WASHINGTON — While the issue positions of presidential candidates are important, voters often make their choice based on emotional considerations, NBC News Chief White House Correspondent said in today's keynote address at NAFCU's Congressional Caucus.

"We want to get a sense of them. Voting is an emotional process," he said. "When you interview somebody for a job, you don't just look at their resume."

Gregory, who also hosts a nightly program on MSNBC, criticized the tendency among activists on both sides of the aisle to not give their opponents the benefit of the doubt.

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