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"I urge everyone to read the transcript of the speech. And my prime minister said this issue should not be a partisan issue. This issue should unite us and not divide us." -Mark Regev, spokesperson to Prime Minister Netanyahu
Mark Regev, spokesperson to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, joins Andrea Mitchell to talk about Netanyahu’s address to a joint meeting of Congress, which the White House called a breach of protocol.
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"It shows how off-the-rails the Republican Party is." -Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y.
Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., joins msnbc to respond to Thursday’s arrests in New York of three men accused of plotting to help ISIS. King also discusses the upcoming deadline to pass a “clean” funding bill for the Department of Homeland Security.
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No, Republican Peter King has gone off the rail! He has become another "crazy" Republican! 
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"We understand the policy of not paying ransom, but on the other hand, any parents out there would understand that you would want anything and everything done to bring your child home." -Carl Mueller
Andrea Mitchell talks with NBC’s Savannah Guthrie about her exclusive interview with the family of Kayla Mueller, the American aid worker captured by ISIS and who died after 18 months in captivity.
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On one hand I can see that point,but look at my point,I don't whant my son to be killed by a bullet that ransom money bought. it all be that this thing should even happen on earth.
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"I'm not in favor in any way, shape, or form of leaving an opening of having ground troops." -Sen. Joe Manchin
Democratic and Republican lawmakers are voicing serious reservations about President Obama’s war powers request in the ongoing fight against ISIS. Sen. Joe Manchin discusses.
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"No one can be sure, but we work very hard to prevent, and to forbid this kind of attack again." -French Justice Minister Christiane Taubira
Andrea Mitchell talks with French Justice Minister Christiane Taubira about how France is responding to the global terror threat ISIS poses, one month after the attack on Charlie Hebdo’s Paris offices.
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USA and others allow all these people into our country and expect them to conform...we are screwed for sure...too many people here for free shit...and they hate America..great..
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CDC director Dr. Tom Frieden says a global resurgence of measles along with an increase in pockets where parents aren't getting their children vaccinated have led to the current outbreak.

What do you think about the vaccination debate?
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Children are being put at risk.  And that, is what needs to be considered.
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"I do not want to see the Congress of the United States being used as a prop or a photo op in [Netanyahu's] re-election campaign." -Sen. Bernie Sanders
Andrea Mitchell talks with Sen. Bernie Sanders about why he is not attending Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech to Congress on Tuesday.
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NUTYAHOO HAVE NO BUSINESS TO BE DONE INSIDE THE AMERICAN SOIL, HE HAS DONE ENOUGH DAMAGE TO AMERICA.
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Ready for Hillary?
Though she hasn’t yet made a formal announcement, Hillary Clinton is hinting more broadly than ever about becoming a candidate in 2016. Former White House press secretary Robert Gibbs discusses.
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Well she may, but I believe we dont need retreads to run. We have had enough of Clinton's, Bush, etc....As Prez Obama was a fresh face, another fresh face needs to come forward. The independent movement seems lost with everything becoming political to the point of no independent thinking or status in government.
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Hundreds of thousands of Egyptians living in Libya have been ordered by the Islamist breakaway government in Tripoli to leave the country in 48 hours.
NBC’s Ayman Mohyeldin reports on new orders to Egyptian nationals to leave Tripoli as Egypt continues to target ISIS in Libya with airstrikes after the beheading of 21 Egyptians.
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Same stuff with Iraq, we left then a vacuum of unity developed. ISIL took advantage of the situation and now look. Our service members died for this type of freedom for Iraq. When we nation build, which we should not do anyhow but we do at times, we can't leave unless there is a strong government representing all people in whatever country. Afghanistan, how long do we give that country before it explodes apart into different factions, some sympathetic to groups like ISIL, etc...
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"[ISIS is] not a state. They don't collect taxes. What they do is collect people and kill them."
Andrea Mitchell talks with former secretary of state Madeleine Albright about President Obama's proposal to re-authorize military action against ISIS, as well as the current tensions in Ukraine as the U.S. weighs whether or not to arm the Ukrainian army.
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Pope Francis will become the first pope to address a joint meeting of Congress when he visits the U.S. in September.
Pope Francis will visit Capitol Hill during his trip to the U.S. and will become the first pope to address a joint meeting of Congress in September.
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ISIS militants have released a video on Tuesday purporting to show a captive Jordanian pilot being burned alive. Andrea Mitchell and terrorism analyst Evan Kohlmann discuss the developing news.
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OBAMA WILL SAVE US..WHAT A SHAME WE STAND AND DO NOTHING...WEKA LEADERS WILL NOT LEAD THEY WILL BRING US ALL DOWN
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NBC News Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent Andrea Mitchell hosts an all political hour from 12-1pm ET Monday — Friday on msnbc.
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Andrea Mitchell, the veteran NBC Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent, is also the host of MSNBC'S "Andrea Mitchell Reports," an hour of political news and interviews with top newsmakers that airs each day at 12pm ET on MSNBC.

