Tim Russert was said to have died of a "heart attack" -- his failing heart was the most obvious and sudden organ failure, even though the biological tipping point that brought him to that moment of heart failure could have been caused by the very pharmaceuticals he was taking in an effort to "control" coronary artery disease.

Tim Russert was said to have died of a "heart attack" -- his failing heart was the most obvious and sudden organ failure, even though the biological tipping point that brought him to that moment of heart failure could have been caused by the very pharmaceuticals he was taking in an effort to "control" coronary artery disease.

Maureen Orth and Tim Russert Marriage Profile: Tim Russert and Maureen Orth in New York City on May 3, 2004.

The Life and Career of Crooner Frank Sinatra

Maureen Orth and Tim Russert Marriage Profile: Tim Russert and Maureen Orth in New York City on May 3, 2004.

Newseum | Inside Tim Russert's Office: If It's Sunday, It's 'Meet the Press'

Newseum | Inside Tim Russert's Office: If It's Sunday, It's 'Meet the Press'

Tim Russert in September 2007

Tim Russert, 'Meet the Press' Host, Dead at 58

Tim Russert in September 2007

Newseum Recreates Tim Russert's Office As Part Of New Exhibition

Newseum Recreates Tim Russert's Office As Part Of New Exhibition

Trump on North Korea in 1999 with Tim Russert on Meet the Press

Trump on North Korea in 1999 with Tim Russert on Meet the Press

President Trump once told Tim Russert that he would “negotiate like crazy” with North Korea but would ultimately be willing to launch a preemptive strike to stop the country from developing nuclear weapons.

In 1999, Trump wanted to 'negotiate like crazy' to stop North Korea

President Trump once told Tim Russert that he would “negotiate like crazy” with North Korea but would ultimately be willing to launch a preemptive strike to stop the country from developing nuclear weapons.

Tim Russert - Journalist. Born in Buffalo, New York, he is best remembered for hosting NBC television's "Meet the Press" from 1991 until his death. He concurrently served as political analyst for "NBC Nightly News" and the "Today" Program, and hosted the "Tim Russert" program interviewing prominent guests on MSNBC.

Tim Russert - Journalist. Born in Buffalo, New York, he is best remembered for hosting NBC television's "Meet the Press" from 1991 until his death. He concurrently served as political analyst for "NBC Nightly News" and the "Today" Program, and hosted the "Tim Russert" program interviewing prominent guests on MSNBC.

Maureen Orth-award winning journalist from UC Berkeley-was married to Tim Russert. She now has a Foundation and is a former Peace Corps volunteer.

Maureen Orth-award winning journalist from UC Berkeley-was married to Tim Russert. She now has a Foundation and is a former Peace Corps volunteer.

Tim Russert, 1950-2008

Tim Russert, 1950-2008

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