Scoop: MEET THE PRESS with DAVID GREGORY on NBC - Today, November 3, 2013
Mitt Romney, Fmr. Republican Presidential Nominee & Massachusetts Gov.
One year since the 2012 presidential election, David Gregory will talk exclusively with the former Republican nominee, Mitt Romney, about the rollout of Obamacare. What would a President Romney have done differently? Plus, from the government shutdown to national security, we'll get his view on where the U.S. is headed.
IN RESPONSE: ROMNEY'S MASSACHUSETTS SUCCESSOR TAKES ON THE OBAMACARE CRITICS AND WHAT HIS STATE'S SUCCESSFUL HEALTH CARE REFORM MODEL COULD TELL US ABOUT THE FATE OF THE PRESIDENT'S HEALTH CARE ROLLOUT.
Democratic Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick
ROUNDTABLE: HOW IS President Obama FARING IN The Face OF HEALTH CARE & RECENT SPYING REVELATIONS, AND ARE HIS CHALLENGES AN OPPORTUNITY FOR THE GOP TO MAKE ITS CASE IN THE NEXT ELECTION?
Bill Kristol, Founder & Editor, The Weekly Standard
David Axelrod, Democratic Strategist & Fmr. Senior Adviser to President Obama
Bob Woodward, Associate Editor, The Washington Post
Katty Kay, Anchor, BBC World News America
FIRST READ SUNDAY: WHAT DO THE GOVERNOR RACES IN VA AND NJ MEAN FOR 2014 & 2016? PLUS, A DEEPER DIVE INTO THE NBC/WSJ POLL.
Chuck Todd, NBC News Political Director & Chief White House Correspondent
David Gregory is the moderator of "Meet the Press." Rob Yarin is the executive producer, Adam Verdugo is the senior producer, Chris Donovan and Ilana Marcus Drimmer are producers.
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