitism, discusses rising antisemitism as the first night of Hannukah begins.
12/7/202351 minutes, 9 seconds
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Fourth Republican Debate: Meet the Press Special

After the fourth GOP presidential debate in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Kristen Welker speaks with Nikki Haley Campaign Spokesperson Olivia Perez-Cubas, Gov. Ron DeSantis Campaign Manager James Uthmeier and Vivek Ramaswamy Senior Adviser Tricia McLaughlin. NBC News Chief Political Analyst Chuck Todd and Correspondent Garrett Haake provide analysis of the night’s events. NBC News’ Priscilla Thompson and Nnamdi Egwuonwu speak with voters in Iowa and Georgia. Amy Walter, Matt Gorman and Hugh Hewitt join the roundtable.
12/7/202353 minutes
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Meet the Press NOW — Dec. 6

Emilie Ikeda reports on the latest known developments of the shooting at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Rep. Jared Moskowitz (D-Fla.) talks about the stalled funding negotiations on immigration in Congress. Chuck Todd, Ali Vitali and Mike Memoli preview the latest on 2024 with a GOP debate on Wednesday night and former President Trump saying he would act as a dictator on “day one.”
12/6/202347 minutes, 57 seconds
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Meet the Press  NOW — December 5

The Israeli military says it had its “most intense day” of fighting yet as Israel pushes deeper into southern Gaza. Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) joins Meet the Press NOW as Congress remains divided on foreign aid and border funding. House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-Ky.) discusses House Republicans’ upcoming vote to formally authorize their impeachment inquiry into President Biden.
12/5/202350 minutes
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Meet the Press NOW — December 4

The USS Carney shoots down three drones launched by Houthis, but it remains unclear whether the ship was targeted. Retired Lieutenant General Steph Twitty provides analysis on the Houthi attacks. Jerusalem Post Editor-in-Chief Avi Mayer discusses the internal turmoil Israel faces as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu faces a corruption trial. The White House warns that funding for Ukraine aid could run out by the end of the year as Congressional Republicans seek to tie Ukraine funding to border policies. Eugene Daniels, former Rep. Donna Edwards (D-Md.) and Danielle Pletka join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable.
12/4/202349 minutes, 57 seconds
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Post Game with Tim Alberta: How Trump courted his harshest evangelical critics

Tim Alberta, author of "The Kingdom, the Power, and the Glory: American Evangelicals in an Age of Extremism," joins Kristen Welker to detail how former President Trump developed a cult-like following within the evangelical community — and whether Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) could drop out of the presidential race before Iowa.
12/3/202318 minutes, 52 seconds
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December 3 — NSC Coordinator for Strategic Communications John Kirby, Gov. Ron DeSantis and Allyson Felix

National Security Council Coordinator for Strategic Communications John Kirby provides the latest updates on the Israel-Hamas war. Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.), a 2024 presidential candidate, exclusively discusses his campaign as the Iowa caucuses approach. Seven-time Olympic gold medalist Allyson Felix talks about the Black maternal health crisis in the U.S. Tim Alberta, Stephen Hayes and Kimberly Atkins Stohr join the Meet the Press roundtable. 
12/3/202347 minutes, 30 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – December 1

Israel says it has resumed military operations inside Gaza after the 7-day truce expired. Council on Foreign Relations President Emeritus Richard Haass discusses the latest developments in the war. New York Times staff writer Ronen Bergman and former CIA Director John Brennan breaks down reports about the intelligence failures leading up to the Hamas attack. Nicholas Wu, Sara Fagen and Faiz Shakir join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable to discuss the state of the 2024 presidential race.
12/1/202351 minutes, 43 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — November 30, 2023

Eight more hostages are released as the cease-fire in Gaza reaches its seventh day. Former Middle East Analyst and Negotiator Aaron David Miller warns of escalation between the Middle East and U.S., and former Director of U.S. Hostage Recovery Christopher O'Leary discusses the recent hostage releases. Rep. George Santos (R-N.Y.) battles his House colleagues ahead of the vote to expel him on ethics violations. Marianna Sotomayor, former Rep. Joe Crowley (D-N.Y.) and Matt Gorman join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable to discuss Nikki Haley’s chances against GOP front-runner Donald Trump and the Biden-Harris re-election campaign. Shira Havron, relative of one of the released hostages, says that children hostages have returned “whispering.” NBC’s Andrea Mitchell discusses Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger’s legacy.
11/30/202350 minutes, 48 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — November 29

Abbey Onn, whose younger cousins Erez and Sahar Kalderon were released over the weekend, gives her perspective on the ongoing deals to release hostages from Gaza. Major Doron Spielman, spokesperson for the Israel Defense Forces, discusses Israel’s hostage release efforts. Kevin Munoz, spokesperson for President Biden’s re-election campaign, gives team Biden’s perspective on 2024. Mike Memoli, Kimberly Atkins Stohr and former Gov. Scott Walker (R-Wis.) join the roundtable.
11/29/202349 minutes, 59 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — November 28

The temporary truce between Israel and Hamas enters a fifth day, and the U.S. renews calls for Israel to avoid further civilian displacement in Gaza. Sharone Lifschitz, whose mother was released by Hamas last month but whose father is still being held hostage inside Gaza, shares her family’s experiences as the war continues. Retired Adm. James Stavridis outlines what’s next for the war. Senator Michael Bennet (D-Colo.) discusses the status of talks on Capitol Hill about foreign aid and border policies.
11/28/202350 minutes, 48 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – November 27

Hamas released 11 more hostages after an agreement to extend the Israel-Hamas ceasefire for two more days was reached. Jason Eaton pleaded not guilty to three counts of attempted murder in the shooting of three students of Palestinian descent. Senate is back in session with foreign aid on the top of the to-do list. Republican primary candidates are packing their campaign schedules with just seven weeks until the Iowa caucuses. Congress is seeing record retirements as dysfunction reaches new levels in the Capitol. Retiring Rep. Dan Kildee (D-Mich.) discusses why he is stepping down next year. NBC News polling shows the president trailing behind former President Trump by just two points.
11/27/202349 minutes, 41 seconds
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Post Game with Leigh Ann Caldwell: Biden's Israel support splits Democrats

Leigh Ann Caldwell, co-author of the Washington Post's "Early 202," joins Kristen Welker to analyze President Biden's foreign policy challenges as he personally engaged himself in freeing hostages from Hamas but reckons with a war that is "completely dividing the Democratic Party."
11/26/202315 minutes, 9 seconds
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November 26 – NSA Jake Sullivan, Rep. Mike Turner and Selma Blair

National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan provides an update on the Americans held hostage by Hamas. Rep. Mike Turner (R-Ohio), chair of the House Intelligence Committee, gives his assessment on the hostage releases and the status of congressional aid to Israel in its war with Hamas. Actor and advocate Selma Blair talks about her work on disability rights, following her 2018 diagnosis with multiple sclerosis. Brendan Buck, Leigh Ann Caldwell and Symone Sanders-Townsend join the Meet the Press roundtable.
11/26/202347 minutes, 30 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — November 22

Two people are dead after a vehicle crashed into the Rainbow Bridge checkpoint structure and exploded at the U.S.-Canada border in Niagara Falls. National Security Council spokesperson John Kirby discusses what lies ahead following a hostage release deal reached by Israel and Hamas. Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. shares how Americans can honor Native American Heritage Month.
11/22/202352 minutes, 57 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — November 21

Israeli government officials weigh a potential ceasefire agreement in exchange for the release of hostages. IDF spokesperson Lt. Col. Jonathan Conricus joins Meet the Press NOW to discuss the potential ceasefire agreement. Students at colleges and universities across the country protest against the Israel-Hamas war. Jim Dornan, Susan Page and Chuck Rocha join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. Populist politician Javier Milei wins Argentina’s presidential election and garners comparisons among American politicians to former President Donald Trump. Delegate Don Scott (D-Va.) joins Meet the Press NOW to discuss making history as the Virginia House of Delegates’ first Black speaker-designee.
11/21/202349 minutes, 59 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – November 20

President Biden says he believes a deal to secure the release of some hostages in Gaza is near. Juanita Tolliver, Dan Merica and Matt Gorman join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable to break down the latest NBC News poll. NBC News Chief Political Analyst Chuck Todd discusses the latest episode of Meet the Press Reports on NIL regulations in college sports. Member of Ukrainian Parliament Kira Rudik explains the importance of continued U.S. aid.
11/20/202349 minutes, 52 seconds
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Post Game with Ryan Nobles: George Santos could face ouster 'before the new year'

NBC News Capitol Hill Correspondent Ryan Nobles joins Kristen Welker to report on congressional leaders' plans to pass Ukraine and Israel supplemental aid before Christmas, and analyzes a new series of bad numbers for President Biden in a new NBC News poll.
11/19/202316 minutes, 55 seconds
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November 19 – Dep. NSA Jon Finer, Gov. Chris Christie, Sen. Richard Blumenthal and Steve Kornacki

Following reports that Israeli and Hamas negotiators are closing in on a hostage release agreement, Dep. National Security Adv. Jon Finer discusses the potential for a U.S.-brokered deal. Steve Kornacki joins Kristen Welker at the big board with a new NBC News national poll. In exclusive interviews, GOP presidential candidate Chris Christie (R-N.J.) reacts to polling third in New Hampshire and Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) talks partisanship in Congress. Helene Cooper, fmr. Rep. Carlos Curbelo (R-Fla.), fmr. Rep. Stephanie Murphy (D-Fla.) and Ryan Nobles join the Meet the Press roundtable. 
11/19/202347 minutes, 29 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – November 17

Israel claims it’s close to “dismantling” Hamas’ military system in northern Gaza. Former commander of U.S. Central Command and distinguished senior fellow at the Middle East Institute, retired General Joseph Votel discusses the Israel’s military campaign. Rep. Glenn Ivey (D-Md.) discusses the Ethics Committee’s scathing report on Rep. George Santos (R-N.Y.). Meridith McGraw, Navin Nayak and Brad Todd join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable to discuss the latest 2024 polls. NBC News Correspondent Zinhle Essamuah talks about her reporting on Meet the Press Reports about Black maternal health.
11/17/202349 minutes, 55 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — November 16

Israel’s military ramps up its siege inside Gaza’s largest hospital and the Biden administration navigates new political fallout over the worsening humanitarian crisis for Palestinians. Rep. Brad Sherman (D-Calif.), one of several lawmakers inside the DNC’s headquarters during a pro-Palestine protest, recalls being evacuated by Capitol Police after the protest turned violent. Victor Cha, senior VP for Asia and Korea at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, recaps President Biden’s meeting with President Xi at the APEC summit and how strengthening communication between the leaders lowered the chance of China invading Taiwan.
11/16/202350 minutes, 56 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — November 15

Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) talks with Meet the Press moderator Kristen Welker about 2024, his legacy in the Senate and political polarization. Lt. Col. Amnon Shefler, international spokesperson of the Israel Defense Forces, says Israel has found “clear evidence” of Hamas operation out of Al-Shifa hospital. Bonny Lin, director of CSIS’ China Power Project, analyzes U.S.-China relations as President Biden meets President Xi Jinping.
11/15/202349 minutes, 59 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — November 14

Demonstrators gather in Washington, D.C. in support for Israel as the country’s war with Hamas enters its sixth week. The House of Representatives prepares to vote on a CR bill as a potential government shutdown looms. Fulton County, Ga. District Attorney Fani Willis seeks an emergency protective order to ban the release of witness videos in former President Donald Trump’s election interference case. Brendan Buck, Mo Elleithee and Julia Manchester join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. Rep. Gregory Meeks (D-N.Y.) joins Meet the Press NOW to discuss government funding legislation and aid for Israel and Ukraine.
11/14/202349 minutes, 47 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – November 13

The humanitarian crisis in Gaza deepens as heavy bombardments and intense fighting near a large hospital complex continue. Senator Tim Scott (R-S.C.) ended his presidential bid just days after being one of five candidates on stage at the GOP debate in Miami. Newly elected House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.) unveiled a two-tiered continuing resolution as a potential government shutdown looms ahead. Rep. Tim Burchett (R-Tenn.) discusses his trust in Speaker Johnson. Rep. Mike Quigley (D-Ill.) talks growing opposition to Ukraine aid within the House Republican caucus. Donald Trump Jr. is back on the stand in the civil fraud case brought by the New York attorney general.
11/13/202349 minutes, 57 seconds
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Post Game with Jeh Johnson: 'Hamas is counting' on Israel 'to go too far'

Jeh Johnson, former U.S. secretary of Homeland Security, joins Kristen Welker to discuss Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's response to Israel's ongoing war with Hamas, and gives his perspective on Pro-Palestine student protests in the U.S. as a trustee of Columbia University.
11/12/202321 minutes, 47 seconds
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November 12 – Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Sen. Chris Murphy and RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel

Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu joins Meet the Press to discuss Israel’s war on Hamas, humanitarian aid, and the return of the hostages taken during the October 7th attack. Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) discusses expectations for Democrats in 2024 and foreign aid, as the wars in Israel and Ukraine divide Congress. RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel responds to states voting in favor of abortion initiatives and the future of the GOP. Carol Lee, former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson and Marc Short join the Meet the Press roundtable. 
11/12/202347 minutes, 28 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — November 10

Secretary Blinken is urging for more to be done to protect civilians in Gaza. Senior adviser to PM Netanyahu Mark Regev discusses the state of the war. NBC News National Political Correspondent Steve Kornacki breaks down what a potential third-party presidential bid by Joe Manchin could mean for President Biden. Tia Mitchell, Symone Sanders-Townsend and Stephen Hayes join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable to discuss the 2024 presidential race for Republicans and Democrats.
11/10/202349 minutes, 37 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – November 9

