Savannah Guthrie will interview President Obama this week on “Today.”
David Gregory announced the news at the close of today’s “Meet the Press,” saying the “wide-ranging, exclusive” interview will take place at the White House. The interview will air Tuesday and Wednesday on “Today.”
The interview is Guthrie’s second sit-down with the President. She previously interviewed him in September during NBC’s “Education Nation” summit.
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|SAVANNAH GUTHRIE SITS DOWN WITH PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA
Exclusive Two-Part Interview To Air on NBC’s TODAY Tuesday and Wednesday, April 16 and 17
|NEW YORK – April 14, 2013 – - In an exclusive and wide-ranging interview, NBC News’ Savannah Guthrie will sit down with President Barack Obama Monday at the White House. The interview will air in two parts on NBC’s TODAY Tuesday, April 16 and Wednesday, April 17. Guthrie will talk to the president about the tensions in North Korea, gun control, immigration and the prospects of who will run for president in 2016. Portions of the interview will also air across all platforms of NBC News.|
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