"It's as if this is a child playing with matches who doesn't understand how badly he and the country can get burned."
It may seem hard to believe but minus the first week where he had an interview with President Obama, Chuck Todd's ratings on Meet The Press are worse than David Gregory's.
If it's Sunday, that means it is time for the same old GOP fame whores to show up on our television sets and push their particular talking point while simultaneously blaming President Obama for anything and everything.
NBC did their best to gloss over the disaster that was David Gregory on Meet The Press. It was telling that after almost six years of hosting, the best they could do was three clips lasting for thirty seconds.
People at NBC are talking, and the things they are saying about Meet The Press moderator David Gregory are not good. In the face of reports that he is about to be fired, Gregory cut his vacation short last week so that he could host Meet The Press.
In a rare moment of lucidity, Meet The Press host David Gregory called out Rep. Paul Ryan's uncompassionate lies about the poor.
The David Gregory is going to be dumped from Meet The Press rumor mill is rolling again with a report that the host might be out after November's midterm elections.
The ratings for Meet The Press continue to crumble as the American people continue to show no interest in the pro-Republican Sunday morning show format.
On Meet The Press, Homeland Security Jeh Johnson repeatedly corrected David Gregory's misinformation based on Republican talking points about the immigration crisis unfolding on the Southern border.
Former President Bill Clinton delivered a charmingly devastating blow to former Vice President Dick Cheney today as he pushed back hard on Cheney's criticism of Obama's Iraq policy.
Two men from opposing sides of the political spectrum, with different experiences of America, utilizing two divergent forums, arrive at the same conclusion: disenfranchising voters is harmful to our struggling democracy.
America's mainstream media is as apt to repeat failures as conservatives likely due to the symbiotic relationship between corporate media and the conservative movement.
In a mindboggling bit of lunacy, Rush Limbaugh claimed that Meet The Press is struggling because host David Gregory is too liberal.
With Meet The Press continuing to slide in the ratings, NBC News is starting to realize that the problem might be host David Gregory.
David Gregory's endless cheerleading for Republicans was gutted with a dose of reality from DNC Chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) on Meet The Press today.
David Gregory shamed Meet The Press again today by trying to use the situation in Ukraine to create a fake Obama leadership crisis.
Mitt Romney schooled David Gregory after the host asked him if we should judge Hillary on her husband's record - personal and otherwise.
David Gregory shamefully turned a Meet The Press segment on the latest allegations in the Christie scandal into a Democrat bashing, Republican talking point filled defense of the New Jersey governor.
With Meet The Press pulling historically low ratings, reports are surfacing that NBC News is considering dumping host David Gregory and changing the format of the Sunday staple.
It seems that the National Review's Ramesh Ponnuru felt that it had been too long since a conservative had made the idiotic comparison between the Affordable Care Act and the Iraq War.