Mitchell covered the entire 2008 presidential campaign, from the kickoff in February 2007, broadcasting live from every major primary and caucus state and all the candidate debates for NBC News and MSNBC programs, including "Today," "NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams," "Hardball," "Morning Joe" and "Meet the Press." She also covered Barack Obama's trip to Iraq, the Middle East and Europe during the presidential campaign. Mitchell currently covers foreign policy, intelligence and national security issues, including the diplomacy of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, for all NBC News properties.

As a featured political correspondent in 2004, Mitchell was a regular panelist on MSNBC’s "Hardball" and was the first reporter to break the story that Democratic presidential nominee Sen. John Kerry had chosen Sen. John Edwards as his vice presidential running mate.

In September 2005, Mitchell authored "Talking Back," a memoir about her experiences as one of the first women to cover five presidents, congress and foreign policy. That year, Mitchell also received the prestigious Goldsmith Career Award for Excellence in Journalism from the John F. Kennedy School of Government. In 2004, the Radio-Television News Directors Association (RTNDA) honored Mitchell with the Leonard Zeidenberg Award for her contribution to the protection of First Amendment Freedoms.

Mitchell’s extensive and varied reports include a series of exclusive interviews over the years with Cuban President Fidel Castro. Her unprecedented access resulted in a one-hour documentary on Cuba in December 2003. Throughout 2002 and 2003, Mitchell covered the United Nations debate leading up to the Iraq war and provided detailed reports on the questions surrounding pre-war intelligence and weapons of mass destruction. As a longtime analyst of the intelligence community, Mitchell's past assignments for NBC have included exclusive reports from North Korea, Afghanistan, the Middle East, Bosnia, Kosovo, Pakistan and Haiti.

During the 2000 campaign, Mitchell hosted MSNBC’s "The Mitchell Report," NBC News’ election year broadcast of record. In addition, she was the lead NBC News correspondent covering Hillary Rodham Clinton’s race for the Senate in 2000.

Among her many past assignments, Mitchell was NBC News’ Chief White House Correspondent, a position she assumed after covering Bill Clinton from the New Hampshire primary through the entire 1992 presidential campaign.

From 1988-1992, Mitchell served as Chief Congressional Correspondent. During that time, she played a major role in reporting on the budget, the savings and loan bailout, the Clarence Thomas hearings and other legislative issues. She also served as a regular political analyst on "Today" and was a panelist in the second Bush-Dukakis presidential debate.

Mitchell first covered the White House for NBC News during both of Ronald Reagan’s terms as President. She reported on a variety of noteworthy stories, including arms control, the budget, tax reform and the Iran-contra scandal, and traveled extensively with President Reagan to summits with Mikhail Gorbachev and other world leaders.

Over the years, Mitchell has appeared on "Meet the Press" as a panelist and ubstitute host. An acclaimed political reporter, during the 1988 Republican National Convention, she beat both the competition and presidential candidate George Bush with the announcement that Bush had chosen Dan Quayle to be his running mate. She was also a panelist in the final Bush-Dukakis presidential debate.

Mitchell joined NBC News in 1978 as a general correspondent based in Washington, D.C. In 1979, she was named NBC's Energy correspondent. In that capacity, she reported on the energy crisis and the Three Mile Island nuclear incident. Before joining NBC, she was a correspondent for WDVM-TV (then WTOP), the CBS affiliate in Washington, D.C. From 1967-1976, she was a broadcast journalist for KYW Radio and KYW-TV in Philadelphia.

A native of New York, Mitchell received a B.A. degree in English literature from the University of Pennsylvania where she currently serves as a Trustee, a member of the Executive Committee and Chairman of the Annenberg School Advisory Board. She also serves on the board of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation and is a member of the Gridiron Club.

Mitchell is married to former Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan and resides in Washington, D.C.