Meet the Press – September 26 2021 – 9/26/2021 – Sunday – NBC

Chuck Todd hosts another episode of Meet the Press Sunday, September 26 2021 on NBC.

President Biden’s Agenda

This week features a discussion on President Biden’s agenda is threatened as the progressive vs. centrist battles heat up. Plus, the admin struggles with messaging on budget, Covid & immigration.

Bob Woodward and Robert Costa

Bob Woodward and Robert Costa discuss their new book, “Peril” about former President Trump’s final days in office and the first months of the Biden administration.


Roundtable

Leigh Ann Caldwell
NBC News Capitol Hill Correspondent

Eddie Glaude, Jr.
James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor, Princeton University; NBC News Contributor

Meghan McCain
Columnist, DailyMail.com

Amy Walter
Publisher and Editor-in-Chief, The Cook Political Report with Amy Walter


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