Meet the Press

“I don’t think that this is going to slow down. Wherever there is wood to burn, this fire is going to burn,” Dr. Michael Osterholm said on "Meet the Press."
Prior to his heart attack, the 2020 presidential candidate promised to release his medical records before the Democratic primaries.
The host of "Meet The Press" told Rolling Stone he's surprised by how willing Republicans are to spread lies and disinformation on behalf of Donald Trump.
"I think I win the election easier," he told NBC's Chuck Todd.
After the arrest of an alleged white-supremacist terrorist in the Coast Guard, Jeh Johnson said the shift away from domestic threats was "going in the wrong direction."
The acting White House chief of staff said the president is working really hard, regardless of what's on his schedule.
"You could wind up in sort of a theatric victory at the front end and then not get it done," Rubio said.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) and other female lawmakers are opening up about their own experiences with sexual harassment.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren said she was "chased around a desk" by a former colleague.
Todd responded to conservatives who argue "now is not the time to talk about gun violence."