In a discussion between a "journalist" and a CEO, the CEO was the one not attacking unions.
'Meet the Press' can play musical chairs with the moderator seat all they want, but it's still going to be terrible.
Gregory's questioning of Greenwald was shameful beyond belief. Whatever you might think of Greenwald, to assert that he might be complicit in a crime because he published National Security Agency leaks in a newspaper that someone else passed on to him is very, very troubling.
Former 'Meet the Press' moderator David Gregory tries to go off the record in front of thousands of people.
The Washington Post reports that while NBC is still insisting it's got David Gregory's back, the network brought in a "psychological consultant" to examine his friends and family last year. This might lead one to wonder whether NBC is concerned about the pressure Gregory's been under since MTP began its downward spiral.