MSNBC chief legal correspondent Ari Melber joins TODAY to discuss the latest revelations in the strange saga of Robert Durst, suspected in several murders. He says that the one thing we know for sure about the real estate heir is that for years, Durst has “been talking and not going to jail for the murders.”
MSNBC’s chief legal correspondent Ari Melber breaks down statements from President-elect Donald Trump and his senior adviser Kellyanne Conway about Trump’s business and financial connections. Conway says that Trump came to Washington, D.C. “owing nobody anything,” but Melber says Trump should release his tax returns and outstanding debts, for transparency about any foreign banks he may owe.
Ari Melber Ari Melber is a co-host on MSNBC's ensemble show “The Cycle,” airing daily at 3pm E.T., he writes “The Law of Politics” for MSNBC.com, a reported blog on politics, law and constitutional rights, and he is a correspondent for The Nation. Contact: amelber (at) hotmail.com