Meet the Press NOW — March 2223 March - 50 mins
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.
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.
9 June Finished
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.
8 June Finished
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.
7 June Finished
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 June Finished
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.
5 June Finished
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.
4 June Finished