Ari Melber

Ari Melber


Anchor of @thebeatwithari airing nightly at 6pm ET on MSNBC | NBC News Analyst | MSNBC Chief Legal Correspondent | Lawyer | Emmy-winning reporter? PODCAST:

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"If someone called me the 'Kanye West of Broadway' - I know this is going to probably 'cancel me' - that would be lit!" -- Playwright@jeremyoharris  on challenging people through art, defending @rihanna  on Broadway, & a lot more

Reporting on the substance and policy issues in the *entire* @JoeBiden  interview with @cthagod :

That second bowl of Lucky Charms tastes even better, because the leftover milk is so much sweeter.

Class of 2020: You made it; adversity doesn't have to "dim your lights...I didn't get the chance to graduate.. I wasn't even in a pandemic.. I was literally in Starbucks when I got my cap & gown. I knew how it felt to not feel celebrated." - @TEYANATAYLOR 

The one and only Birdman joins me tonight live on IG...

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Tonight we have a special report on medical experts who correctly warned about this pandemic -- how they were treated, and how can we learn from them going forward?...

Meet the experts who got coronavirus right — and how Trump ignored their warnings. Our special report:

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FACT: A President under investigation for *firing the FBI Director* & obstructing justice who recently watched guilty pleas & flipping by his personal lawyer, campaign chair, deputy chair & national security adviser just fired his handpicked AG & replaced him with a loyalist.

Shorter Bill Barr: I stand by intervening to help a convicted Trump adviser, but I wish Trump did not admit what we are doing on Twitter

Paul Manafort’s lenient 4-year sentence — far below the recommended 20 years despite extensive felonies and post-conviction obstruction — is a reminder of the blatant inequities in our justice system that we all know about, because they reoccur every week in courts across America

Speaker Pelosi argues Pres. Trump broke the law, but that is best addressed through the next election not impeachment. What happens to that argument when Trump’s conduct may undermine whether there even is a fair election?

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