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Chuck Todd on Trump’s Kanye West meeting, Saudi Arabia tension

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Meet the Press moderator Chuck Todd joins Sunday TODAY’s Willie Geist to look back on a busy week in Washington, from President Donald Trump treading carefully over the Jamal Khashoggi case to inviting Kanye West to the White House. “When you look at this week, for him, this was a very comfortable week,” Todd says. “He’s bent the political world to him, rather than he bending to the rest of the political world.”