A former NBC newsman, David Gregory began his career in journalism when he was 18. As a correspondent, Gregory covered the trials of O.J. Simpson and Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh, as well as other breaking news around the country. He contributed anchoring duties to all of the network’s major programs including Today and Nightly News. He also anchored a politics program on MSNBC called Race for the White House during the historic 2008 campaign. Gregory served as NBC's Chief White House Correspondent during the Bush Administration.