There are clearly many things that Donald Trump doesn’t like about being the president. He doesn’t like being briefed, or working weekends, or being criticized in any way. One thing Trump clearly loves, though, is the power to pardon people.
Former Republican strategist Steve Schmidt criticized President Donald Trump’s coronavirus response, saying that the United States would not have the highest death toll from the virus in the world if former President Barack Obama were still in office.
Ari Melber explained how Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee look bad by hiring a female prosecutor to do their dirty work for them in questioning Christine Blasey Ford.
Former Fox News analyst, Lt. Col. Ralph Peters, called Trump's revoking of national security clearances un-American and explained why Trump's actions pose a dangerous threat to our country.
MSNBC's Ari Melber called out an absurd lie that Rudy Giuliani told in what is an increasingly desperate effort to prevent Trump from talking to Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
Ari Melber pointed out that Trump has been exposed as a coward who refuses to fight Putin.
Trump went to Montana and still tried to claim that he is draining the swamp. MSNBC's Ari Melber shattered this ridiculous lie.
Ari Melber schools Trump on due process and the fact that he doesn't have the power to pick the other branches of the government.
Ari Melber preemptively called out Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's BS on immigration before showing the Kentucky Senator's claims.
On his MSNBC program The Beat, Ari Melber reported that Trump can't pardon his way out of any state crimes committed in the Russia scandal and that one state attorney general is already looking their jurisdiction for potential Russia state crimes.
Greta Van Susteren's time at MSNBC came to an end on Thursday as it is being reported that she is being replaced at 6 PM by Ari Melber.
“You don’t need to ask a separate branch of government, the Congress, to go find out what the executive branch obviously knows.”
Ever since the Hobby Lobby decision there have been two words playing in my head but it had taken a week before I heard anyone else say them aloud. Corporate veil.