Israel agrees to daily four-hour pauses in Gaza. President Biden expresses he was “disappointed” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu did not agree to humanitarian pauses sooner, NBC News White House Correspondent Monica Alba reports. Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) announces he will not run for re-election. Sahil Kapur, Danielle Pletka and Stephanie Schriock join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable to recap the third GOP primary debate and the major Democrat wins in Ohio and Virginia’s midterm elections. Fmr. Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.) says he’ll support fmr. Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) in the 2024 presidential race.
11/9/202349 minutes, 38 seconds
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NBC News Republican Presidential Debate: Special Coverage and Analysis

Tom Llamas and Hallie Jackson anchor special coverage after the NBC News Republican Presidential Debate in Miami. They go one-on-one with the candidates and hear from Republican voters in key early states, with reporting from NBC News correspondents to help break down major takeaways from the debate.
11/9/202347 minutes, 19 seconds
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NBC News Republican Presidential Debate moderated by Lester Holt and Kristen Welker

Listen to the NBC News Republican Presidential debate — moderated by Lester Holt and Kristen Welker, joined by Hugh Hewitt — as five candidates face off on the debate stage: former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley, businessman Vivek Ramaswamy and South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott.
11/9/20231 hour, 48 minutes, 32 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — November 8

Ahead of debate night, Meet the Press NOW broadcasts live from the spin room in Miami. Allies of the Republican candidates onstage join to preview the debate: James Uthmeier, presidential campaign manager for Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.); former Rep. Will Hurd (R-Texas), a campaign surrogate for former Gov. Nikki Haley (R-S.C.); Matt Gorman, a senior adviser for Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) and Tricia McLaughlin, a senior campaign adviser for Vivek Ramaswamy.
11/8/202349 minutes, 45 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – November 7

Republican presidential candidates are preparing to take the stage in Miami in the third Republican presidential primary debate hosted by NBC News. The Israeli military is pushing further into Gaza as Israeli leaders and their allies are facing renewed questioning about the sustainability of the conflict. Rep. Chip Roy (R-Texas) discusses his support for candidate Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.). NBC News Political Analyst Fernand Amanda and former Rep. Carlos Curbelo (R-Fla.) talk through key races in Kentucky, Ohio, Virginia and Mississippi on Election Day. Former Rep. Debbie Muscarsel-Powell (D-Fla.) discusses her race to unseat Sen. Rick Scott (R-Fla.)
11/7/202350 minutes, 9 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — November 6

Former President Donald Trump testifies in New York as part of a civil fraud trial. NBC News National Political Correspondent Steve Kornacki breaks down new polling that shows Trump leading President Joe Biden in five battleground states. Secretary of State Antony Blinken wraps a diplomatic trip to the Middle East calling for a “humanitarian pause” as the Israel Defense Forces push into northern Gaza Strip. Tuesday’s Election Day could serve as a bellwether for voters’ stance on abortion rights ahead of the 2024 election cycle, NBC News Correspondent Gary Grumbach reports. Brendan Buck, Leigh Ann Caldwell and Symone Sanders-Townsend join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. UNICEF Spokesman Ricardo Pires joins Meet the Press NOW to discuss the humanitarian crisis in the Gaza Strip.
11/6/202352 minutes, 44 seconds
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Post Game with Amy Walter: Nikki Haley has momentum but still needs Trump's base

Amy Walter, publisher and editor-in-chief of the Cook Political Report, joins Kristen Welker to preview Wednesday's GOP debate, and details the state of the race as Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) receives a key endorsement but still confronts sagging poll numbers in early primary states.
11/5/202318 minutes, 45 seconds
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November 5 – Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy

In an exclusive interview, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy joins Meet the Press to discuss the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war and his potential visit to Israel amid intensifying tension in the Middle East. Steve Kornacki joins to highlight recent poll numbers showcasing potential GOP Iowa caucus-goers. NBC News Correspondent Dasha Burns reports from Des Moines, Iowa with new information on the 2024 race. Julio Vaqueiro, Amy Walter, Sara Fagen and Cornell Belcher join the Meet the Press roundtable.
11/5/202347 minutes, 34 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – November 3

President Biden delivers remarks in Lewiston, Maine following the mass shooting that left 18 people dead. President & CEO of Oxfam America describes the deteriorating humanitarian crisis in Gaza. Susan Page, Juanita Tolliver and Brad Todd join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable to discuss President Biden’s handling of the Israel-Hamas war. NBC News campaign embed Sarah Dean reports on Kathryn Burgum, wife of presidential candidate Doug Burgum, about her role in the campaign and her message on addiction and mental health.
11/3/202351 minutes, 51 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW - November 2

IDF says it’s closing in on Gaza City as explosions and flares can be seen over the Israel-Gaza border. Retired Gen. Joseph Votel explains what comes next as Israel’s ground offensive continues. Rep. Gregory Meeks (D-N.Y.) expresses frustration with House Republicans as they look to pass an Israel aid package strongly opposed by Democrats. Daniella Diaz, Svante Myrick and Sarah Chamberlain join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable to discuss Senator Tuberville’s (R-Ala.) “national security suicide mission.”
11/2/202355 minutes, 7 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — November 1

A group of foreign nationals and injured civilians became the first to make it out of the Gaza Strip since the start of the war between Israel and Hamas. Israel Defense Forces Lt. Col. Jonathan Conricus defends the country’s latest strike on the Jabalia refugee camp. Donald Trump Jr., the son of the former president, takes the stand to answer questions about The Trump Organization’s financial statements.
11/1/202349 minutes, 57 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – October 31

FBI Director Christopher Wray warns the Hamas attack in Israel could inspire attacks on the U.S. by terrorist and violent extremist groups. NBC News National Political Correspondent Steve Kornacki breaks down the races to watch on Election Day 2023. Alex Seitz-Wald, NBC News senior digital politics reporter, explains how the Muslim-American voters in swing states are threatening to vote against President Biden. Steve Taravella, senior spokesperson for the U.N. World Food Program, discusses the urgent humanitarian crisis in Gaza.
10/31/202349 minutes, 48 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – October 30

The assault on Gaza intensifies as security concerns escalate domestically and abroad. Israeli Government Spokesperson Eylon Levy discusses the latest hostage video released by Hamas and Israel’s goal in this stage of its ground offensive. Editor-in-Chief of the Cook Political Report, Amy Walter, looks ahead to the Iowa Caucuses and former President Trump’s commanding lead among likely Republican Iowa caucusgoers. Newly-elected House speaker Mike Johnson begins his first full week on the job. After six weeks of strikes, the UAW union reached tentative agreements with all three major auto manufacturers.
10/30/202349 minutes, 32 seconds
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Post Game with Stephen Hayes: Can Speaker Mike Johnson unite a fractured GOP?

The House of Representatives, without a leader for more than 20 days, finally elected a speaker in Rep. Mike Johnson (R-La.). Stephen Hayes, CEO and editor of The Dispatch, joins Kristen Welker to detail the challenges facing the newly minted speaker, from avoiding a shutdown, to passing aid to Israel and Ukraine, and even corralling an increasingly unruly conference.
10/29/202315 minutes, 23 seconds
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October 29 – Gov. Ron DeSantis, Rep. Pramila Jayapal and fmr. Gov Arnold Schwarzenegger

Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.), a 2024 presidential candidate, joins Meet the Press exclusively to discuss red flag laws and the Second Amendment amid Maine’s recent mass shooting which killed 18 people. Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-Wash.) exclusively joins to discuss calls for a ceasefire resolution after concerns of growing civilian casualties in Gaza. Plus, former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (R-Calif.) reacts to the current state of the Republican Party and shares his perspective on the upcoming 2024 election through his book “Be Useful.” 
10/29/202347 minutes, 30 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – October 27

Rep. Dean Phillips (D-Minn.) jumps into the 2024 race, launching a primary challenge against President Biden telling Kristen he is “running for the future.” Israel announces it will expand its ground operations into Gaza. The manhunt continues for the Maine suspected shooter. Jeff Mason, Symone Sanders-Townsend and Matt Continetti join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable.
10/27/202352 minutes, 54 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – October 26

State Rep. Kristen Cloutier (D-Lewiston) says the streets are "eerily quiet" in Lewiston, Maine after a mass shooter leaves at least 18 dead. Twelve more aid trucks enter Gaza Thursday as the humanitarian crisis deepens in the Israel-Hamas war. Ayelet Sella, the family member of two hostages released by Hamas, confirms more family members are missing and dead. The White House responds to the latest mass shooting in the U.S.
10/26/202353 minutes, 50 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW - October 25

Rep. David Valadao (R-Calif.) joins Meet the Press NOW as Rep. Mike Johnson (R-La.) is sworn in as speaker of the House. Human rights groups see a worsening humanitarian crisis in Gaza. Former CIA Director David Petraeus discusses the state of war in Israel amid a looming ground invasion.
10/25/202351 minutes, 4 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — October 24

Rep. Tom Emmer (R-Minn.) drops out of the race for speaker hours after being nominated for the position by House Republicans. Permanent Observer to the UN for the International Committee of the Red Cross Laetitia Courtois joins Meet the Press NOW to discuss the humanitarian crisis in Gaza. President Joe Biden faces criticism over his handling of the Israel-Hamas war from some Muslim and Arab Americans in Michigan. Rep. Shri Thanedar (D-Mich.) joins to talk about how Biden should address the criticism.
10/24/202352 minutes, 31 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – October 23

Hamas releases two more hostages as the White House advises Israel to delay ground invasion into the Gaza Strip. Iranian-back proxies ramp up attacks on American forces in the Middle East. Spokesman for the Israel Defense Forces Jonathan Conricus discusses the looming ground invasion and a potential cease-fire. Nine Republicans are vying to be the next speaker of the House. Representative Steve Womack (R-Ark.) explains what’s next for his party as the House remains paralyzed.
10/23/202352 minutes, 50 seconds
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Post Game with Amna Nawaz: 'Any one miscalculation … could set things ablaze' in Middle East

Amna Nawaz, co-anchor of PBS NewsHour, joins Kristen Welker after returning from Israel and details the difficulties of covering a conflict where foreign reporters are not allowed into Gaza.
10/22/202315 minutes, 29 seconds
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October 22 — Sec. Antony Blinken, Rep. Kevin McCarthy and fmr. VP Mike Pence

Secretary of State Antony Blinken joins Meet the Press to discuss U.S. involvement in the Israel and Gaza war as Hamas releases hostages and a ground invasion appears imminent. Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) exclusively joins to discuss House chaos as leaders scramble to elect a new speaker after he was ousted from the top job. Plus, Former Vice President and GOP presidential candidate Mike Pence reacts to ex-Trump lawyer Sidney Powell and Kenneth Chesebro’s guilty pleas in the Georgia election interference case.
10/22/202347 minutes, 38 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — October 20

Sec. of State Antony Blinken holds a briefing following the release of two American hostages held by Hamas. Former NBC News Correspondent Martin Fletcher, who is related to the released hostages, discusses how his family is coping and what this may signal for other hostages. Israel Defense Forces spokesperson Maj. Doron Spielman (Res.) says the country’s preparations for a ground invasion “has not changed.” White House Coordinator for the Middle East and North Africa Brett McGurk reveals that President Biden spoke to the family of hostages Natalie and Judith Raanan.
10/20/202344 minutes, 22 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — October 19

President Joe Biden prepares to deliver a prime time Oval Office address Thursday to appeal directly to the American people, to support Israel and Ukraine. Rep. Ken Buck (R-Colo.) describes receiving death threats over not voting for Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) as speaker and the “painful” meetings amongst House Republicans. Assistant Democratic Leader Rep. Jim Clyburn (D-S.C.) discusses what Democrats are doing to help the House open again. The Pentagon confirms the USS Carney shot down missiles and drones launched by Iranian-backed Houthi forces in Yemen. NBC News Correspondent Courtney Kube reports.
10/19/202352 minutes, 8 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – October 18

Biden delivers “extremely rare” Air Force One remarks after leaving Israel amid flaring tensions in the Middle East. IDF Spokesperson Maj. Doron Spielman discusses the military’s plans after the Gaza hospital blast. Rep. Nick Lalota (R-N.Y.), who has not supported Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) for speaker, lays out what he is looking for in a candidate.
10/18/202355 minutes, 7 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – October 17

The House of Representatives remains without a speaker after House Republicans once again tried and failed to rally behind their nominee. President Biden’s visit to Israel and Jordan comes amid an apparent deadly strike on a hospital in north Gaza. Former Rep. Carlos Curbelo (R-Fla.) discusses the pressure mounting on lawmakers to elect a speaker in order to return to the business of the House. This includes passing additional aid for Israel and Ukraine amid two wars and a looming deadline just one month away to avoid a government shutdown.
10/17/202355 minutes, 19 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — October 16

An Israeli ground invasion of the Gaza Strip is imminent as Gazan civilians wait at the Rafah border to try to evacuate into Egypt. Fmr. Amb. Mark Regev, senior adviser to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, joins Meet the Press NOW to talk about Israel’s strategic objectives in their war with Hamas. Rep. Carlos Gimenez (R-Fla.) joins Meet the Press NOW to discuss the ongoing negotiations to select a new speaker of the House. Belgian authorities investigate Brussels shooting as potential terror attack.
10/16/202355 minutes, 50 seconds
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Post Game with Andrea Mitchell: 'Those tanks are ready to roll' as Israel plots Hamas invasion

NBC News Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent Andrea Mitchell joins Kristen Welker to analyze the war unfolding in the Middle East, as Israel prepares for a full-scale ground invasion of Gaza, and some global analysts see hints of a potential multi-front war to come.
10/15/202311 minutes, 48 seconds
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October 15 — NSA Jake Sullivan, Sen. Lindsey Graham and Rep. Hakeem Jeffries

National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan joins Meet the Press to provide the latest updates on U.S. involvement in the Israel-Hamas war. NBC News Chief Foreign Correspondent Richard Engel reports from the Israel-Gaza border. Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) exclusively talks about his call for Israel to “level” Gaza. Plus, Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries (D-N.Y.) discusses the GOP leadership crisis in the House.
10/15/202347 minutes, 30 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — October 13

Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) narrowly wins the Republican nomination for House speaker after Rep. Steve Scalise (R-La.) dropped his bid for the leadership role. Israeli forces appear to begin entering Gaza as Israel continues to amass its military in preparation for a ground invasion. A family member of two missing Americans in Israel details their meeting with President Biden. 
10/13/202354 minutes
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Meet the Press NOW – October 12

Rep. Mike Lawler (R-N.Y.) says it’s been a “frustrating” week for House Republicans as they try to elect a new speaker and responds to former President Trump calling Lebanese militant group Hezbollah “smart.” Israeli Defense Forces Spokesperson Major Ben Walhaus doesn’t rule out a ground invasion, saying the IDF will “do what’s needed” to stop Hamas’ attacks. Rep. Mike McCaul (R-Texas) explains how difficult it’ll be to evacuate Palestinian civilians from Gaza.
10/12/202353 minutes, 4 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – October 11

Israeli forces are laying the groundwork for a potential ground invasion of Gaza, while warning that violence will likely intensify in the coming days. Eliav Benjamin, deputy chief of mission at the Embassy of Israel, discusses Prime Minister Netanyahu’s vow to “wipe out” Hamas and the next steps in the conflict. President Biden delivers remarks reiterating the United States' commitment to Israel. Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-Ill.) talks about linking aid for Israel to Ukraine and Taiwan.
10/11/202354 minutes, 44 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – October 10

Speaking from the White House, President Biden confirms that Americans are among those currently being held hostage in Gaza by Hamas. The president reiterates that Israel will have unequivocal U.S. support as it responds to ongoing attacks by Hamas forces. Former Israeli Ambassador to the U.S. Michael Oren discusses the effect of the war on the Israeli psyche. President Biden participated in a voluntary interview Sunday and Monday with Special Counsel Robert Hur, signaling that the criminal probe could be coming to an end.
10/10/202350 minutes, 36 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — October 9

Israel orders a “full seige” of Gaza ahead of a potential ground operation. Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) joins Meet the Press NOW to discuss American foreign policy as war breaks out in Israel and the House of Representatives remains without a speaker. Amb. Dennis Ross talks about the historical context of Hamas’ attacks on Israel. Adm. John Kirby discusses potential Iranian involvement in the Hamas attacks and outlines the Biden administration’s efforts to recover American hostages. Jim Geraghty, Susan Page and Jen Psaki join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable.
10/9/202352 minutes, 38 seconds
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Post Game with Peggy Noonan: Congress 'paralyzed' as Israel is attacked

Peggy Noonan, opinion columnist for the Wall Street Journal, joins Kristen Welker to discuss Israel's war with Palestinian militants in Gaza, as the chaos of a speaker-less and paralyzed House of Representatives leaves the U.S. unable to respond with foreign aid.
10/8/202314 minutes, 20 seconds
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October 8 — Sec. Antony Blinken, Nikki Haley and Rep. Matt Gaetz

Secretary of State Antony Blinken joins Meet the Press to explain the White House’s response to Saturday's deadly attack in Israel. NBC News Correspondent Raf Sanchez reports the latest from the ground. Fmr. U.N. Ambassador and GOP presidential candidate Nikki Haley exclusively joins to react to the conflict and ongoing dysfunction in Congress. Plus, Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) discusses his decision to oust Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) from the speakership in an exclusive interview.
10/8/202347 minutes, 33 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — October 6

Rep. Tim Burchett (R-Tenn.), one of eight House Republicans who voted to vacate Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) as House speaker, discusses what’s next for the party as it chooses a new leader. Meet the Press moderator Kristen Welker speaks with swing voters in battleground state Pennsylvania about their views and frustrations about the current political climate. Marina Jenkins talks about what Alabama’s new congressional map means for Black residents and the implications it could have on the 2024 election.
10/6/202350 minutes, 48 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – October 5

The U.S. will resume deportation flights back to Venezuela in the next few days for migrants who have come to the country illegally after July 31, 2023, a senior Biden administration official tells NBC News. Rep. Adriano Espaillat (D-N.Y.) reacts to the White House's announcement and funding for a border wall. "We all together need to do more." Rep. Tony Gonzales (R-Texas) says he supports Rep. Steve Scalise’s (R-La.) bid to replace ousted Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) as speaker of the House, adding that the House “must look forward” as it gets back on track.
10/5/202349 minutes, 47 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – October 4

Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-La.) and Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), both formally announced Wednesday they will run for Speaker of the House after Rep. Kevin McCarthy was ousted, sending letters to their colleagues asking for support. Rep. Steve Womack (R-Ark.) discusses why he is supporting Scalise for speaker, "If his doctors are in, if Jennifer – his wife — is in, I’m in." Sen. Michael Bennet (D-Colo.) says he’d “certainly be willing” to force a shutdown if Ukraine aid is not included in the government funding bill.
10/4/202349 minutes, 50 seconds
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Introducing Grapevine

As a bonus for Meet the Press listeners, we’re sharing a special preview of Grapevine, a new original podcast series from NBC News Studios. From the same team that brought you the #1 podcast Southlake, Grapevine tells the story of one family broken apart in the midst of a new anti-LGBTQ culture war, and the high school English teacher caught in the middle. Follow the podcast and listen to the first two episodes now: https://link.chtbl.com/grapevine_alw_ 
10/4/20233 minutes, 49 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — October 3

House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) is ousted after Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) brought a motion to vacate McCarthy from his leadership position. Reps. David Valadao (R-Calif.) and Gerry Connolly (D-Va.) give an inside perspective on developments from the House floor.
10/3/202358 minutes, 2 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — October 2

Donald Trump appears in court for the first day of the trial in New York Attorney General Letitia James’ $250 million fraud case against the former president. Rep. Ken Buck (R-Colo.) discusses government funding talks as House Speaker Kevin McCarthy faces calls to be ousted from the speakership. ESPN writer Katie Barnes talks about their new book tackling transgender rights in sports.
10/2/202352 minutes, 55 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — September 29

Sen. Dianne Feinstein is remembered by Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.). Rep. Bob Good (R-Va.) talks about the state of funding negotiations over a government budget deadline. One of former President Trump’s co-defendants in the Fulton County election case agrees to a plea deal.
9/29/202349 minutes, 37 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – September 28

House Republicans hold their first impeachment hearing into President Biden as a government shutdown looms. Senator Menendez speaks with fellow Democratic lawmakers in a closed-door lunch as calls for his resignation continue. Cornell Belcher, Betsy Woodruff Swan and Lanhee Chen join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable.
9/28/202349 minutes, 20 seconds
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Second Republican Debate: Meet the Press Special

After the second GOP presidential debate, Kristen Welker speaks with Gov. Ron DeSantis’ Campaign Manager James Uthmeier, Sen. Tim Scott’s Campaign Adviser Matt Gorman and former South Carolina GOP Chairman Katon Dawson. NBC News Correspondents Steve Patterson and Shaq Brewster speak with voters in California and Wisconsin. Vaughn Hillyard reports on former President Trump’s speech to autoworkers in Michigan. Leigh Ann Caldwell, Hallie Jackson, Lanhee Chen and Hugh Hewitt discuss the evening’s events at the roundtable.
9/28/202356 minutes, 9 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – September 27

Former President Donald Trump is set to deliver prime-time remarks at a manufacturing plant Wednesday night as his primary opponents participate in their second presidential debate. Rep. Jen Kiggans (R-Va.) shares the impact a government shutdown would have on her district. Sen. Kevin Cramer (R-N.D.) discusses the SAFE Banking Act, a landmark marijuana financing bill the Senate advanced on Wednesday.
9/27/202349 minutes, 48 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – September 26

President Biden visits a UAW picket line in his battle for the working class. House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) is planning for procedural votes on four spending bills tonight. Representative Abigail Spanberger (D-Va.) discusses the likelihood of any of them having enough votes to pass. 18 of Senator Bob Menendez’s (D-N.J.) fellow Senate Democrats are calling on him to resign. A Capitol rioter was sentenced to serve just over four years in federal prison. 13,000 ethnic Armenians have fled the Nagorno-Karabakh region of Azerbaijan after warnings of ethnic cleansing in the region.
9/26/202349 minutes, 55 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — September 25

A potential government shutdown looms as House Republicans hit the negotiating table. Sen. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) says he will not resign after being indicted on bribery charges. Kimberly Atkins Stohr, Doug Heye and Dan Merica join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. Cook Political Report Editor-in-Chief Amy Walter discusses the latest NBC News national poll. Rep. Vicente Gonzalez (D-Texas) joins Meet the Press NOW to talk about the migrant crisis affecting his home state.
9/25/202350 minutes, 24 seconds
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Post Game with Peter Alexander: Can Biden's 'Authentic Joe' alter ego rally voters?

NBC News Chief White House Correspondent Peter Alexander joins Meet the Press Moderator Kristen Welker to analyze a brand new NBC News national poll, which shows President Biden in a dead heat with former President Trump in a potential 2024 matchup and the highest disapproval rating of his presidency.
9/24/202313 minutes, 39 seconds
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September 24 — Chris Christie, Rep. James Clyburn and Transportation Sec. Pete Buttigieg

Steve Kornacki joins Kristen Welker to highlight numbers from the latest NBC News national poll. In an exclusive interview, GOP presidential candidate Chris Christie (R-N.J.) reacts to the poll, which shows him trailing former President Trump by over 50 points among Republican primary voters. Rep. James Clyburn (D-S.C.) exclusively joins Meet the Press to discuss voters’ concerns about President Biden. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg addresses the looming government shutdown and Biden’s handling of the UAW strike.
9/24/202346 minutes, 32 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — Sept. 22

Sen. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) is indicted on felony bribery charges. Rep. Don Bacon (R-Neb.) says he trusts the legal system and discusses the looming government shutdown. President Biden will visit striking autoworkers in Michigan. The Biden administration assures President Zelenskyy that the U.S. will provide ATACMS to Ukraine. Susan Page, Symone Sanders-Townsend and Brendan Buck join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable.
9/22/202349 minutes, 53 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — September 21

President Volodymyr Zelenskyy meets with President Biden at the White House after a series of meetings with Congress to ask for more assistance for Ukraine’s war against Russia. National Security Council Strategic Communications Coordinator John Kirby discusses the outlook of the war in Ukraine and Biden’s meeting with Israeli leader Netanyahu. Deflated House Republicans leave for the weekend without a solution to avoid a government shutdown. NBC News Correspondent Dasha Burns sits down with Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy ahead of the second RNC debate.
9/21/202349 minutes, 52 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – September 20

With 11 days to go until the September 30th funding deadline, the House is arguably further away from a spending agreement than it was at the beginning of the week. House Republicans on the Judiciary Committee grilled Attorney General Merrick Garland for more than five hours. Iowa voters react to Trump calling Florida’s six-week abortion ban a “terrible thing.” The Dow closed down slightly as markets reacted to the Federal Reserve’s decision to not raise interest rates this month.
9/20/202348 minutes, 41 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – September 19

President Biden tries to rally world leaders around Ukraine during his United Nations General Assembly speech. Rep. Victoria Spartz (R-Ind.) discusses the fight over government spending among House Republicans. Striking auto workers set a new deadline for negotiations with the big three automakers. The five Americans released from Iran after being wrongly imprisoned are back on U.S. soil.
9/19/202349 minutes, 47 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — September 18

House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) tells reporters he’ll take a short-term spending bill to the floor, whether he has the votes or not. Rep. Dusty Johnson (R-S.D.) and Rep. Steve Womack (R-Ark.) discuss negotiations over the bill as a potential shutdown looms. Cook Political Report Editor-in-Chief Amy Walter joins to talk about former President Donald Trump’s stance on abortion. Molly Ball, Svante Myrick and Garrett Ventry join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable.
9/18/202351 minutes, 16 seconds
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Post Game with Peter Baker: 'Retribution is the definition' of Trump's campaign

Peter Baker, chief White House correspondent for the New York Times, joins Kristen Welker to analyze her interview with former President Trump — from his continued false statements surrounding the integrity of the 2020 election, to his surprise statement that he'd considered pardoning himself after January 6.
9/17/202319 minutes, 46 seconds
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Trump joins Kristen Welker in her first show as moderator of Meet the Press – September 17

Kristen Welker makes her debut as Meet the Press moderator. In a wide-ranging interview, former President Donald Trump discusses the criminal charges against him, whether he would pardon himself, his account of January 6, House Republicans’ impeachment inquiry into President Biden, his position on abortion and foreign policy. NBC News Senior Legal Correspondent Laura Jarrett, New York Times Chief White House Correspondent Peter Baker and NBC News Washington Managing Editor Carol Lee join the Meet the Press roundtable.
9/17/202347 minutes, 29 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – September 15

As the UAW union goes on a historic strike, President Biden finds himself walking a fine line between supporting the movement and limiting its impact on the economy. Sen. Gary Peters (D-Mich.) and Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-Mich.) react to the latest on the picket lines. New MTP moderator Kristen Welker shares more from her exclusive interview with former President Donald Trump. Jorge Zamanillo, founding director of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Latino, discusses the dispute over the museum’s contents.
9/15/202349 minutes, 29 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — September 14

Hunter Biden is indicted on three gun-related charges. Rep. Mike Johnson (R-La.) discusses tensions within the Republican Party amid a government funding fight and threats to Kevin McCarthy’s (R-Calif.) speakership. Rep. Mike Waltz (R-Fla.) talks about disaster relief and Ukraine aid funding as House Republicans struggle to get votes to avoid a government shutdown.
9/14/202350 minutes, 6 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – September 13

House Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s impeachment announcement isn’t swaying far-right Republicans leaving a government shutdown still on the table. NSC Coordinator for Strategic Communications John Kirby discusses North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un and Russian President Vladimir Putin meeting in Russia and the U.S.-Iran prisoner swap. Sen. Michael Bennet (D-Colo.) discusses Wednesday’s closed-door Senate forum with tech giants including Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, Sundar Pichai and Sam Altman on artificial intelligence.
9/13/202349 minutes, 44 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – September 12

