Chuck Todd

In a social media post, the NBC newsman said honest journalists shouldn't have to "lend their credibility to someone who intentionally tried to ruin ours."
Todd addressed “the elephant in the room" right after McDaniel made her debut as an NBC News contributor.
Todd, who has hosted the program since 2014, said it's been an "honor" as he handed the reins to his successor.
"Meet the Press" host Chuck Todd questioned Newsom on why people shouldn't consider him a "likely candidate" in 2024.
Todd read excerpts of Ramaswamy's book after the candidate claimed that former Vice President Mike Pence missed a "historic opportunity" on Jan. 6, 2021.
NBC News' co-chief White House correspondent Kristen Welker will replace Todd in the coming months.
“It reminds me very much of what happened in the E. Jean Carroll sexual assault case," said Andrew Weissmann, who said history may repeat itself.
"But you realize how partisan that sounds," Todd told Rep. Byron Donalds (R-Fla.) as the lawmaker defended Trump's debt ceiling flip-flop.
The "Meet the Press" host noted the "sheer paralysis that Republican elected officials have when it comes to dealing with Trump."
The "Meet the Press" host's interview with Trump's lawyer Jim Trusty plunged into a back-and-forth over the handling of classified documents.