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Last week, President Biden and Vice President Harris came to Atlanta to remember Martin Luther King Jr. and call for voting rights. This week, Chuck went down to Atlanta to speak with voters and reporters about the state of play in Georgia. Chuck talks with Greg Bluestein, political reporter for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution to set the stage for…
At the end of his first year in office, President Biden suffers low poll numbers and widespread frustration over Covid. Presidential historian Douglas Brinkley talks to Chuck Todd about Americans’ decades-long dissatisfaction with their elected leaders.NBC News
NBC News Chief Washington Correspondent Andrea Mitchell joins Chuck for a post-broadcast discussion about the Russian troop buildup and President Biden’s attempt to push voting rights through the Senate.NBC News
Enes Kanter Freedom, a center for the Boston Celtics and an outspoken critic of the leaders of Turkey and China, joins Chuck to talk about how he became focused on human rights and the Beijing Winter Olympics.NBC News
Former Sen. Max Baucus (D-Mont.) and former ambassador to China talks to Chuck about why he believes the filibuster should be preserved ... but could be reformed.NBC News
NBC News Chief White House correspondent Peter Alexander joins Chuck to talk about the muddled Covid message coming from the White House and CDC.NBC News
As Senate Democrats gear up to take on voting rights, President Biden kicked off the week with a focus on the meatpacking industry as prices soar. So what will it be? Kitchen table issues or the progressive agenda? Covid or “saving the democracy.” Guy Cecil, chairman of the super PAC, Priorities USA, joins Chuck to talk about how Democrats view the…
Every ten years, states redraw their political lines and so far, about two-thirds of states have adopted their new congressional district maps. But there’s one thing we know already — the biggest loss won’t be among districts with solid red or solid blue voters. It will among be the competitive districts. Chuck talks with Michael Li, senior counsel…
Meet the Alternative History: Chuck takes a dive into alternate timelines to see how history would have evolved if one thing had changed. Episode 4: What if Scalia hadn’t died in 2016? With David FrenchNBC News
Meet the Alternative History: Chuck takes a dive into alternate timelines to see how history would have evolved if one thing had changed. Episode 3: What if JFK had survived? With historian Michael BeschlossNBC News
Author Curtis Sittenfeld joins Meet the Alternative History. Chuck takes a dive into alternate timelines to see how history would have evolved if one thing had changed. Episode 2: What if Hillary Clinton ran for president in 2004?NBC News
Meet the Alternative History: Chuck takes a dive into alternate timelines to see how history would have evolved if one thing had changed. Episode 1: What if Bill Clinton had resigned in 1998? With Jeff GreenfieldNBC News
2021 was a year of big accomplishments — and big disappointments — for the Biden administration. Mark Murray, Ben Kamisar and Bridget Bowman from the NBC News Political Unit join Chuck to look ahead to 2022.NBC News