Senator Tommy Tuberville (R-Ala.) discusses House Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s (R-Calif.) decision to open an impeachment inquiry. In an exclusive interview with NBC News’ Lester Holt, Iranian President Raisi says a prisoner swap should be finalized “in due time.” The Justice Department indicted five police officers for alleged federal rights violations in connection with the death of Tyre Nichols. Google is facing off with the DOJ in the first anti-trust trial against a tech company in more than two decades.
9/12/202349 minutes, 47 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – September 11

Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-Md.) joins for an interview as Democrats prepare for an active defense of President Joe Biden against a potential impeachment inquiry. Russian Prime Minister Putin invites North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un to Russia. Former President Trump attacks President Biden while Biden marks the anniversary of 9/11 with U.S. troops in Alaska. The FDA approves new COVID vaccines as students return to the classroom.
9/11/202349 minutes, 18 seconds
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September 10 — Chuck Todd’s final show with Sen. Bill Cassidy and Gov. Gavin Newsom

After nine years and more than 430 broadcasts, Chuck Todd has his final show as Meet the Press moderator and passes the baton to Kristen Welker. Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) joins for an exclusive interview amid concerns about Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s (R-Ky.) health. Plus, Gov. Gavin Newsom (D-Calif.) exclusively joins and puts any speculation about a 2024 presidential bid to rest.
9/10/202347 minutes, 29 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – September 8

Chuck Todd moderates his final show as moderator of Meet the Press NOW. J. Tom Morgan says the Georgia Grand Jury report “should not have been released.” Gov. Gavin Newsom (D-Calif.) addresses his relationship with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. New York City struggles to accommodate an influx of migrants. Epidemiologist Michael Osterholm worries about the next pandemic, as public trust in institutions fall after Covid. Susan Page, Cornell Belcher and Brad Todd join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable.
9/8/202350 minutes, 42 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – September 7

As Ukraine's highly anticipated counteroffensive has struggled to make major gains, there are new signs public support for more U.S. aid is waning. A jury finds Trump adviser Peter Navarro guilty of contempt of Congress. Former ambassador to NATO Kurt Volker says making Ukraine a U.S. political issue isn’t in “either party’s interest.” Former Mexico Foreign Minister Jorge Castañeda says Republican Presidential candidate Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) sending forces into Mexico would create a “major crisis.”
9/7/202353 minutes, 2 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – September 6

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) spoke to reporters for the first time since freezing at an event in Kentucky last week vowing to finish his term as leader and in the Senate. Rep. Ken Buck (R-Colo.) discusses the viability of Republican calls for an impeachment inquiry into President Biden. Former Fulton County Assistant District Attorney Darryl Cohen and NBC News Senior Capitol Hill Correspondent Garrett Haake discuss the first hearing in the Georgia election case. Special Counsel David Weiss to seek indictment of Hunter Biden by September 29. The filing was made in the criminal action tied to a pretrial agreement with the government over the possession of a gun while someone is using narcotics.
9/6/202349 minutes, 49 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – September 5

Party leaders are mired in legal trouble and questions about their fitness for office. A federal judge is sentencing the former chair of the Proud Boys for his role in the January 6th insurrection. The impeachment trial of Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is underway in Austin, Texas. Voters in Utah and Rhode Island are at the ballot box for special House primary elections.
9/5/202349 minutes, 41 seconds
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September 3 — Gov. Chris Sununu and Sec. Gina Raimondo

Gov. Chris Sununu (R-N.H.) discusses former President Donald Trump, the Republican primary field and growing discussions for a third-party candidate. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo joins to recap her trip to Beijing and says the U.S. will “absolutely” not sell advanced semiconductors chips to China. Franklin Foer, author of “The Last Politician,” shares an inside look into the Biden administration. Sara Fagen, fmr. DHS Sec. Jeh Johnson, Andrea Mitchell and Jake Sherman join the Meet the Press roundtable.
9/3/202347 minutes, 24 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — September 1

As Fall approaches, Washington braces for a busy season that could include a government shutdown, an impeachment inquiry and a televised criminal trial tied to former President Trump — all amid an active presidential campaign. Former Gov. Asa Hutchinson (R-Ark.) says he intends to “prove” his skeptics wrong and make the second Republican presidential debate stage. The Biden administration takes a new approach to close a gun show loophole.
9/1/202349 minutes, 40 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — August 31

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) appeared to freeze in public for the second time in recent months during an event in Kentucky, again raising questions about his — and other aging politicians’ — capacity to hold office. Former FEMA Director Craig Fugate addresses disaster prevention efforts following Hurricane Idalia. Former NATO Supreme Allied Commander and retired Adm. James Stavridis discusses Ukraine’s recent breakthroughs in its war with Russia.
8/31/202350 minutes, 44 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – August 30

Hurricane Idalia makes its way across Georgia and South Carolina after slamming into Florida as a Category 3 storm at landfall. Rob Herrin, public information officer for Hillsborough County Fire Rescue, discusses the impact on Tampa, which avoided a direct hit but still faced widespread flooding and storm surge. Tallahassee Mayor John Dailey says “now ... we are having 100-year storm events on a regular basis.” Jeff Williams, mayor of Horseshoe Beach, Fla talks about the damage his town has sustained. Plus, the roundtable discusses Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) appearing to freeze again at a Kentucky event.
8/30/202349 minutes, 50 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – August 29

The White House appears to be searching for a prescription to the president’s deep unpopularity. Floridians up and down the state’s west coast are bracing for the impacts of Hurricane Idalia. Former U.S. Attorney Carol Lam discusses how 2024 could play out for former President Trump in the courtroom. Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee Rep. Michael McCaul (R-Texas) talks about the committee’s roundtable with gold star families of the Abbey Gate attack. An Ohio reproductive rights group filed a lawsuit against the state’s ballot board.
8/29/202349 minutes, 54 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — August 28

The judge in former President Donald Trump's Washington, D.C. case sets the trial date for one day before Super Tuesday. Jacksonville Sheriff T.K. Waters joins Meet the Press NOW to talk about his community's response following a deadly racially motivated shooting. Brendan Buck, Camila DeChalus and Faiz Shakir join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-Ill.) discusses American relations with China and the 2024 presidential election.
8/28/202349 minutes, 42 seconds
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August 27 — Vivek Ramaswamy and Sen. Bernie Sanders

Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy joins Meet the Press to address his views on the 2020 election and why he is challenging former President Donald Trump. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) discusses the role of third parties and President Joe Biden’s re-election. Former Gov. Pat McCrory (R-N.C.), Markos Moulitsas, fmr. Rep. Stephanie Murphy (D-Fla.) and Danielle Pletka join the Meet the Press roundtable.
8/27/202347 minutes, 26 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – August 25

Former President Trump’s arraignment in the 2020 Georgia election probe caps a busy week in the 2024 GOP race .Former Georgia District Attorney J. Tom Morgan discusses Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis’ case against Trump and 18 co-defendants. Jon Ralston explains Nevada’s confusing GOP presidential nominating process. Deepa Shivaram, Joe Crowley and Charlie Dent join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable.
8/25/202349 minutes, 55 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – August 23

Former President Donald Trump prepares to surrender to authorities in Georgia after emerging from last night's GOP president debate relatively unscathed. Darryl Cohen, a criminal defense attorney and former assistant district attorney in Fulton County discusses District Attorney Fani Willis’ request to begin the trial of Trump and his 18 co-defendants in October 2023. Marc Short, former chief of staff to Vice President Mike Pence, analyzes the former vice president’s debate performance on Wednesday night.
8/24/202347 minutes, 55 seconds
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Meet the Press Special: First GOP Debate

After the first Republican presidential debate, Chuck Todd speaks with DeSantis Deputy Campaign Manager David Polyansky and Jason Miller, senior Trump adviser. Shaq Brewster speaks with voters in suburban Waukesha, Wisconsin. Vaughn Hillyard reports on the former president’s counter programming with Tucker Carlson. Amy Walter, publisher of the Cook Political Report, Lanhee Chen, former Mitt Romney adviser, and Danielle Pletka, Senior Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, join the roundtable.
8/24/202354 minutes, 6 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – August 23

All eyes are on Milwaukee as GOP candidates prepare to meet for the first Republican presidential debate of the 2024 election. Ron DeSantis surrogate Ken Cuccinelli and Nikki Haley surrogate Katon Dawson break down their candidates’ strategies. Wagner Group Chief Yevgeny Prigozhin was listed as a passenger on a plane that crashed in Russia. Former Trump lawyers Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell surrender in Georgia over 2020 election case.
8/23/202353 minutes
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Meet the Press NOW – August 22

8/22/202349 minutes, 41 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — August 21

Results from a new poll of Iowa Republican voters shows former President Donald Trump retains the lead among GOP candidates, but is the first choice candidate for less than half of those polled. Former Gov. Asa Hutchinson (R-Ark.) joins Meet the Press NOW to discuss the Republican presidential primaries ahead of the field's first debate. President Joe Biden travels to Hawaii as 850 people remain missing after Maui's deadly wildfire. Department of Housing and Urban Development Deputy Secretary Adrianne Todman discusses Maui's wildfire recovery process. Leigh Ann Caldwell, Ameshia Cross and Rick Tyler join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable.
8/22/202349 minutes, 21 seconds
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Meet the Press — August 20

Gov. Doug Burgum (R-N.D.), who is running for president, joins Meet the Press ahead of the first RNC debate. Gov. Tim Walz (D-Minn.) joins for an exclusive interview after members of his own party call for him to challenge President Biden. Former DeKalb County  District Attorney Gwen Keyes Fleming, fmr. Senior FBI official Chuck Rosenberg and former Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance, Jr. join to discuss former President Trump’s legal troubles. 
8/20/202347 minutes, 31 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – August 18

The U.S., Japan and South Korea agreed to deepen mutual security ties at a Camp David summit. Trump reportedly will skip the first GOP debate. Fmr. Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) says it’s “completely disrespectful” for GOP candidates who qualify for the first debate to not show up. Maui's top emergency management official resigned amid questions surrounding his office's response to the island’s devastating wildfires. The Cherokee Nation’s principal chief talks about his new term in office.
8/18/202349 minutes, 53 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — August 17

A new poll shows 86% of Americans are “very” or “somewhat” worried about the system of U.S. democracy being able to function. NBC News Correspondent Ryan Nobles speaks with Sen. Jon Tester (D-Mont.) in Montana about his re-election campaign as the GOP fights hard to take back the Senate. Miami Mayor and 2024 presidential candidate Francis Suarez discusses his campaign ahead of the first GOP presidential debate.
8/17/202352 minutes, 55 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – August 16

Political leaders are reluctant to address the gravity of Trump’s alleged criminal activity. A federal appeals court upholds parts of a decision restricting access to the abortion pill mifepristone. Former Fulton County Assistant District Attorney Darryl Cohen breaks down how the Georgia election interference case may proceed. Hawaii Department of Defense spokesperson Jeff Hickman says an additional 20 search dogs have joined the search efforts after Maui’s deadly wildfires. A Montana judge rules in favor of climate activists in a lawsuit over fossil fuels.
8/16/202350 minutes, 59 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — August 15

Former President Trump is indicted for the fourth time in five months, facing new charges in Georgia over his efforts to overturn the 2020 election. Republican presidential hopefuls react to Trump’s legal challenges. President Biden addresses the federal response to the devastating wildfires in Maui, pledging to visit the area as soon as possible.
8/15/202350 minutes, 10 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — August 14

Recovery efforts begin in Hawaii after the deadliest wildfire in modern U.S. history tore through Maui last week. Witnesses testify in Georgia as the Fulton County district attorney is expected to present her case against former President Donald Trump to a grand jury this week. Cook Political Report Editor-in-Chief Amy Walter discusses the Republican primary field as presidential candidates visit the Iowa state fair. Stephen Hayes, Dan Merica and Juanita Tolliver join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. Hawaii Gov. Josh Green (D) joins Meet the Press NOW to discuss wildfire recovery.
8/14/202350 minutes, 50 seconds
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August 13 — Former Vice President Mike Pence and Rep. Dean Phillips

Former Vice President Mike Pence joins Meet the Press to weigh in the investigations into his former boss, former President Donald Trump, and Hunter Biden. Rep. Dean Phillips (D-Minn.) joins for an exclusive interview on why he thinks more Democrats should consider primary challenges to President Biden in 2024. 
8/13/202347 minutes, 30 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — August 11

Attorney General Merrick Garland appoints a special counsel to oversee the investigation into Hunter Biden. Republican primary candidates flock to the Iowa State Fair to meet caucusgoers. The death toll from wildfires on the island of Maui continues to rise. The U.S. turns to Kenya for Haiti security mission. A federal judge revokes bail for FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried. Sahil Kapur, Symone Sanders-Townsend and Brendan Buck join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. 
8/11/202352 minutes, 39 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – August 10

At least 36 people are dead and officials fear that number will rise as multiple wildfires continue burning on the island of Maui. Democratic Rep. Jill Tokuda, who represents Hawaii's second district which includes the island of Maui, says the state will still be recovering for generations. FEMA administrator Deanne Criswell discusses President Biden’s disaster designation for the fires. Former Gov. Scott Walker (R-Wis.), who faced Trump in the 2016 presidential primary, discusses why more 2024 candidates aren’t attacking the former president over his legal troubles.
8/10/202349 minutes, 53 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — August 9

Ohio Secretary of State and U.S. Senate candidate Frank LaRose (R) discusses the state of abortion in the state and nation after voters overwhelmingly rejected a Republican-backed ballot measure that would make it harder to enshrine abortion rights in the state constitution. Special counsel Jack Smith obtained a search warrant for Donald Trump’s X – formerly known as Twitter – account earlier this year, new court documents reveal. Democratic mayors and governors put pressure on the Biden administration as they seek additional assistance in response to the influx of migrants coming to their communities.
8/9/202345 minutes, 52 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW - August 8

