Meet the Press

Sunday on MTP: Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson


THIS SUNDAY: Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson joins David Gregory for a live interview. With heightened terror alerts on US-bound flights and the growing concern that Al-Qaeda groups may have learned to make undetectable bombs, can the government keep us safe? And chaos at the border, how will the US respond to the influx of immigrants and their young children streaming in to the country despite strong protests?

Jeh Johnson

Secretary, Department of Homeland Security

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IMMIGRATION CRISIS: How does the President and Congress address the tens of thousands of immigrant children flooding the border and crossing into the U.S? Should the children be turned away? And what's the future for comprehensive immigration reform, are Republicans willing to work with the President to get something done?

Rep. Raul Labrador (R-ID)

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ISLAMIC EXTREMISM: NBC News Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent Andrea Mitchell sat down with former British Prime Minister Tony Blair to discuss the threat of terrorism in the world as the radical group ISIS gains ground in Iraq and Syria.

Tony Blair

Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

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POLITICAL ROUNDTABLE: What do this week's Supreme Court decisions mean for future elections? Despite an impasse on immigration, can the White House and Congress come together on other pressing issues? And how do job numbers released this week impact the Obama presidency? The roundtable weighs in.

Chuck Todd

Political Director & Chief White House Correspondent, NBC News

Carolyn Ryan

Washington Bureau Chief, The New York Times

Lori Montenegro

National Correspondent, Telemundo

Michael Gerson

Columnist, The Washington Post

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