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This article relies largely or entirely upon a . single source (January 2014) Ari Melber (born 1980) is an American journalist. [1 ]
He is currently a co-host of the afternoon
MSNBC talk show and an occasional substitute host for other MSNBC shows, including The Cycle and All In with Chris Hayes . He also appears as an analyst on other MSNBC and The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell CNBC programs, writes a blog about politics and law for MSNBC, and serves as a correspondent for His writing has focused on politics, organizing, The Nation. civil rights, legal issues in national security, and technology issues, and has appeared in , The Atlantic Reuters and Politico. Melber wrote a report about Organizing for America and contributed to several books.
He previously worked for Senators
John Kerry and Maria Cantwell, and also practiced law and was an editor of the . He also worked for the Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy Center for Constitutional Rights based in New York, NY. References [edit ] External links [edit ]