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Donald Trump has a few weeks to prevent ‘panic,’ Chuck Todd says
NBC’s Chuck Todd and political analyst Nicolle Wallace join TODAY’s Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie to discuss Donald Trump not apologizing, but instead saying his statements about a federal judge’s heritage were misconstrued. “By the end of the month, if he’s down…if the fundraising isn’t going well, I think you still might see – it’s a long shot – some semi-serious chatter about trying to stop him at the convention if this month continues as badly as the last seventy-two hours went.” Todd explains.
Megyn Kelly discusses Kavanaugh’s 2nd sexual misconduct allegation09:13
New Zealand’s prime minister talks about being a new mom and world leader05:31
Exclusive: Man behind 2016 Trump Tower meeting with Russians speaks out05:56
Rosenstein’s talk of invoking 25th Amendment to remove Trump was a joke, officials say02:56
New Kavanaugh accuser comes forward03:32
Why Kavanaugh’s 2nd accuser decided to come forward03:50