The top political reporter for NBC News, Chuck Todd, went on The Today Show on Wednesday and said that if a “functional Washington” existed then Congress would be “holding investigations into the Trump presidency” and “looking for ways to draw up articles of impeachment.”
Former CIA Director John Brennan said that he is willing to get his name dragged through the mud and go to court if it means preventing Trump from revoking more security clearances.
Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH) responded to a question about Donald Trump Jr. potentially committing a crime by lying to Congress with a call for the Mueller investigation to end.
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) said that he wants to know if House Intelligence Committee chair Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) leaked information to the Trump campaign during the 2016 election.
The problem according to Kellyanne Conway isn't immigrant kids are being taken away from their parents, but that Democrats won't give Trump the money to build more prisons for immigrant children.
Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) told Republicans that they need to speak up more against Trump's lies, but the Arizona Senator again showed that his words are empty by offering no action.
On Meet The Press, Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) said that one of the two possible reasons that Mueller has not interviewed Donald Trump Jr. is that he is a target of the investigation.
On Meet The Press, James Comey destroyed the foundation of Trump's Russia scandal defense in just 18 seconds.
Several rumors continue circulating that Mr. Trump wants to fire the Deputy Attorney General for the United States Department of Justice, Rod Rosenstein, or Special Counsel, Robert Mueller, with reports by major media outlets such as The Washington Post and The New York Times, confirming such speculation.
In an interview to be aired Sunday morning on Meet the Press Chuck Todd asked Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts some very pointed questions. Such as, “are you running for president in 2020?” and “will you promise to serve a full six years if you are re-elected to the Senate in 2018?”
On Meet the Press today, Speaker Boehner said, 'I don't know whether it's going to hurt the econonmy or not. I don't think anyone quite understands how the sequester is really going to work.'
John McCain peddled his Benghazi cover up conspiracy theory on Meet The Press, but cracked up when old friend David Gregory no longer stood confidently on the rickety timber of his bitterness.
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) fell in line with the Republicans' sequester strategy by playing the blame game, saying that President Obama proposed the sequester in the first place.
Paul Ryan (R-WI) spent an entire clip impugning President Obama's motives and then wrapped it up by lecturing that we can't move forward by impugning people's motives.
President Obama called out the called out the the Republicans as deficit reduction frauds, and turned the fiscal cliff into permanent political damage for the right on Meet The Press.
Meet the Press reached out to all 31 pro-gun rights Senators to appear on the show to discuss their views. There were no takers.
If you ever wondered why Republicans won't go on Lawrence O'Donnell's show, watch him use Newt Gingrich's own words against him to prove the Republican wrong on tax cuts.
With his power evaporating, Grover Norquist responded to the White House's fiscal cliff hardball by throwing a tantrum and blaming Obama on Meet The Press.
Today, a relentless assault on Romney's auto lies dominated on the Sunday shows, from Fox News to David Gregory.
On 'Meet the Press' this morning, Senior Advisor David Plouffe pointed out that Mitt Romney would be a rubberstamp for the Tea Party if elected.