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. Comedian Dave Chappelle is getting personally involved in politics for the first time in his career, by endorsing his friend and candidate for Governor of Maryland, Ben Jealous. In a podcast exclusive, hear an extended version of Ari Melber's latest interview with lawyer Michael Avenatti, including his response to Michael Cohen hiring Clinton loyalist, Lanny Davis as his lawyer. Plus, hear more from a previous interview, where Michael Avenatti first discussed his view that Michael Cohen would flip. In this bonus episode, listen to two interviews with Ret. Peters explains why he views Trump's actions at his summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin as "treason" and examines the impact Fox News has had on being a "propaganda machine" for Trump. Liz Plank also comments on how both Democrats and the media must look to the success of candidates like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez who defeated incumbent Rep. In this bonus episode, listen exclusively to Ari Melber's extended interviews with Trump's "Art of the Deal" co-author Tony Schwartz, recorded as part of a new series on the show called "State of Mind", where we dig into deeper issues of emotion, mental health and happiness particularly as they intersect with politics.
Thursday, August 27 Episode
The show premiered on July 24, , and was nominated for a Emmy Award. Melber graduated from the University of Michigan with an A. He then joined Senator John Kerry 's presidential campaign, working the Iowa caucus and as California deputy political director. Melber was one of the first journalists to report that the firing of FBI Director James Comey could trigger an investigation into obstruction of justice. He reported on May 9, , the day Comey was fired, that a former FBI official told him the firing raised the question of potential obstruction by President Trump. Melber reported President Trump's actions toward Ukraine provided a potential case of impeachment for "bribery" in October. A few months into the Mueller probe , on August 29, ,  Melber broke the story that a state investigator was exploring jurisdiction to charge potential defendants in the Mueller probe with state crimes, meaning a conviction would not be eligible for a presidential pardon. Politico followed up on the report the next day,  and New York State prosecutors ultimately did file separate charges against Paul Manafort in March , at the conclusion of his trials in the Mueller probe.
Wednesday, August 26 Episode
The biggest political and news stories of the day, with interviews and original reporting. Follow msnbc. Thursday, August 27 Episode. Police brutality exposed: Innocent Black men killed as killers are peacefully arrested. Trump boycott: Pelosi says Trump not worthy of debating Biden.
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