Meet the Press — October 3 2021 – 10/3/2021 – Sunday – NBC

Chuck Todd hosts another episode of Meet the Press Sunday, October 3 2021 on NBC. See some of the highlights from this week’s episode:

Democrats deadlocked as negotiations continue about President Biden’s agenda. Can the party unite to get something done?

Plus, Facebook faces scrutiny over its impact on young people.  



Guests

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.)
Chair, Budget Committee

Cedric Richmond
Senior Advisor to President Joe Biden

Jeff Horwitz
Technology Reporter, The Wall Street Journal

Kara Swisher
Host, The New York Times’ “Sway”; Co-host, “Pivot”; Co-founder, Recode

Roundtable

Jeh Johnson
Former Secretary of Homeland Security

Peggy Noonan
Columnist, The Wall Street Journal; NBC News Political Analyst

Susan Page
Washington Bureau Chief, USA TODAY

Jake Sherman
Founder, Punchbowl News; NBC News Contributor


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