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Author: Ari Melber, MSNBC

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Ari Melber delivers the biggest political and news stories of the day, with interviews and original reporting from around the nation. An Emmy-winning journalist, attorney and former Senate staffer, Melber cuts through the spin and the noise to tell you what's really happening. Real news, every night.
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MSNBC’s Ari Melber hosts “The Beat” on Wednesday, May 12, and reports on the GOP’s vote to oust Liz Cheney from her House leadership position, the DOJ probe into Rudy Giuliani, GOP extremism, and Biden’s upcoming town hall on the coronavirus. Presidential historian Michael Beschloss and former SDNY prosecutor Danya Perry join. 
MSNBC’s Ari Melber hosts “The Beat” on Tuesday, May 11, and reports on the DOJ probes into Rep. Gaetz and Rudy Giuliani, how the GOP has evolved into a largely pro-Trump party, why voters view Biden as "moderate," and Fauci’s efforts to fact-check Rand Paul. MSNBC’s Juanita Tolliver and American Conservative Union Chairman Matt Schlapp join.   
MSNBC'S Ari Melber hosts "The Beat" on Monday, May 10, and reports on the GOP's efforts to oust Cheney, the federal probe into Rudy Giuliani, and the DOJ investigation into Rep. Gaetz. Melber also debuts the newest edition of  "The Summit Series," a series of in-depth interviews with leaders at the summit of their fields. MSNBC's Neal Katyal joins.
MSNBC's Ari Melber hosts "The Beat" on Friday, May 7, and reports on the GOP's continual devotion to Trump, the DOJ probe into Rep. Gaetz, the federal probe escalating against Rudy Giuliani, and "Foxitis." Music legend Perry Farrell joins. 
MSNBC'S Ari Melber hosts "The Beat" on Thursday, May 6, and reports on the DOJ probes into Rudy Giuliani and Rep. Matt Gaetz, McConnell's efforts to obstruct the Biden agenda, the GOP's decision to turn on Liz Cheney, and GOP hypocrisy. Democratic strategist Juanita Tolliver and Rep. Hakeem Jeffries join.
MSNBC’S Ari Melber hosts “The Beat” on Wednesday, May 5, and reports on the DOJ probes into Rudy Giuliani and Rep. Matt Gaetz, McConnell’s efforts to obstruct Biden’s agenda, and the GOP’s rejection of Liz Cheney. Sunny Hostin and Gary Trudeau join.
MSNBC’s Ari Melber hosts “The Beat” on Tuesday, May 4, and reports on the federal investigation into Trump ally Rudy Giuliani, the DOJ probe into Rep. Matt Gaetz, the GOP’s efforts to rebrand in the post-Trump era, and McCarthy’s recent attack on Rep. Liz Cheney. The Nation’s Joan Walsh and political strategist Chai Komanduri join.
MSNBC's Ari Melber hosts "The Beat" on Monday, May 3, and reports on the probe into Rudy Giuliani, the DOJ investigation into Rep. Gaetz, Biden's tax plan, and Anthony Brown Jr.'s funeral. MSNBC's Neal Katyal and Sen. Amy Klobuchar join.
MSNBC’s Ari Melber hosts “The Beat” on Friday, April 30, and reports on the federal probe into Rudy Giuliani, the DOJ investigation into Rep. Gaetz, and Biden’s first 100 days in office. Former federal prosecutor Danya Perry and The New York Times's Michelle Goldberg join.
MSNBC's Ari Melber hosts "The Beat" on Thursday, April 30, and reports on the federal probe into Rudy Giuliani and Biden's first 100 days in office. Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen joins.
MSNBC's Ari Melber hosts "The Beat" on Wednesday, April 28, and reports on the federal investigation into Rudy Giuliani and Biden's first address to a joint session of Congress. Melber takes viewers behind the scenes at the White House to discuss the preparations underway for Biden's speech.  James Carville joins. 
MSNBC'S Ari Melber hosts "The Beat" on Tuesday, April 27, and reports on Biden's first 100 days in office, the coronavirus, the DOJ investigation into Rep. Gaetz, the aftermath of the Chauvin trial, and the police killing of Andrew Brown Jr. Political strategist Chai Komanduri and MSNBC's Neal Katyal join.
MSNBC’S Alicia Menendez fills in for Ari Melber to host “The Beat” on Monday, April 26, and reports on GOP extremism, the police killing of Andrew Brown Jr., Biden’s first 100 days in office, and Joey Bada$$’s Oscar win. MSNBC’s Hayes Brown and Dr. Jason Johnson join.
MSNBC’S Alicia Menendez fills in for Ari Melber and hosts “The Beat” on Friday, April 23, and reports on the coronavirus vaccine, D.C. statehood, anti-protest laws, and policing. Katty Kay and Dr. Natalie Azar join.
MSNBC's Ari Melber hosts "The Beat" on Thursday, April 22, and reports on the aftermath of the Chauvin trial, Daunte Wright's funeral, the DOJ investigation into Rep. Gaetz, infrastructure, and evolving political views toward policing. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg joins.
MSNBC's Ari Melber hosts "The Beat" on Wednesday, April 21, and reports on the outcome of the Chauvin trial, the effects Chauvin's conviction will have on policing, the DOJ investigation into Rep. Gaetz, and the Green New Deal. Paul Butler, Michael Steele, and Marq Claxton join.
MSNBC’S Ari Melber hosts “The Beat” on Monday, April 19, and reports on the Chauvin trial, the DOJ’s investigation into Rep. Gaetz, the so-called “America First” caucus, and Biden’s infrastructure plan. MSNBC’s Juanita Tolliver joins.
In this bonus edition of “The Beat’s” podcast, MSNBC’s Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber is joined by former federal prosecutor Joyce Vance, civil rights attorney David Henderson, and law professor Paul Butler to answer questions about the historic Chauvin trial in a special conversation hosted on Twitter Spaces.
MSNBC’S Ari Melber hosts “The Beat” on Friday, April 16, and reports on the DOJ investigation into Rep. Gaetz, the evidence of collusion between the Trump Campaign and the Kremlin, Biden’s agenda and the Capitol Hill riot. Actor Richard Kind and former Mueller prosecutor Andrew Weissman join. 
MSNBC’s Ari Melber hosts “The Beat” on Thursday, April 15, and reports on the Chauvin trial, the police killing of Daunte Wright, the DOJ’s probe into Rep. Gaetz, the GOP’s hypocrisy regarding corporations, and Biden’s Russia sanctions. Former Watergate prosecutor Nick Akerman and Chai Komanduri join. 
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Alisia Marie Barbour

