For more than 60 years "Meet the Press" has been the most respected, most watched and most quoted public affairs program in the nation. David Gregory, former NBC News, Chief White House Correspondent, conducts headline-making interviews and round-table discussions with leaders and newsmakers from around the world. "Meet the Press" keeps you informed about the week's most important events with in-depth review and critical analysis from noted experts and world-class journalists.
David Gregory was named moderator of NBC News’ Meet the Press on December 7, 2008. In addition to his "Meet the Press" responsibilities, Gregory is a regular contributor for Today and serves as a back-up anchor for the broadcast. He served as White House Correspondent during the presidency of George W. Bush, reporting extensively on the 9-11 attacks as well as the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. Earning a reputation for being one of the toughest questioners of President Bush and his press secretaries, Washingtonian magazine named Gregory one of Washington’s 50 best and most influential journalists, labeling him the firebrand in the front row.