Former President Trump juggles his role as a candidate and a defendant as his lawyers and federal prosecutors continue to clash over what he can say publicly about his election interference case. Former U.S. Attorney Barbara McQuade discusses his recent indictments. Abortion is indirectly on the ballot in Ohio. President Biden is in Arizona, making a historic move to preserve sacred native land. Severe storm warnings remain in place up and down the East Coast. The Biden administration faces the difficult choice of declaring a coup in Niger.
8/8/202350 minutes, 2 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — August 7

Former President Donald Trump’s legal team faces a looming deadline to respond to a Department of Justice request for a protective order. NBC News Correspondent Dasha Burns discusses her exclusive interview with Gov. Ron Desantis (R-Fla.) on his presidential campaign. Rep. Judy Chu (D-Calif.) discusses the economy and President Joe Biden’s re-election campaign. Former Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D-N.D.) and former Rep. Charlie Dent (R-Pa.) join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable.
8/7/202350 minutes, 29 seconds
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August 6 — John Lauro and Rep. Jamie Raskin

John Lauro, Donald Trump’s attorney, joins Meet the Press to discuss the former president’s most recent indictment. Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-Md.), a member of the Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the U.S. Capitol and former Lead Impeachment Manager, joins for an exclusive to discuss the charges.
8/6/202347 minutes, 32 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — August 4

Former President Trump is likely facing at least three trials in the midst of the 2024 campaign, but Republican leaders are still defending him for the moment. GOP presidential candidate and former Gov. Asa Hutchinson (R-Ark.) discusses 2024 rivals former President Donald Trump and Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.). Former Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) meets with Ukrainian President Zelenskyy during a surprise visit to Kyiv.
8/4/202349 minutes, 45 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW - August 2

The country is facing its greatest stress test in generations as former President Donald Trump is set to be arraigned in Washington, DC on Thursday after being charged in Special Counsel Jack Smith’s investigation into 2020 election interference. Marc Short, former chief of staff to former Vice President Mike Pence, says former President Trump’s actions to overturn the 2020 election are “disqualifying.” He adds that Trump “bears responsibility” for posting “inflammatory” information about the vice president during the Jan. 6 riot. John Kasich, former Republican Ohio governor and 2016 presidential candidate, discusses how Donald Trump’s latest indictment could change up the 2024 ballot.
8/2/202352 minutes, 57 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — August 1

A grand jury finished weighing a potential criminal indictment of former President Trump in the special counsel’s investigation into 2020 election interference. Former U.S. Attorney Carol Lam breaks down what charges an indictment could contain. Democrats and Republicans are closely watching how the issue of abortion plays out in Ohio. House Republicans continue to pursue their investigation into Hunter Biden. The Biden administration still sees a narrow window of opportunity to reverse the attempted military coup in Niger.
8/1/202349 minutes, 55 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — July 31

Former President Donald Trump makes a defiant speech at his first rally since his latest indictment as the potential of further charges loom. Ameshia Cross, Stephen Hayes and Benjy Sarlin join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. NBC News Chief Foreign Correspondent Richard Engel reports on the latest Russian missile attack on Ukraine as a Russia blames Ukraine for drone attacks on Moscow. NBC News Correspondent Raf Sanchez discusses his interview with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
7/31/202349 minutes, 49 seconds
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Meet the Press — July 30

Former U.S. Attorney and former Senior FBI Official Chuck Rosenberg explains the latest developments in Donald Trump’s classified documents case. Former Rep. Will Hurd (R-Texas), a 2024 presidential candidate, discusses voters’ reactions to his criticism of the former president. Biden for President National Co-Chair Sen. Chris Coons (D-Del.) reacts to Republicans’ talks of an impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden.
7/30/202347 minutes, 28 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — July 28

Donald Trump faces additional charges in the Mar-a-Lago classified documents case as a potential new indictment looms. President Biden hits the road to tout his economic agenda. Never Back Down founder Ken Cuccinelli examines Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ campaign reset.
7/28/202350 minutes, 53 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — July 27

Donald Trump’s attorneys are told to expect an indictment against the former president in the special counsel’s investigation into efforts to overturn the 2020 election. Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) returns to the campaign trail after cutting 40% of his staff. CSIS Africa Program Director Mvemba Phezo Dizolele discusses the attempted coup of Niger’s president. Dean Cheng examines China’s diplomatic and economic turmoil following the abrupt removal of its foreign minister.
7/27/202351 minutes, 11 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — July 26

Hunter Biden’s plea deal falls apart in a Delaware court after the judge raised questions about the terms of the agreement. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) appeared to freeze mid-press conference, but said he was okay after being escorted away Republican leaders. Marianna Sotomayor, Symone Sanders-Townsend and Pete Seat join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable as a new poll shows 69% of GOP voters say Trump is the strongest candidate to beat Biden. Lawmakers on Capitol Hill held a hearing on unidentified aerial phenomena, also known as UAPs or UFOs, amid growing public interest about potential extraterrestrial life beyond Planet Earth.
7/26/202349 minutes, 51 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — July 25

House Speaker Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) floats around an “impeachment inquiry” on the Biden family, all while a potential third indictment for former President Trump looms. Chris Krebs, the former head of the nation’s cybersecurity agency under the DHS, spoke with the Special Counsel, NBC News confirms. Nicholas Wu, Stephanie Schriock and Brad Todd join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. The DeSantis campaign fires over 40% of its staff over concerns of burning through cash too fast. Israel passes a controversial law limiting the power of the country’s Supreme Court. President Biden signs a declaration establishing a national monument dedicated to Emmett Till and his mother. NBC News Pentagon Correspondent Courtney Kube gets special access to how U.S. Special forces are training in West Africa.
7/25/202349 minutes, 39 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — July 24

Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) gains traction in his presidential campaign as Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) falters. Jim Dornan, Tia Mitchell, Mark Murray and Faiz Shakir join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. Protests break out in Israel after Parliament passes judicial overhaul. Amy Walter joins Meet the Press NOW to discuss third-party group No Labels’ potential effect on the 2024 election. Sudan marks 100 days of fighting as the country’s humanitarian crisis worsens.
7/24/202349 minutes, 52 seconds
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July 23 — Secret wars in Somalia; Living wage with Andrew Yang

The Secret War on Terror | Meet the Press ReportsU.S. forces quietly deploy around the globe in secret missions eluding oversight.For the first time ever, the U.S. military allowed reporters and TV cameras to accompany U.S. special operations as they quietly battle one of the strongest, most brutal terror networks in the world. Courtney Kube reports from Somalia for Meet the Press Reports. How Much is a Living Wage? | Meet the Press ReportsSince 1980, most American workers have seen modest income growth, but income for the top 1% has grown much faster. Lindsey Reiser traveled to Ohio and Florida for Meet the Press Reports to hear from different families, sharing similar struggles, about what constitutes a living wage.
7/23/202354 minutes, 34 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — July 20

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. testified in front of the House Select Committee on Weaponization of Federal Government. Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-Va.) slams the hearing, calling some of its witnesses “half-crazed.” President Biden speaks in Philadelphia amid the threat of more union strikes. Dangerous heatwaves continue to blast much of the United States. Reno Mayor Hillary Schieve discusses the mental health crisis in cities across America.
7/20/202349 minutes, 36 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — July 19

Fmr. U.S. Attorney Chuck Rosenberg explains the three statutes in the target letter sent to former President Trump as part of the probe into January 6th and 2020 election interference. Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-Ill.), a member of the House Oversight Committee, discusses the IRS whistleblowers alleging the Justice Department’s probe into Hunter Biden was mishandled. Chinese President Xi Jinping says the country’s environmental policy “will never be influenced by others” following U.S. climate envoy John Kerry’s visit to the country.
7/19/202349 minutes, 40 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — July 18

Former President Donald Trump receives a letter informing him he is a target of the Special Counsel’s criminal investigation into interference with the 2020 election and the January 6th riots. His supporters, including Gov. DeSantis comes to his defense. Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announces that she has filed charges against 16 people who signed paperwork falsely claiming that Trump had won the 2020 election as part of a scheme to overturn the results. According to officials, an American soldier who is being held in North Korea walked across the border “willfully.” Olivia Beavers, Eugene Robinson and Rick Tyler joins the Meet the Press NOW roundtable.
7/18/202352 minutes, 49 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — July 17

Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) faces financial roadblocks in his presidential bid, but remains a top contender in the race following former President Donald Trump. Sarah Chamberlain, Joe Crowley, Eugene Scott and Amy Walter join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. Former Gov. Pat McCrory (R-N.C.) discusses his third-party group No Labels’ plans for the 2024 presidential election. Former Rep. Dick Gephardt (D-Mo.) joins Meet the Press NOW to push back against third party candidates. An Iowa judge issues a temporary block on the six-week abortion ban signed into law by Gov. Kim Reynolds (R-Iowa).
7/17/202350 minutes, 39 seconds
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July 16 — Sens. Dan Sullivan and Tammy Duckworth; Jake Sullivan

Sen. Dan Sullivan (R- Alaska) and Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D- Ill.), members of the Senate Armed Services Committee, exclusively join Meet the Press to discuss Sen. Tommy Tuberville’s (R-Ala.) block on military promotions. Following NATO’s summit in Lithuania, National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan talks about the war in Ukraine and U.S. military readiness. Christopher Nolan discusses modern-day lessons from his soon-to-be-released film “Oppenheimer,” 78 years after the Trinity test.
7/16/202347 minutes, 26 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – July 14

Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds signed a six-week ban on abortion as Republican presidential candidates gather in her state. The House narrowly passed the annual defense spending bill with culture war amendments added to the legislation. Thousands of Hollywood actors are on strike after their SAG-AFTRA union failed to reach an agreement with the industry’s leading studio.
7/14/202349 minutes, 53 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – July 13

As former President Trump remains GOP front-runner, President Biden assures NATO allies of U.S. stability and commitment. Deputy Pentagon Press Secretary Sabrina Singh says the Pentagon is "opening to having a dialogue with the Russian military, but ... no negotiations." Rep. Adam Smith (D-Wash.) discusses the National Defense Authorization Act. The investigation into the bag of cocaine found at the White House earlier this month is over, but with no conclusion on who is responsible.
7/13/202349 minutes, 40 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – July 12

Bill Taylor, former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine, discusses the latest from Lithuania as President Biden reaffirms the United States’ commitment to Ukraine at NATO summit. Rep. Ken Buck (R-Colo.) says Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) was “kicked out” of the Freedom Caucus after she “consistently attacked other members.” Lawmakers in Iowa pass legislation outlawing most abortions at six weeks.
7/12/202350 minutes, 53 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — July 11

NATO leaders are meeting in Vilnius, Lithuania after agreeing to invite Ukraine into the security alliance. Former U.S. Ambassador to NATO Ivo Daalder discusses the latest out of the wartime summit. Dangerous flooding is overwhelming parts of Vermont as flash floods rip across the state. Former Rep. Will Hurd (R-Texas) discusses when voters can expect to see him on the campaign trail. Senator Tommy Tuberville (R-Ala.) clarifies his remarks on white nationalism.
7/11/202349 minutes, 55 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — July 10

Turkey agrees to advance Sweden’s NATO membership. Ukraine’s Ambassador to the U.S. Oksana Markarova discusses President Biden’s decision to send cluster munitions to Ukraine. The president touts “Bidenomics” amid his re-election bid as voters zero in on the economy.
7/10/202349 minutes, 31 seconds
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July 9 — Govs. Doug Burgum and Phil Murphy

In an exclusive interview, Gov. Doug Burgum (R-N. D.) discusses his 2024 presidential campaign and how the federal government should — or shouldn’t — play a role in the culture war. Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) exclusively joins Meet the Press to discuss the Biden Economy and the president’s re-election campaign.
7/9/202347 minutes, 32 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – July 7

The world swelters under record heat. Rep. Jared Moskowitz (D-Fla.) discusses roadblocks to climate change legislation. Tomorrow marks 500 days since Russia launched its brutal invasion into Ukraine. The White House takes credit for jobs growth as polling shows most Americans disapprove of President Biden’s economic policy. LIV Golf is under scrutiny from lawmakers as the Senate Homeland Security Committee is set to hear testimony on its pending merger with the PGA Tour.
7/7/202349 minutes, 47 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – July 6

A group of former senior U.S. national security officials have held secret talks with prominent Russians believed to be close to the Kremlin, including Putin’s top diplomat, with the aim of laying the groundwork for potential negotiations to end the war in Ukraine. Conservative super PACs are looking to put a dent in Donald Trump's lead over the Republican field hitting the former president on electability and foreign policy.
7/6/202349 minutes, 40 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – July 5

Rep. Dusty Johnson (R-S.D.) discusses rising tensions with China ahead of Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen’s trip to Beijing. White House sources say a West Wing tour guest likely brought cocaine into the executive mansion. Aaron David Miller, senior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, explains what comes next after Israeli troops carry out the largest military operation in the West Bank in decades.
7/5/202349 minutes, 30 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — July 4

More mass shootings in America with 675 since last year’s July 4th shooting in Highland Park, Illinois. The prospect of escalating violence in the Mideast is a new concern as the Israeli military pushes forward with its operation to target Palestinian militants in the West Bank. Republican presidential candidates participated in Fourth of July parades in key early-voting states. The Secret Service is investigating a white powdery substance found in the White House.
7/4/202349 minutes, 49 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — July 3

The U.S. grapples with another weekend of gun violence ahead of the Fourth of July. Rep. Judy Chu (D-Calif.) talks about the political fallout of the Supreme Court's decisions on student loans and affirmative action. Former Rep. Charlie Dent (R-Pa.) and fmr. Sen. Doug Jones (D-Ala.) discuss the GOP's clash over LGBTQ issues. Shaquille Brewster reports on how inflation exasperates food insecurity among military families.
7/3/202349 minutes, 53 seconds
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July 2 — America’s fentanyl crisis

On a special edition of Meet the Press, Sens. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) and J.D. Vance (R-Ohio); and Drug Enforcement Administration head Anne Milgram discuss the urgency of the fentanyl crisis in America. Former Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot, Medical Director for Opioid Policy Research Collaborative Dr. Andrew Kolodny and former fire chief Jan Rader join the roundtable.
7/2/202347 minutes, 27 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – June 30

