Professor Anita Hill on the documentary about the Supreme Court confirmation hearings that made her famous.
President Clinton on Iraq, in this 1997 Meet the Press appearance.
On "Meet the Press," Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. urges Americans to openly oppose the war in Vietnam.
The Republican congressman from Idaho talks immigration with David Gregory.
Chuck Todd, Lori Montenegro, Michael Gerson and Carolyn Ryan discuss the humanitarian crisis at the southwest border.
Author Clay Risen on his new book, “The Bill of the Century: The Passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act.”
On Meet the Press, the chair of the RNC responds to David Gregory’s interview with President Clinton.
Harry Smith talks with an author finding special places in history across the country.
In the civil rights movement, sit-ins emerge as a new, non-violent strategy to end segregation. On "Meet The Press," Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. says the strategy will also cause people to reevaluate the stereotypes they hold about African Americans.
On Meet the Press, NBC’s Kelly O’Donnell reports on the new lawsuit and the broken relationship between Speaker Boehner and President Obama.
Texas Governor and presidential hopeful George W. Bush on Meet the Press in 1999.
Comedian and former Reykjavik, Iceland mayor Jon Gnarr discusses his new book, 'Gnarr! How I Became the Mayor of a Large City in Iceland and Changed the World."
Ronald Reagan's first appearance on Meet the Press, as a candidate for California Governor in 1966.
Former president Hoover, 22 years after leaving office.
Reagan challenges Gerald Ford for the GOP nomination.
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