Meet the Press


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Meet the Press

longest running television program; from 1947 to present. [Am. TV: McWhirter, 234]
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should take action to protect humanitarian causes, like the ban on use of chemical weapons, Kaine said this morning on NBCs Meet the Press.
In charsadda press club during a meet the press x law minister told military court is the only hope to end militancy from Pakistan.
Former Republican vice-presidential nominee and Congressman Paul Ryan told NBC's Meet the Press January 27 that the Republican ideas for spending cuts on social welfare programs would have increased the Food Stamp program by 260 percent over a decade, instead of the Democrats' 270 percent.
Journalists and commentators analyzed Perry's chances on NBC's Meet the Press, CBS's Face The Nation, and ABC's This Week.
Sunday Morning Eyes How the political talkers have ranked with television auds: Program 2007-08 total viewers * 1 Meet the Press (NBC) 3.
Fujio Mitarai, chairman of Japan Business Federation, to meet the press.
But Nader himself has said that there is a substantial difference between the two political parties, and he told Tim Russert on Meet the Press that beating Bush is the first priority in the next election.
Appearing on the TV news show Meet the Press, President Bush said that all the intelligence he had seen before the war indicated that Hussein did have WMD.
56 YEARS Time that the world's longest-running show, Meet the Press, has been on TV, as of November.
The damage done by these inaccurate stories was multiplied when Tim Russert of NBC's Meet the Press and Sam Donaldson of ABC broadcast them without questioning their accuracy.
com today to update Meet the Press viewers on whether there would be any guests this weekend.