THE LATEST FROM TRUMP – Real estate magnate and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is driving headlines in his criticism of Fox News, with a rescinded invitation from the Red State Gathering and from his performance at Thursday evening’s GOP debate.
BUCKEYE BRIEFING – Thursday’s debate is argued to have most helped Ohio Governor John Kasich, who benefitted from the home-state crowd and earned attention with his answer on same-sex marriage.
Gov. John Kasich (R-OH)
SUNDAY EXCLUSIVE – Sen. Marco Rubio sits down with Chuck Todd in Miami to talk at length on the pressing issues of immigration, foreign policy and more, as columnists and pundits declare him one of the winners of Thursday’s debate.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL)
SUNDAY EXCLUSIVE – Sen. Claire McCaskill joins Chuck live on set in Washington in advance of her new book out Tuesday to discuss where the Senate stands on the Iran deal after Sen. Chuck Schumer, the No. 3 Senate Democrat, voiced his opposition in a blow to President Obama.
Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO)
Author, “Plenty Ladylike: A Memoir”
50 YEARS LATER – Thursday marked the 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act, landmark federal legislation preventing racial discrimination in voting. Martin Luther King III and Andrew Young reflect with Chuck on the state of equality in the country and why nothing has been done two years after the Supreme Court tasked Congress with amending the Act. Full interview to post online at MeetThePressNBC.com.
Martin Luther King III
Human Rights Advocate
Civil Rights Activist; former United Nations Ambassador
POLITICAL PANEL – As debate buzz continues, the roundtable dives into who stood out — and who didn’t — and what it means for the crowded GOP field going forward. The panel also tackles what Sen. Schumer’s opposition really means for the Iran deal, how the public views Planned Parenthood and the NRA and more.
Columnist, The New York Times
Host, “The Hugh Hewitt Show”
NBC News Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent