Lyndon Johnson, John F. Kennedy's running mate, appears on Meet the Press in 1960.
Texas Governor and presidential hopeful George W. Bush on Meet the Press in 1999.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif called for “an immediate end” to Israel’s air strikes on Gaza, declaring that “the United States and the rest of the members of the Security Council have a moral and legal responsibility to put an end to this”
On September 11, 1983, Senator Bob Dole was a guest on Meet the Press and faced questions about what Congress should do in the aftermath of the Soviet Union’s shooting down of a Korean jet.
Former president Hoover, 22 years after leaving office.
Reagan challenges Gerald Ford for the GOP nomination.
New CIA Director George H.W. Bush on Meet the Press in 1976.
Professor Anita Hill on the documentary about the Supreme Court confirmation hearings that made her famous.
Nixon's first appearance on Meet the Press.
A tribute to those who have passed in 2008.
An online-only conversation with Iran Foreign Minister Javad Zarif where he talks more about the nuclear negotiations and why he’s begun using Twitter.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, talks to David Gregory.
On "Meet the Press," Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. urges Americans to openly oppose the war in Vietnam.
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.
The former Pennsylvania senator and Republican presidential candidate says the party is divided, but vibrant in its debates.
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