The Supreme Court ruled in support of a private business that refused services to a same-sex couple and struck down the Biden administration’s student loan forgiveness program. President Biden said the Supreme Court misinterpreted the Constitution in its student debt decision. Republican presidential candidates spoke at a “Mom’s for Liberty” convention in hopes of courting the controversial conservative group.
6/30/202336 minutes, 46 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – June 29

The Supreme Court has once again overturned decades of precedent in a landmark decision effectively putting an end to affirmative action at American colleges and universities. President of Howard University, Wayne Frederick discusses how this decision will impact his school. Derrick Johnson, president and CEO of the NAACP discusses a California Task Force’s final recommendations for statewide reparations for Black Californians.
6/29/202353 minutes
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Meet the Press NOW – June 28

Fmr. Ambassador Michael McFaul and Peter Baker discuss the latest developments in Russia following the aborted rebellion by the mercenary Wagner Group. Fmr. Rep. Carlos Curbelo (R-Fla.) and Democratic pollster Margie Omero break down the backlash after Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) questions Trump’s electability against Biden. Senior Biden adviser Gene Sperling explains “Bidenomics” as the president touts his economic record in Chicago address.
6/28/202349 minutes, 39 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – June 27

Former President Donald Trump lashes out at federal prosecutors after a damning audio recording surfaced of him knowingly discussing classified documents. Former U.S. Attorney Joyce Vance discusses if the former president’s legal problems could help him politically. The Supreme Court ruled in a major case that could have upended future elections. A new poll from NBC News shows former President Trump’s lasting influence on the primary electorate. Russian President Vladimir Putin delivers public remarks for the third time in just four days as he tries to address the weekend’s short-lived rebellion from the Wagner Group. The Department of Veterans Affairs announced a new equity team tasked with investigating why some veterans of color were denied military benefits.
6/27/202349 minutes, 55 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — June 26

Russian President Vladimir Putin delivers remarks following the Wagner rebellion. New NBC News poll data shows former President Trump’s lead over fellow Republican presidential candidates is growing. Benjy Sarlin, Juanita Tolliver and Rick Tyler join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. Rep. Jim Clyburn (D-S.C.) joins Meet the Press NOW to discuss President Joe Biden and the Democratic election outlook.
6/26/202350 minutes, 41 seconds
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June 25 — Sec. of State Antony Blinken, Sen. Amy Klobuchar and Rep. Don Bacon

Secretary of State Antony Blinken joins Meet the Press to react to the mutiny led by the Wagner Group’s leader Yevgeny Prigozhin and discuss his recent visit to China to meet with top officials, including President Xi Jinping. Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) discusses support for President Biden among voters and whether his son Hunter should have attended a state dinner. In an exclusive interview, Rep. Don Bacon (R-Neb.) weighs in on GOP support for Ukraine and former President Trump's standing in the 2024 primary.
6/25/202347 minutes, 28 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – June 23

President Biden faces a potential 2024 campaign problem as he deals with a sinking job approval rating and the legal issues surrounding his son, Hunter Biden. Republican presidential candidates addressed evangelical voters at the Faith and Freedom Coalition's conference. The Supreme Court backed the Biden administration’s authority to decide what to prioritize its immigration and deportation policy.
6/23/202349 minutes, 40 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — June 22

India Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses Congress in a controversial state visit to the U.S. amid human rights concerns. Senior advisor to the Asia Program at the U.S. Institute of Peace Vikram Singh discusses the future of U.S.-India relations as America’s tensions with China and Russia grow. NBC News’ Kristen Dahlgren reports the latest in the investigation into the Titanic tourist submersible. Kiersten Todt discusses cybersecurity concerns ahead of the 2024 election.
6/22/202349 minutes, 59 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — June 21

ProPublica reporter Justin Elliott discusses his reporting on Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito’s ties to billionaire Paul Singer. NBC News' Ron Allen reports the latest developments in the search for the missing Titanic tourist submersible. Former Education Sec. Arne Duncan examines a decades-low drop in national math and reading scores among American students.
6/21/202349 minutes, 54 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – June 20

Hunter Biden reached a plea agreement with federal prosecutors in Delaware after a year-long investigation, marking the first time the Justice Department has brought charges against the child of the sitting president. Former Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D-N.D.) and former Rep. Charlie Dent (R-Pa.) discuss Robert F. Kennedy Jr., the closest thing President Biden has to a challenger for the Democratic presidential nomination. Colombia’s Ambassador to the U.S. Luis Gilberto Murillo discusses the current situation surrounding refugees in his country on World Refugee Day.
6/20/202349 minutes, 53 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — June 19

Secretary of State Antony Blinken meets with Chinese President Xi Jinping, signaling the potential for a later meeting between Xi and President Joe Biden. Cornell Belcher, Brendan Buck and Tia Mitchell join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. Historian Lonnie Bunch discusses Juneteenth and the prospect of reparations for Black Americans.
6/19/202349 minutes, 48 seconds
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June 18 — Former Vice President Mike Pence

Former Vice President Mike Pence joins Meet the Press for an exclusive interview to weigh in on the federal indictment of his former boss, former President Donald Trump, and his own campaign for the 2024 Republican nomination.
6/18/202347 minutes, 29 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – June 16

Former President Trump continues to dominate the political conversation as Republican presidential candidates navigate how to address his latest indictment. Former Gov. Asa Hutchinson discusses his quest to get on the primary debate stage. The Justice Department found a pattern of civil rights violations by the Minneapolis Police Department.
6/16/202349 minutes, 25 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — June 15

As Trump faces his indictment, the 2024 GOP primary field continues to grow, raising questions about whether candidates will rally around — or against — the former president. Richard Engel previews his exclusive interview with Ukrainian President Zelenskyy. Dan De Luce reports on the latest cybersecurity hack on the U.S. government.
6/15/202349 minutes, 44 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — June 14

After his federal indictment, a few GOP primary opponents have taken their first — and very gentle — swings at Trump’s handling of classified documents, while many others have defended him. Laura Jarrett and Danny Cevallos break down developments in the other Trump investigations. For the first time since March of last year, the Federal Reserve paused interest rate hikes but suggested that rates would rise more in 2023. Michael Allen, former Senior Director at the National Security Council in the Bush Administration, discusses Secretary of State Blinken’s long-awaited trip to Beijing.
6/14/202349 minutes, 54 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — June 13

Trump becomes the first-ever former president to be arraigned on federal charges. Two open investigations in Washington and Georgia mean this may not be the last indictment for the former president, who remains the front-runner for the Republican Party’s presidential nomination.
6/13/202330 minutes, 31 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — June 12

Former President Donald Trump returns to Florida in preparation for his arraignment for charges related to his alleged mishandling of classified documents. Congressional Republicans and fellow GOP presidential candidates speak out against Trump’s indictment. Cook Political Report Editor-in-Chief Amy Walter joins Meet the Press NOW to discuss what the tense moments surrounding Trump’s indictments could mean for the 2024 election. Daniella Diaz, Juanita Tolliver and Rick Tyler join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable.
6/12/202350 minutes, 45 seconds
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BONUS: Rachel Maddow Presents: Déjà News

As a bonus for listeners, we’re sharing a special preview of “Rachel Maddow Presents: Déjà News,” a new original podcast series from MSNBC. In each episode, Rachel Maddow and co-host Isaac-Davy Aronson seek a deeper understanding of a story in today's headlines by asking: Has anything like this ever happened before? Would knowing that help us grapple with what’s happening now… and what might happen next? Listen to the first episode now and follow the series: https://link.chtbl.com/rmpdn_fdlw
6/12/20235 minutes, 11 seconds
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June 11 — The A.I. Revolution

Jacy Reese Anthis talks about America's "HAL moment" with artificial intelligence. Kathleen Haase and Travis Cloyd break down how Hollywood is working to make actors live forever. Anders Grimstad lays out whether we will be able to keep track of synthetic media flooding our spaces. Jacob Ward asks Google's former CEO whether A.I. builders can be regulated.
6/11/202347 minutes, 30 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – June 9

Former President Donald Trump indicted on federal charges relating to his handling of classified documents. Republican presidential primary rivals responded to Trump’s indictment while he remains the current frontrunner for the nomination.
6/9/202356 minutes, 54 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — June 8

A federal grand jury in Florida hears evidence in special counsel Jack Smith’s investigation of former President Trump’s handling of classified documents. The Supreme Court strikes down Alabama’s GOP-drawn congressional map. NBC News’ Steve Kornacki looks back at the political influence of conservative evangelist Pat Robertson, who died Thursday.
6/8/202349 minutes, 47 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — June 7

The 2024 Republican presidential primary field grows as former Vice President Mike Pence and North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum enter the race. Air quality in New York and areas along the east coast drop sharply as smoke from wildfires in Canada move south. Sally Jenkins examines the stunning merger between the PGA Tour and rival LIV Golf.
6/7/202350 minutes, 56 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – June 6

Former New Jersey Republican Governor Chris Christie has officially filed paperwork for a 2024 presidential run, pitching himself as “unafraid” to take on former President Trump. Russia and Ukraine are trading blame for another major attack after a dam on the Dnipro River collapsed, causing major destruction. NBC News caught up with Special Counsel Jack Smith as a federal grand jury considers potential charges against former President Trump. The state of California is launching an investigation after two planes of migrants arrived in Sacramento. California Attorney General Rob Bonta discusses the “morally bankrupt” program used to move migrants across state lines.
6/6/202349 minutes, 10 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — June 5

Former Vice President Mike Pence files papers to enter the Republican presidential field after candidates traveled to Iowa over the weekend. Gov. Chris Sununu (R-N.H.) announces he will not enter the presidential race. Brendan Buck, Stephanie Schriock and Eugene Scott join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. The grand jury in an investigation into former President Donald Trump’s handling of classified documents prepares to meet later this week. Rep. Jared Moskowitz (D-Fla.) joins Meet the Press NOW to discuss the debt ceiling, gas stoves and gun violence.
6/5/202349 minutes, 43 seconds
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June 4 — Sen. Joe Manchin, Sen. Mike Rounds and Timothy Parlatore

Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) discusses the debt ceiling bill and the inclusion of provisions for the Mountain Valley Pipeline. In an exclusive interview with Meet the Press, Sen. Mike Rounds (R-S.D.) reviews defense spending caps in the bipartisan debt deal. Former Trump attorney Timothy Parlatore joins exclusively to give insight into ongoing investigations into the former president. After nine years as moderator of Meet the Press, Chuck Todd announces he will step down at the end of summer.
6/4/202347 minutes, 45 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – June 2

President Biden celebrates a bipartisan debt ceiling deal as Republican presidential frontrunners former President Trump and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis sparred on the campaign trail. Large companies are facing public backlash for their support of the LGBTQ community. Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti discusses the heightened tensions in the country’s north involving ethnic Serbs.
6/2/202349 minutes, 5 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – June 1

Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) is barnstorming early states, facing new questions about his campaign's strength and strategy. Adm. John Kirby, strategic communications coordinator for the National Security Council, joins Meet the Press NOW to discuss Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s renewed push for his country to join NATO, and America’s response to the ongoing conflict.
6/1/202351 minutes, 1 second
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Meet the Press NOW – May 31

Despite opposition and outrage, the deal to raise the debt ceiling is finally heading to a House vote. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg says no one got their full “wish list” in negotiations and Rep. Bob Good (R-Va.) discusses his opposition to the deal after it cleared a key procedural hurdle. Toluse Olorunnipa, former Congressman Andy Levin (D-Mich.) and Danielle Pletka join the roundtable as Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) touts his culture war record on the trail in Iowa for the first time as a presidential candidate. Wyoming Republican Party member Susan Stubson, who wrote an op-ed warning of growing Christian nationalism, discusses the fading line between religion and law in the U.S.
5/31/202350 minutes, 58 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — May 30

With less than a week to go until the government defaults, the House Rules Committee is debating whether or not to send the deal to the floor for a vote. Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-Mich.) says she “is angry” about being “held hostage” with the debt ceiling negotiations. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is moving his presidential campaign off the internet and into Iowa. Russia is reworking its military tactics ahead of an imminent Ukrainian counteroffensive. Retired Lieutenant General Steph Twitty discusses Moscow’s unrelenting assaults on Kyiv. Representative Ken Buck (R-Colo.) predicts a debt deal will pass even with the vast majority of House Republicans likely rejecting it.
5/30/202350 minutes, 51 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — May 29

Congressional leaders on both sides of the aisle remain unsatisfied with President Joe Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy's debt ceiling deal as the default deadline nears. Rep. Dusty Johnson (R-S.D.) and Rep. Adam Smith (D-Wash.) join Meet the Press NOW to discuss the debt ceiling deal. WCAU Correspondent Lucy Bustamante reports on one veteran's efforts to remember and honor fallen soldiers.
5/29/202349 minutes, 48 seconds
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May 28 – Crisis in the Court

On a special edition of Meet the Press, Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-R.I.), chair of the Judiciary Committee’s subcommittee on the Federal Courts, and former Senator Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) discuss ethical concerns with the Supreme Court and how Congress contributed to a contentious confirmation process. Former clerks Jennifer Mascott and Andrew Crespo talk about the internal dynamics and transparency of the Court. Supreme Court reporters Laura Jarrett, Nina Totenberg, Joan Biskupic and Dahlia Lithwick join the roundtable.
5/28/202347 minutes, 37 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — May 25

Microsoft Vice Chair and President Brad Smith discusses the future of artificial intelligence and guardrails for AI tools like ChatGPT. Former Head of Sovereign Ratings at S&P John Chambers warns a debt default now would be like “Lehman on steroids.” Former U.S. Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul discusses Russian mercenary leader Yevgeniy Prigozhin’s warning to Moscow.
5/25/202349 minutes, 41 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — May 24

