July 21, 2012
THIS SUNDAY: A SPECIAL EDITION OF MEET THE PRESS: TRAGEDY IN COLORADO
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Gov. John Hickenlooper (D-CO)
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Former Chief of Police, Los Angeles Police Department
Former Commissioner, New York City Police Department
Former Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security
Co-Founder & Chairman, The Chertoff Group
Rep. Carolyn McCarthy (D-NY)
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Senior Adviser, John McCain 2008 Presidential Campaign
Senior Adviser, John Kerry 2004 Presidential Campaign
Columnist, New York Times
Founder & CEO, StudentsFirst
Former Chancellor, DC Public Schools (2007-2009)
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This Sunday: Details continue to emerge in the wake of the Colorado movie theater massacre. We’ll get the very latest from Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper (D). Plus, the very latest from the NBC News team on the ground.
Then: What can be done to protect Americans against domestic threats? And what can be done about the sense of vulnerability many people feel after such a seemingly random act of violence? A special discussion with former Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff, former chief of police for the Los Angeles Police Department William Bratton, and gun-control advocate Rep. Carolyn McCarthy (D-NY).
Also Sunday: The tragedy in Colorado is yet another reminder that politics can often be affected by unforeseen circumstances. Will either of the presidential candidates lead the debate about what to do to prevent such horrible atrocities in the future? And looking ahead, where does the race go from here? What are some of the turning points that can change it moving forward? Joining us: New York Times columnist David Brooks, former DC public schools chancellor Michelle Rhee, former senior adviser to the 2004 Kerry presidential campaign, Bob Shrum, and former senior strategist to the 2008 McCain presidential campaign, Steve Schmidt.
David Gregory is the moderator of “Meet the Press.” Betsy Fischer Martin is the executive producer, Adam Verdugo is the senior producer, Chris Donovan and Ilana Marcus Drimmer are producers.
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