He's also referring to himself, Trump, Trump,Jr., blah, blah, blah, as "fighters." Trump, Jr. has never held any kind of public office (why is his name even mentioned?), so what are they fighting? Gaetz and Trump aren't and were never fighting for their constituents, but rather, to defend themselves. Against what?

May 8th
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Alisia Marie Barbour

I don't know...Gaetz keeps referring to the 17-year old as a "woman"; that's typically the language perverts use to describe underaged conquests...

May 8th
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Rich B

Messy Satellite Nonsense Barely Coherent

May 1st
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Alisia Marie Barbour

Children are freaking petri dishes! They should be wearing masks until vaccines are available for them.

Apr 28th
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Alisia Marie Barbour

"Main ex-girlfriend"="bottom bitch" or "main hoe".

Apr 20th
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Alisia Marie Barbour

If the officer was even remotely reasonable, he wouldn't have been bold enough to put his hand in his pocket, as if completely unbothered by the pleas, not only of his victim, but also of the witnesses, while a man was dying under his knee.

Apr 20th
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Alisia Marie Barbour

Ben Crump irritates my soul. He's an ambulance chaser. He's like, "What the hell? I'm already in Minnesota, might as well sweep her up in what I'm actually here for anyway 🤷🏾‍♀️. Ahmad Arbery's shut that crap down immediately.

Apr 15th
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Alisia Marie Barbour

The thing I found utterly disgusting was seeing Chauvin put his right hand in his pocket as if completely unbothered.

Apr 6th
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Nonya Bizness

"i never heard of water being an illegal substance in the united states." someone needs to inform carville that repubs are known here in the borderland for making water an illegal substance. they are responsible for americans being arrested and charged with 20 year felonies for setting water jugs on the ground out in the hot desert. when border patrol finds the water, they pour it out on the ground.

Mar 29th
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Alisia Marie Barbour

He meant "melanin", lol,

Mar 24th
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Alisia Marie Barbour

Okay, the ATF guy had a runny nose and I hope he finally blew his it, lol! So irritating to hear throughout the interview.

Mar 23rd
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Alisia Marie Barbour

I think it's a bit revisionist to say that hate crimes against Asian-Americans has no place in this country when racism, in general, was built into the fabric of this country. They're still going after Black men and women, Trump declared it was okay to go after Hispanics and Latinos, and, now, Asians. Donald is a product of that rhetoric, not the founder of it. It's always been happening, it's just in the spotlight now.

Mar 19th
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Alisia Marie Barbour

"Sniveling coward", Ari? Those, in any other circumstance, would be fighting words, lol.

Feb 22nd
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skyscapes

This podcast has been one day behind for the past few days.

Feb 13th
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Alisia Marie Barbour

"summoneded", cute misstep, lol.

Jan 28th
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Nonya Bizness

senate repubs: my stars! we're supposed to impeach an ex-president for the sole purpose of removing him from office? no. he's already impeached- i.e. charged. you're supposed to TRY him for his (alleged) offenses. for the sole purpose of doing your JOBS, doing JUSTICE, upholding the constitution. to the senator's logic, the "sole purpose" of criminal court would be to just put people in prison. the "sole purpose" of civil court would be to exchange money. the "sole purpose" of family court would be to pizz off virtually ~everyone~ involved. removal from office is, obviously, moot. a trial for his offenses, though, is very relevant. so is disqualifying him from ever holding office again- a constitutionally perscribed outcome that conveniently eludes these repub senators.

Jan 27th
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Alisia Marie Barbour

Reminds me of a line from a John Singleton movie, "Boyz N The Hood,": 'you got some rock? You got some blow? I'll suck your [thumb]!' Donald is delusional and desperate!

Jan 5th
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Alisia Marie Barbour

I just love how you incorporate rap lyrics to tell the stories of current political events. My mom doesn't like it, but music speaks to people.

Dec 16th
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Alisia Marie Barbour

They're harassing the shit out of me and my son, though, lol! I understand because that my son is getting extra attention since he's a first-time voter, but, if I'm getting phone calls, do I have to get mail, too?

Dec 16th
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Alisia Marie Barbour

Stop calling him a loser. He is a TOTAL LOSER. He doesn't necessarily have to be good at it and, we are under absolutely no obligation to coddle him, but, he and everyone else already know that he lost.

Nov 14th
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