Governor Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) officially files the paperwork and is preparing to announce he's running for president. Ken Cuccinelli reacts to the anticipated bid and former Gov. John Kasich (R-Ohio) discusses what a winning strategy looks like for the Republican Party. After multiple long days and late nights behind closed doors at the Capitol, debt ceiling talks have now shifted down Pennsylvania Avenue to the White House. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (I-Ariz.) speaks out about her plans in 2024 and the crisis at the Southern border in an exclusive interview with NBC News.
5/24/202350 minutes
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Meet the Press NOW — May 23

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) is set to announce a presidential run in an event on Twitter with Elon Musk. Rep. David Valadao (R-Calif.) discusses ongoing debt ceiling negotiations ahead of a June default deadline. South Carolina’s state Senate debates a six-week abortion bill as more women join sue a suit against Texas over its abortion laws.
5/23/202350 minutes, 50 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — May 22

Debt ceiling negotiations continue as President Biden returns from Asia early ahead of a looming June default deadline. Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) discusses his 2024 presidential bid with NBC News’ Tom Llamas. Sen. Tom Carper (D-Del.) says he won’t run for re-election, opening up another Senate seat as Democrats face a difficult 2024 map to hold onto their narrow majority.
5/22/202349 minutes, 48 seconds
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May 21 — Gov. Roy Cooper, Rep. Byron Donalds and Treasury Sec. Janet Yellen

Gov. Roy Cooper (R-N.C.) exclusively joins Meet the Press to discuss the impacts the abortion discussion will have on the presidential election. Rep. Byron Donalds (R-Fla.) also joins exclusively to give the inside look at debt ceiling negotiations and his thoughts on Ron DeSantis and Donald Trump in 2024. Treasury Sec. Janet Yellen addresses the June 1 debt ceiling deadline and whether negotiations are on track or fallen apart.
5/21/202347 minutes, 27 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — May 19

Former U.S. Amb. to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch discusses Ukrainian President Zelenskyy’s global outreach for support in Ukraine’s war. Symone Sanders-Townsend, Nicholas Wu and Danielle Pletka join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable to discuss the latest on the debt ceiling negotiations and the expanding 2024 Republican presidential field.
5/19/202349 minutes, 37 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — May 18

More GOP-led statehouses make moves toward restricting abortion. G7 leaders meet in Japan. A Supreme Court ruling essentially sidesteps the issue of whether internet companies should no longer be immune from lawsuits over users' content.
5/18/202349 minutes, 46 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — May 16

Congressional leaders voice their frustration after wrapping up a meeting at the White House on debt ceiling negotiations. Rep. Jared Golden (D-Maine) discusses why President Biden and congressional leaders remain at an impasse on a deal. Dueling hearings on artificial intelligence were held this morning on Capitol Hill as Washington grapples with how to regulate the emerging technology. Ukrainian Member of Parliament Kira Rudik talks about President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s ongoing effort to secure more weapons ahead of a planned counter-offensive.
5/16/202352 minutes, 53 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — May 15

Border communities prepare for migrant surge following the end of Title 42 restrictions. Negotiations over the debt limit are set to continue as the “X-date” draws closer. Special Counsel John Durham releases his report on the Trump-Russia investigation. Stephen Hayes, Benjy Sarlin and Juanita Tolliver join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable.
5/15/202350 minutes, 2 seconds
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May 14 — Sen. Chris Murphy, fmr. Rep. Will Hurd and Russell Moore

Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) exclusively joins Meet the Press as his party divides over the debt ceiling fight and President Biden’s border policies. Former Rep. Will Hurd (R-Texas) discusses former President Trump’s role in the Republican Party in an exclusive interview. Editor in Chief of “Christianity Today” Russell Moore, reacts to the GOP’s defense of Trump after the former president was found liable for sexual abuse in the E. Jean Carroll case.
5/14/202347 minutes, 27 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — May 12

Migrants attempt to seek asylum at the southern border following the end of Title 42. President Biden and congressional leaders postponed a meeting to discuss the debt limit as talks continue behind the scenes. UNICEF’s executive director discusses conditions on the ground in Sudan amid its worsening humanitarian crisis.
5/12/202350 minutes, 7 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — May 11

As Title 42 is set to lift at midnight ET Thursday, Rep. Vincente Gonzalez (D-Texas) criticizes the Biden administration's approach at the border, and El Paso Mayor Oscar Leeser discusses the strain his town faces. President Biden's planned debt ceiling meeting at White House on Friday was postponed. Former President Trump ignites debate after making comments on abortion access, former Vice President Mike Pence and E. Jean Carroll.
5/11/202350 minutes, 43 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — May 9

Rep. Haley Stevens (D-Mich.) discusses ongoing budget negotiations between President Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy as national debt default looms. Former President Trump plans to appeal a civil suit after he was found liable for sexual abuse and defamation. With Title 42 set to expire on Thursday, officials are preparing in anticipation of a surge of migrant crossings.
5/9/202353 minutes, 57 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – May 8

Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-Texas) discusses how border communities are preparing for the end of Title 42 and responds to dual tragedies in Texas — a car ramming in Brownsville and a mass shooting near Dallas. NBC News’ Guad Venegas speaks with migrants at the border. NBC News’ Ellison Barber reports the latest on Russian drone attacks on Kyiv ahead of Victory Day.
5/8/202350 minutes
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Meet the Press NOW — May 5

A migrant surge is expected at the southern border with the expiration of Title 42, a pandemic-era policy that blocked migrants from crossing the southern border. Former Secretary of Defense and Senator Chuck Hagel joins Chuck Todd to discuss hyper-partisanship in Washington. Russian military leaders appear at odds during the fight in Bakhmut.
5/5/202349 minutes, 44 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – May 4

Sen. Ben Cardin (D-Md.) calls for an ethics standard for the Supreme Court following additional revelations about Justice Clarence Thomas’ financial dealings with megadonor Harlan Crow. White House Science Adviser Arati Prabhakar discusses the Biden administration’s artificial intelligence initiative.
5/4/202350 minutes, 52 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — May 2

As the countdown to a potentially disastrous government default continues, Republicans are demanding spending cuts in exchange for raising the debt limit. Representative Brendan Boyle (D-Pa.) calls on House GOP members to sign onto a discharge petition to push forward a debt ceiling bill. Hollywood writers are on strike, demanding better pay and security in the age of streaming and artificial intelligence. The ACLU is suing the speaker of the Montana House after a transgender lawmaker was censured.
5/2/202349 minutes, 51 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — May 1

First Republic Bank is sold to JP Morgan in the second largest U.S. bank failure in history. President Joe Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy remain in stalemate over the debt limit. Brendan Buck, Peter Baker and Juanita Tolliver join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. Cook Political Report Editor-in-Chief Amy Walter joins Meet the Press NOW to discuss Gov. Ron DeSantis’ (R-Fla.) and Sen. Tim Scott’s (R-S.C.) presidential prospects.
5/1/202349 minutes, 55 seconds
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April 30 — Sec. Mayorkas, Vivek Ramaswamy and Luke Russert

Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas exclusively joins Meet the Press to discuss border security ahead of Title 42 expiring. Entrepreneur and Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy talks about how his campaign will be different than former President Trump’s. Luke Russert discusses his new book, "Look for Me There: Grieving My Father, Finding Myself."
4/30/202347 minutes, 27 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — April 28

President Biden and former President Trump need each other to survive on the campaign trail. The clock is ticking on a potential government default if House Republicans and the White House fail to agree on raising the nation’s borrowing limit. Former Vice President Mike Pence testified before a federal grand jury that is investigating Trump’s role in Jan. 6.
4/28/202349 minutes, 17 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – April 27

Rep. Byron Donalds (R-Fla.) discusses Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s debt limit bill and Disney’s suit against Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis. Former President Donald Trump heads to New Hampshire. NBC News' Courtney Kube and Ellison Barber report the latest on the leaked Pentagon documents and the war in Ukraine.
4/27/202350 minutes, 39 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – April 25

President Biden officially announces he is running for re-election. Rep. Jim Clyburn (D-S.C.) discusses Biden’s campaign strategy as the 2024 race shapes up to be a re-run of 2020. Rep. Steve Womack (R-Ark.) speaks about House Speaker McCarthy’s debt limit fight.
4/25/202348 minutes, 38 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — April 24

President Joe Biden indicates that a 2024 announcement could come soon. The House of Representatives is set to vote on the debt limit this week, but Speaker Kevin McCarthy may not have the votes he needs. Stephen Hayes, Symone Sanders-Townsend and Eugene Scott join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable. Secretary of State Antony Blinken announces a 72-hour ceasefire in Sudan. Susan Stigant, Director of Africa Programs at the U.S. Institute of Peace, joins Meet the Press NOW.
4/24/202349 minutes, 46 seconds
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April 23 — Gov. Chris Sununu and Sen. Dick Durbin

Gov. Chris Sununu (R-N.H.) joins Meet the Press to discuss the state of the Republican Party heading into the 2024 presidential election cycle. Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) discusses President Biden’s potential re-election campaign and judicial ethics in the Supreme Court. Plus, the panel discusses the latest NBC News national poll.
4/23/202347 minutes, 28 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — April 21

President Biden and former President Donald Trump could face off again in 2024. The Supreme Court is set to rule on an abortion pill case that may impact abortion access and electoral politics across the country. Denver Mayor Michael Hancock joins Chuck Todd on set.
4/21/202349 minutes, 41 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – April 20

Former Gov. John Kasich (R-Ohio) and former Rep. Francis Rooney (R-Fla.) discuss Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ likely match up with former President Donald Trump in the GOP presidential primary. Rep. Ro Khanna (D-Calif.) defends his calls for Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) to resign and shares takeaways from war game simulations playing out a potential Chinese invasion of Taiwan.  
4/20/202349 minutes, 57 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — April 18

Reps. Darin LaHood (R-Ill.) and Mike Quigley (D-Ill.) discuss how a divided Congress can come together to pass a debt ceiling plan. Fox News and Dominion Voting Systems reach a $787.5 million settlement, narrowly avoiding a trial. Former Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson launches a 2024 presidential campaign. A white homeowner who shot a 16-year-old black teen who knocked on his door Friday is now in police custody.
4/18/202355 minutes, 59 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — April 17

House Republicans rally around former President Donald Trump, defending him against the charges he faces in New York. Tensions mount between Republicans and the White House as the threat of exceeding the debt limit looms. Cook Political Report Editor-in-Chief Amy Walter discusses the Republican 2024 field and a new ad for Ron DeSantis. Margie Omero, Eugene Scott and Rick Tyler join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable.
4/17/202349 minutes, 33 seconds
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April 16 – Sens. Baldwin, Cassidy and Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu

Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis.) joins Meet the Press to discuss a Texas judge’s controversial ruling on the abortion pill mifepristone. Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) talks about the Republican Party’s take on the ruling and the GOP's views on anti-abortion rights legislation. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu joins amid protests over his proposed changes to Israel’s judicial system.
4/16/202347 minutes, 29 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — April 14

The Supreme Court temporarily blocked a Texas ruling that would have pulled Mifepristone, a common abortion drug, off the shelves across the country. Potential 2024 presidential candidate Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) signed a 6-week abortion ban in Florida as he struggles to find his footing in Trump’s Republican party.
4/14/202352 minutes, 33 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — April 12

In an effort to quiet dissent from Democrats on the issue of gun reform, Republicans have instead given the so-called “Tennessee Three” a national platform. Louisville Mayor Craig Greenberg joined Meet the Press NOW to discuss why he is cautiously optimistic that elected officials are ready to take action after the bank shooting that left five dead.
4/12/202349 minutes, 47 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — April 11

John Brennan, former CIA director and NBC News senior national security and intelligence analyst, discusses the blowout from the recent Pentagon documents leak and measures the intelligence community is taking to prevent a similar incident. Retired Lieutenant General and NBC News Military Analyst Stephen Twitty explains the damage the leak may have on our relationship with Ukraine. NBC News Capitol Hill Correspondent Julie Tsirkin speaks to three Republican lawmakers who are introducing a new bill targeting human trafficking.
4/11/202347 minutes, 58 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — April 10

The White House braces for a legal battle over medication abortion following two opposing court rulings. Biden teases a 2024 re-election bid. Sarah Chamberlain, Juanita Tolliver and Nicholas Wu join the Meet the Press NOW roundtable.
4/10/202349 minutes, 56 seconds
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April 9 – Former state Reps. Justin Jones and Justin Pearson; James Trusty; Rep. Mike McCaul

Former state Reps. Justin Jones (D-Tenn.) and Justin J. Pearson (D-Tenn.) join Meet the Press to discuss their expulsions from the Tennessee legislature. Attorney for former President Trump James Trusty discusses the ongoing investigation into classified documents found at Trump’s Florida home. Rep. Mike McCaul (R-Texas) reacts to escalating tensions between Taiwan and China after meeting with Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen this week.
4/9/202347 minutes, 31 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — April 7

Two Tennessee Democrats were expelled from the state House of Representatives after participating in mass shooting protests. Former Gov. Asa Hutchinson is the latest Republican to join the 2024 presidential race. 
4/7/202351 minutes, 44 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — April 4

Former President Donald Trump is facing 34 felony counts of falsifying business records in the first degree, all of which he is pleading not guilty to. Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s indictment focuses on the Stormy Daniels case. Former Manhattan Assistant District Attorney Dan Horwitz and former U.S. Attorney Chuck Rosenberg discuss how “Trump’s hush-money case” will play out and the potential star witnesses.
4/4/202320 minutes, 26 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — April 3

Former President Donald Trump arrives in New York to face charges in the Manhattan District Attorney’s case over alleged hush money payments. The Chinese spy balloon that passed over the U.S. in February gathered intelligence from sensitive military sites, reports NBC News Correspondent Carol Lam. Wisconsin and Chicago voters prepare to hit the polls Tuesday in elections that could shape major issues in the regions.
4/3/202353 minutes, 43 seconds
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April 2 — Cyrus Vance; Sen. Joe Manchin; NCAA Pres. Charlie Baker

