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Meet the Press 

Weekly news program offering political interviews and analysis of current events by elected officials and experts.
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Nominated for 7 Primetime Emmys. Another 3 wins & 5 nominations. See more awards »

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Chuck Todd ...  Self - Host / ... 339 episodes, 2008-2021
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Weekly news program offering political interviews and analysis of current events by elected officials and experts.

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If it's Sunday, it's "Meet the Press".

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News | Talk-Show

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Ran on TV for 70 years (73 if you count the radio version) See more »

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Tim Russert - Moderator: If it's Sunday, it's "Meet the Press."
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liberal....not
27 March 2004 | by davecon71-13See all my reviews

I have noticed those who accuse the host, Tim Russert of being some kind of liberal. While he may have worked for democrats in the past, he is no more liberal than chris matthews. i watched him skewer and interrupt Ted Kennedy last week, as he does on a regular basis to anyone left of Dick Cheney. Remember his hostile questioning of Mrs. Clinton during a debate for NY senate. NBC is trying to show they do not have a liberal bias by employing him. it's time they some actual liberals on the shows panel to stand up to him. the best person on his panel is Robin Wright of the Los Angeles Times. i always look foward to her insight on foreign affaire, especially the middle east. as a whole i think it's sad that democratic politicians are forced to appear on this program.


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USA

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English

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6 November 1947 (USA) See more »

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Meet the Press with Tim Russert See more »

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NBC News See more »
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(1947-13 September 1992) | (20 September 1992-present)

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Mono

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1.33 : 1
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