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'Meet the Press' pays tribute to David Gregory

Meet the Press honored David Gregory, the news program’s longtime host who suddenly departed the show this week, on Sunday’s episode with a brief video tribute.

Andrea Mitchell, who was filling in for Gregory, ended the hour by looking back at Gregory’s career, ranging from his time moderating a GOP debate in 2012 to his 2010 interview with General David Petraeus. “Meet the Press makes a lot of history,” Mitchell said. “And a great deal of it was with David at the helm since he started in December 2008.” READ FULL STORY

NBC supports David Gregory for 'Meet the Press'

NBC’s news chief says she supports embattled Meet the Press moderator David Gregory “now and into the future” as the Sunday morning public affairs program tries to turn around sinking ratings.

NBC News President Deborah Turness, in a memo to Meet the Press staff members, said Gregory has been the victim of vindictive, personal, and untrue chatter.

“NBC News is proud to have David in the important anchor chair of Meet the Press,” Turness wrote. “He is passionate about politics, and is committed to getting answers for our viewers on the issues that matter to them the most.”

The network has been concerned by the reaction to a story published Sunday in The Washington Post that said that NBC commissioned a “psychological consultant” to interview Gregory’s wife and friends. The word “psychological” quickly became a sticking point; NBC says they worked with a brand consultant probing perceptions of Gregory’s strengths and weaknesses to develop a marketing campaign. READ FULL STORY

David Gregory under investigation for violating D.C. gun laws on 'Meet the Press'

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During Sunday’s Meet the Press, David Gregory held up what he described as a 30-round magazine of ammunition as part of an interview with the NRA’s Wayne LaPierre. The Washington Metropolitan Police Department is investigating whether Gregory and NBC violated D.C. gun laws during the segment.

Possessing a large capacity ammunition device is illegal in D.C., if the device holds more than 10 rounds of ammunition. The police had told NBC they could not use the magazine and the matter is under investigation, according to CNN.

Video of Sunday’s show is below; Gregory holds up the magazine around 9:50. READ FULL STORY


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