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He's spent the last seven years poking fun at politicians and pundits alike and this Sunday Stephen Colbert, host of Comedy Central's The Colbert Report, visits NBC's MEET THE PRESS. David Gregory will go one-on-one with Colbert about politics, comedy and his new book: "America Again: Re-becoming the Greatness We Never Weren't."
Also on the show, just two presidential debates left before the election as both sides try to win over voters still trying to make up their minds. Can President Obama hold off Romney's recent surge in the polls? Or will Romney deliver a knockout blow in the final two debates? What effect will the Biden-Ryan showdown have on the race? A special discussion looking ahead to the final three weeks of the campaign: Gov. Bob McDonnell (R-VA); Mayor Kasim Reed (D-Atlanta); Fmr. Gov Jennifer Granholm (D-MI); GOP strategist Alex Castellanos; and NBC's Tom Brokaw.
David Gregory is the moderator of "Meet the Press." Betsy Fischer Martin is the executive producer, Adam Verdugo is the senior producer, Chris Donovan, and Ilana Marcus Drimmer are producers.
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