Former Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance exclusively joins Meet the Press to discuss the indictment of Trump. Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) follows with his perspective on the criminal charges facing the former president and his own plans for 2024. NCAA President and former GOP Governor of Massachusetts Charlie Baker provides a breakdown of the league’s new NIL rules and what they mean for athletes, colleges and Congress.
4/2/202347 minutes, 29 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — March 31

President Donald Trump’s indictment by the Manhattan District Attorney became a rallying cry among Republican lawmakers and potential 2024 presidential rivals. Michael Cohen’s attorney Lanny Davis discusses his client’s testimony in the investigation into the former president.
3/31/202352 minutes, 59 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW – March 29

A rare clash between U.S. and Israeli leaders raises thorny questions about the intertwined fates of two of the world’s most important democracies. The Culture War ramps up as the last unifying link inside the Republican Party. President of the American Federation of Teachers Randi Weingarten discusses the growing politicization of education.
3/29/202350 minutes, 43 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — March 28

The shooter who killed six at the Covenant School in Nashville, Tennessee was under care for an emotional disorder and able to legally obtain seven guns. Rep. Brad Sherman (D-Calif.) calls the Silicon Valley Bank failure a result of mismanagement and a lack of regulation from Congress. Former Vice President Mike Pence is set to testify before a grand jury about the former president’s efforts to overturn the 2020 election. Ambassador Dennis Ross, counselor at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy discusses the widespread demonstrations that paralyzed Israel.
3/28/202349 minutes, 47 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — March 27

A shooting at a Nashville Christian school leaves at least six people dead. Taiwan Caucus Chairs Reps. Ami Bera (D-Calif.) and Andy Barr (R-Ky.) discuss growing power struggles between the U.S. and China as Honduras breaks diplomatic ties with Taiwan for Beijing. Professor Amichai Cohen examines Israel’s judicial crisis.
3/27/202350 minutes, 35 seconds
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March 26 — Joe Tacopina, Preet Bharara and Gov. Spencer Cox

Defense attorney Joe Tacopina, who is representing Trump in the Manhattan DA’s investigation of his 2016 hush money payment to Stormy Daniels, discusses the case against the former president in an exclusive interview with Meet the Press. Former federal prosecutor Preet Bharara provides additional legal analysis of the possible indictment. Gov. Spencer Cox (R-Utah) talks about his state’s new social media regulations for minors.
3/26/202347 minutes, 33 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — March 24

Trump attorneys testify before a federal grand jury after a judge rules the former president cannot claim executive privilege. The U.S. conducts counter-strikes in response to attacks on a coalition base in Syria. Protests continue in Israel after Netanyahu’s judicial overhaul.
3/24/202349 minutes, 57 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — March 22

With no force inside the GOP that appears to have the will or ability to deny Donald Trump the 2024 presidential nomination, the biggest obstacles in his path seems to be criminal investigations. Senator Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis.) explains the pieces of legislation Congress is looking at to ban TikTok and why a simple warning label might not be sufficient.
3/23/202350 minutes, 55 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — March 21

Former U.S. Attorney and Senior FBI Official Chuck Rosenberg discusses an unusual New York law that could impact the probe into former President Trump. Former U.S. Ambassador-at-Large for War Crimes Issues, Stephen Rapp says cooperation between the U.S. and other major nations will be crucial in holding Russian President Vladimir Putin accountable for war crimes in Ukraine. TikTok is in limbo as bipartisan calls for a ban on the social media app continue to grow.
3/21/202349 minutes, 57 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — March 20

Robert Costello testifies before a New York grand jury in former President Donald Trump's favor in the Manhattan DA investigation into alleged hush money. Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping meet in Moscow.
3/20/202349 minutes, 51 seconds
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March 19 — Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Mike Rounds

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), a member of the Banking and Finance Committee, joins Meet the Press to discuss the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and the responsibility of the Federal Reserve in the aftermath. Sen. Mike Rounds (R-S.D.) joins for an exclusive interview to discuss the U.S.'s growing tension with China and Russia.
3/19/202347 minutes, 31 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — March 17

The U.S. Justice Department probes allegations TikTok spied on journalists while the Biden Administration weighs banning the app due to national security concerns. The International Criminal Court submitted an arrest warrant for Vladimir Putin for his alleged involvement in war crimes in Ukraine. Former Vice Chair of the FDIC Thomas Hoenig discusses the $30B infusion that bigger banks provided First Republic Bank and the continued effects of the Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank collapse.
3/17/202350 minutes, 19 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — March 14

Rep. Jamaal Bowman (D-N.Y.) discusses progressives’ support for President Biden’s 2024 run. The Department of Justice and SEC are investigating Silicon Valley Bank’s collapse as the stability of the nation’s banking system comes into question. The State Department is dealing with a “pattern of dangerous actions” by Russia after an intercept by two Russian fighter jets. Congress members are questioning how drugstores will dispense the abortion pill.
3/14/202350 minutes
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Meet the Press NOW — March 13

Rep. Judy Chu (D-Calif.) discusses President Biden’s visit to Monterey Park, California to address gun violence following the Lunar New Year mass shooting that killed 11 people. A number of regional banks sustain heavy losses in trading following several tumultuous days for the U.S. banking system. President Biden announces a nuclear submarine deal alongside U.K. Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese.
3/13/202349 minutes, 41 seconds
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March 12 — Sens. Bob Menendez and Kevin Cramer; Sheila Bair

Senate Foreign Relations Chairman Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) and Sen. Kevin Cramer (R-N.D.) exclusively join Meet the Press to discuss violence in Mexico and tensions with China. Former FDIC Chair Sheila Bair and CNBC Senior Economics Reporter Steve Liesman talk about the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank.
3/12/202347 minutes, 30 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — March 10

Silicon Valley Bank, one of the tech sector’s largest lenders, is shut down by regulators. Ron DeSantis makes his Iowa debut. National Security Council spokesperson John Kirby discusses Ukraine and U.S. relations with Mexico.
3/10/202349 minutes, 54 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — March 7

Rep. Adriano Espaillat (D-Calif.) discusses the possibility of reviving a pandemic-era migrant detention policy. Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are expressing outrage over January 6th footage handed over by House Speaker Kevin McCarthy. NBC News Correspondent Yamiche Alcindor speaks to one of the plaintiffs in the Texas abortion lawsuit.
3/7/202349 minutes, 44 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — March 6

Potential 2024 Republican presidential candidates including former President Donald Trump and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis ramped up their campaign messaging at CPAC over the weekend. President Joe Biden has “no plans on the books” to visit East Palestine, Ohio following the toxic train derailment despite promises to do so. D.C. Council Chairman Phil Mendelson discusses his decision to withdraw a crime bill opposed by congressional Republicans.
3/6/202343 minutes, 36 seconds
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March 5 — Reps. Mike Turner and Jim Himes, Gov. Chris Sununu

House Intel Chair Mike Turner (R-Ohio) and Ranking Member Jim Himes (D-Conn.) join for an exclusive joint interview to discuss classified documents and intelligence that China is considering providing Russia lethal aid for use in Ukraine. Gov. Chris Sununu (R-N.H.) exclusively joins Meet the Press to discuss his potential entry into the 2024 Republican primary field.
3/5/202347 minutes, 29 seconds
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Meet the Press NOW — March 3

Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser discusses President Biden’s decision to allow Congress to nullify a District crime bill. Walgreens says it won’t distribute abortion pills in 20 states, including some where abortion is legal. Deputy National Security Adviser Anne Neuberger outlines the nation’s biggest cybersecurity vulnerabilities.
3/3/202349 minutes, 37 seconds
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MTP NOW March 2 — Biden won’t veto D.C. crime law; Rep. Jake Auchincloss; CPAC 2023

President Biden told Senate Democrats he won't veto a measure designed to undo changes to D.C. crime law. Rep. Jake Auchincloss (D-Mass.) discusses why he believes Chinese intelligence campaigns suggest they’re trying to set the rules for an international order. CPAC attendees huddled around Sens. Ted Cruz, J.D. Vance, Rep. Lauren Boebert and conservative firebrands Steve Bannon and Kimberly Guilfoyle, on Day 1 of the meeting.
3/2/202349 minutes, 58 seconds
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MTP NOW Feb. 28 — Sen. Chris Murphy; Rep. Dan Newhouse; CPAC exodus

President Biden turns back to domestic policy as issues with China, Ukraine and Russia overshadow. Prominent Republicans are skipping CPAC. The House committee investigating China prepares for its first primetime hearing.
2/28/202345 minutes, 4 seconds
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MTP NOW Feb. 27 — China lab leak questions; Slotkin runs for Senate; DeSantis, Haley, Pence hit trail

U.S. officials are sending a warning to China as the country considers sending military aid to Russia. The Republican presidential primary field is heating up as former Vice President Mike Pence, Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) and former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley take to the campaign trail.
2/27/202349 minutes, 25 seconds
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Feb. 26 — National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan and Sen. Dan Sullivan

National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan joins Meet the Press to discuss China's involvement in Russia's invasion of Ukraine as the conflict passes its one-year mark. Sen. Dan Sullivan (R-Alaska), member of the Armed Services Committee, exclusively joins to discuss the war and relations with China after the spy balloon recovery.
2/26/202347 minutes, 28 seconds
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MTP NOW Feb. 24 — GOP’s abortion problem; Ukraine anniversary; Chinese jet intercepts U.S. aircraft

2024 GOP primary will highlight abortion debate, almost as much as 2022 midterms did. NBC News chief foreign correspondent Richard Engel discusses the "poor quality" of Russian advancement into Ukraine, one year after the invasion began. NBC News correspondent Janis Mackey Frayer retells her experience aboard a U.S. aircraft intercepted by Chinese fighter jet.
2/24/202347 minutes, 53 seconds
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MTP NOW Feb. 23 — U.S. refocuses on Taiwan; Rep. Dusty Johnson (R-S.D.); Rep. Jared Golden (D-Maine)

The Biden administration reportedly plans to deploy more troops to Taiwan, setting up an escalation in tensions with Beijing. Rep. Dusty Johnson (R-S.D.) discusses why the Chinese “pattern of aggression” increases the likelihood they may align themselves with Russia. Rep. Jared Golden (D-Maine) explains why a bipartisan congressional group is calling for President Biden to send fighter jets to Ukraine.
2/23/202349 minutes, 41 seconds
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MTP NOW Feb. 22 — Russia-China meeting; fmr. National Security Adviser Stephen Hadley

After meeting with China’s top diplomat at the Kremlin, President Vladimir Putin announced President Xi Jinping plans to visit Russia, saying relations between the two countries have reached new frontiers amid U.S. concerns Beijing could provide material support to the invasion of Ukraine. Michael McFaul and Garry Kasparov discuss the growing relationship between China and Russia and the potential political effects of American involvement in Ukraine.
2/22/202346 minutes, 36 seconds
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MTP NOW Feb. 21 — Warsaw mayor praises Biden remarks on war in Ukraine

Rafal Trzaskowski, the mayor of Warsaw, Poland, calls President Biden’s visit to Ukraine and speech “important for the stability of the world.” The Fulton County District Attorney’s decision on the 2020 election interference probe could impact the 2024 candidate pool.
2/21/202345 minutes, 8 seconds
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MTP NOW Feb. 20 — Rep. Garamendi, Biden in Ukraine, Carter in hospice

As President Biden visited Kyiv, Russia has begun a “gradual” offensive, supported by artillery and heavy troop presence. Rep. John Garamendi (D-Calif.) says “China’s going to be very careful.” President Carter appeared on Meet the Press in 1996 and said that Washington had become “much less responsible” since he left office. 
2/20/202346 minutes, 11 seconds
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Feb. 19 — Sec. Antony Blinken and fmr. Gov. Larry Hogan

Secretary of State Antony Blinken joins Meet the Press to discuss China's surveillance balloon and U.S. support for the war in Ukraine ahead of the one-year anniversary of the Russian invasion. Former Gov. Larry Hogan (R-Md.) exclusively joins to discuss the 2024 presidential election and a potential bid following former South Carolina GOP Gov. Nikki Haley's entrance to the race.
2/19/202347 minutes, 26 seconds
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MTP NOW Feb. 17 — New uncertainty on artificial intelligence; Trump and DeSantis outpace 2024 field

Congressional leaders look to regulate artificial intelligence. Former President Trump and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis maintain their lead in the Republican presidential field.
2/17/202350 minutes, 3 seconds
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MTP NOW Feb. 16 — Biden addresses unidentified objects; Georgia grand jury report

President Biden defended his administration's handling of the high-altitude objects shot down over North America airspace, with Beijing responding by issuing a new warning, accusing the U.S. of escalating the dispute between the two countries. A special grand jury report on the Donald Trump election probe in Fulton County, Georgia, says the grand jurors believe some witnesses may have lied under oath.
2/16/202351 minutes, 3 seconds
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MTP NOW Feb. 15 — Defense Sec. Lloyd Austin; Nikki Haley’s presidential bid

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin says he doesn't think the Chinese spy balloon and other objects downed over American airspace were an intelligence failure in an excerpt from an exclusive interview with NBC News Pentagon Correspondent Courtney Kube. Fmr. GOP South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley kicks off her presidential campaign without any mention of former President Trump.
2/15/202350 minutes, 5 seconds
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MTP NOW Feb. 14 — Rep. Debbie Dingell; Michigan State shooting; Nikki Haley enters 2024 race

Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-Mich.) speaks to the continued frustration over the lack of gun safety legislation after another mass shooting. President Biden stays silent on unidentified objects as senators get briefed.
2/14/202349 minutes, 39 seconds
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MTP NOW Feb. 13 — John Bolton; More unidentified objects found in U.S. airspace

Former National Security Adviser John Bolton joins Meet the Press NOW to discuss the four high-altitude objects, classified documents and the 2024 election. Senators are set to be briefed on the unidentified high-altitude objects Tuesday as bipartisan frustration with the Biden administration over the balloons mounts.
2/13/202349 minutes, 55 seconds
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Feb. 12 — Rep. Jim Himes, Govs. Phil Murphy and Spencer Cox

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