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Joy-Ann Reid

Host of “The ReidOut"

Joy-Ann Reid is host of “The ReidOut” at 7 p.m. ET on MSNBC. “The ReidOut” features one-on-one conversations with politicians and newsmakers while addressing provocative political issues both inside and outside of the beltway.

Joy-Ann Reid is host of “The ReidOut” at 7 p.m. ET on MSNBC. “The ReidOut” features one-on-one conversations with politicians and newsmakers while addressing provocative political issues both inside and outside of the beltway.

Latest from Joy-Ann Reid

Joy Reid: We must stop electing people who just can’t do the job

Why is the U.S. — one of the richest, most complex and highly advanced market economies on earth — in the hands of painfully underqualified, unserious people?

3 reasons no lawyer should ever want Trump as a client

Being Donald Trump's lawyer may be one of the hardest jobs in America. Just ask Rudy Giuliani or Evan Corcoran.

What Ghana taught me about religious extremism in the U.S.

One of the interesting things about heading to Europe and Africa back-to-back is seeing just how central the Christian churches were in the Atlantic slave trade.

Trump's mug shot is justice. And Fani Willis is a national hero.

People like Trump persecuted Black and brown people in New York, like the Central Park Five. His mug shot in Fulton County represents justice.

America's safety is at the mercy of Trump's ego

Trump's classified documents indictment earlier this year made it especially clear that the former president’s ego is a threat to national security.

I got into Harvard because of affirmative action. Some of my classmates got in for their wealth.

Joy Reid explains how affirmative action got her into Harvard. She says Supreme Court Justices Ketanji Brown Jackson and Clarence Thomas also benefited from race-conscious admissions.

Trump just can’t stop himself from confessing

As Donald Trump’s criminal investigations pile up, his big mouth is his worst enemy — as evidenced by his latest Fox News interview, Joy Reid says.

Our oil addiction is eating us alive

The apocalyptic smoke from Canada’s wildfires serves as a reminder that as long as we stay addicted to oil, our planet will become even more dangerous.

Markwayne Mullin’s whiny race question has an obvious answer

Markwayne Mullins, the cage fighter turned Republican senator from Oklahoma, doesn’t have a clue about race — and his viral moment from Capitol Hill proved it.

DeSantis’ assault on ‘leftism’ is totalitarianism in disguise

Ron DeSantis on Memorial Day, standing in front of a big warship, assured Americans that, as your two-term president, he would “destroy leftism” and “wokeism.”

Tina Turner taught Black women like me to be fearless

Joy Reid pays tribute to Tina Turner, who died at age 83. The musical icon showed Black women — really, all women — what we can be when we stop being afraid.