Civil Rights icon Rep. John Lewis echoed the views of the majority of Americans who didn't vote for Trump when said that in his view, Trump is not a legitimate president.
President-elect Donald Trump ignored all of the world's issues and instead focused his wrath on Chuck Todd and Meet The Press for not giving Kellyanne Conway more time during their interview to push lies about Russian hacking.
"I’d be careful about using the word ‘lie.’ ‘Lie’ implies much more than just saying something that’s false. It implies a deliberate intent to mislead.”
Chuck Todd had a chance to challenge incoming Trump chief of staff Reince Priebus on a contradictory answer about a potential Muslim registry, but instead the Meet The Press moderator bowed down to the new administration, and gave Trump a free pass.
Meet The Press's Chuck Todd did something that no other Sunday show host did. He obliterated Trump and his surrogate for defending unwanted sexual advances.
The birther issue is dragging Trump down fast. A prime example of the sinking of Donald Trump under his own racist past came when Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway collapsed into babbling talking points when asked about birtherism on Meet The Press.
Donald Trump's running mate, Gov. Mike Pence, appeared to distance himself the Republican nominee on numerous issues during a Meet The Press interview that was a complete disaster.
RNC Chairman Reince Priebus admitted on Meet The Press that Republican nominee Donald Trump lacks humanity and decency.
Democrats are delivering the blunt truth about Trump. On Meet The Press former Obama senior adviser David Plouffe said that Trump is basically a psychopath running for president.
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) fell apart doing an interview on Meet The Press the moment he was asked about Donald Trump's foreign policy.
During an interview on Meet The Press, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan refused to condemn Donald Trump's false and bigoted claim that President Obama is a secret Muslim.
By refusing to say that he is still an active candidate for president, Sen. Bernie Sanders admitted that his campaign was all but officially over.
In a display of complete cowardice, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell refused on three occasions to call Donald Trump's attacks on the Trump University case judge racist during an interview on Meet The Press.
Hillary Clinton went straight for the heart of the myth of Donald Trump by calling the presumptive Republican nominee "pretend successful" while on NBC's Meet The Press.
Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) admitted that Senate Republicans plan to confirm President Obama's Supreme Court nominee if it looks like they are going to lose the presidential election.
George Clooney is being attacked for participating in Democratic Party fundraisers with Hillary Clinton, but Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has raised no money to help Democrats retake the House and Senate in 2016.
George Clooney pointed out on Meet The Press that the overwhelming majority of the money that his fundraisers with Hillary Clinton are bringing in is going to Democrats down ballot, not Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders appeared on four of the five Sundays shows, and even though the programs were dominated by talk about the Democratic primary, Sanders was still able to deliver a reality check to the corporate media by talking about a few often ignored issues.
During an interview on Meet The Press, Hillary Clinton demonstrated why Republicans fear her by taking out Donald Trump and Ted Cruz in a single swoop.
Donald Trump will no longer be allowed to phone in to NBC's Meet The Press. If Trump wants free media coverage on the Sunday show, he will now be forced to appear on camera in person.