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Young Russian men are fleeing their country, as Russian President Vladimir Putin makes a surprise announcement drafting additional troops into his invasion of Ukraine. Former U.S. Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul joins Chuck to analyze Putin's fluctuating strategy, as his originally planned swift incursion meets the stronger-than-expected shield…
 
The generic ballot is dead even at 46-46 between Democrats and Republicans, according to the latest NBC News poll, with Senate candidates on either side duking it out on on a diverse set of priorities from one state to the next. NBC News Senior Political Editor Mark Murray and Jessica Taylor, the Senate and Governors editor for the Cook Political R…
 
Long gone his days of public-opinion highs, former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani is nowadays best known as a fixer for former president President Trump's alleged crimes. Andrew Kirztman, author of “Giuliani: The Rise and Tragic Fall of America’s Mayor," joins Chuck to detail the fall from grace of Trump's highest-profile attorney.…
 
It's full throttle onto November with all primaries now in the rearview mirror, which means pollsters are putting out their data in early hints of where both parties will stand at the outcome of the elections. Nate Cohn, chief political analyst for the New York Times, joins Chuck to detail the science behind the tracking of public opinion... and wh…
 
As both parties seem to entrench themselves deeper into their respective sides, some independent voters tell "Meet the Press" they feel disenfranchised by a political offer that does not reflect their views. Matt Gorman, former NRCC communications director, joins Chuck to zoom in the American center. Plus, what effect will Queen Elizabeth's passing…
 
What stands out about Arizona this cycle – beyond all of its competitive statewide contests and its status as a presidential battleground – is that the entire slate of GOP candidates are 2020 election-deniers. Chuck speaks with Al Bell, a Navy veteran who was a registered Republican for 52 years until he recently switched to an independent. He’s jo…
 
Have the Democrats turned things around this midterm cycle — thanks to the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade and former President Donald Trump’s constant presence in the news. Josh Kraushaar, Senior political correspondent at Axios, and Ally Mutnick, Politico reporter covering House campaigns and redistricting, join Chuck to talk abo…
 
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