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Renowned journalist David Gregory provides a firsthand analysis and running narrative of the Trump Administration, Congress and politics in America.
David Gregory, current CNN political analyst former moderator of NBC News’ Meet the Press, shares with audiences his insights on the latest Washington headlines and the current events facing our country. He regales audiences with first-hand accounts of asking tough questions of some of the most powerful, influential—and infamous—people in the world. Prior to his Meet the Press duties, Gregory served as chief White House Correspondent for NBC News. Washingtonian magazine named Gregory one of Washington's 50 best and most influential journalists, labeling him the "firebrand in the front row" for his tough yet fair questioning at press conferences. Before joining NBC News in 1995, Gregory served as a correspondent based in Chicago and Los Angeles covering the OJ Simpson trials and the trial of Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh. He first came to Washington in 1998 to cover the Clinton impeachment story for MSNBC. Gregory has covered three presidential campaigns and reported extensively on the aftermath of September 11, 2001, including the run up to the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq from both Washington and around the world. He recently released a new book, How’s Your Faith?, which focuses on how the spiritual journeys people take in their lives are always worthwhile.
The Media's Responsibility
How Trump Won The Election
David Gregory's Speech Topics
The Election Media in a Polarized Age
David Gregory will explore the evolution of media disruption and division and how it has changed political campaigns.
Presidential Leadership During Crisis
David Gregory can provide an inside account of presidential leadership and decision making since the dawn of our modern political tribalism.