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He was born in Nairobi Kenya on October 29, 1968, to his parents named Murad and Mila Velshi and raised in Ontario, Canada.

Ali met her in his own show as Lori was invited there as a guest.Ali Velshi came well prepared to dispute his rational for creating this nonsensical commission and called him on the carpet for seeing dead people when they are actually alive.Here's the transcript via MMFA: ALI VELSHI (HOST): What are you trying to get at?His former partner was never introduced to the media.Well past is past, as of now he is his life and we wish him for all the happiness that he deserves."You actually went after a particular voter who you said was dead and voted in an election, and it turned out that the guy was very much alive," Velshi stated. It's up to the states to maintain their voter roles and if there are inaccuracies on them then it's their job to correct them.

However, even with "dead people" still on their rolls, there is no proof that millions of people then voted in their places, fraudulently.

Ali started his professional reporting career as a General Assignments journalist for CFTO then later came to be a business journalist and presenter for Cable Pulse 24and its then sister channel City TV.

He went to the US in 2001, joining business news station CNNfn in New York City including Street Sweep, Your Money and soon.

In comments on Twitter, she attributed her dismissal to poor ratings, and said she didn’t begrudge the network.

MSNBC's Ali Velshi exposed Trump's Voter Fraud agent Kris Kobach as the hack he is by highlighting how Kobach went after a dead person who voted to prove his point, but in reality the person in question was very much alive. has a voter fraud problem by any measure imaginable, by frauds like Kobach are only interested in purging voters from the state rolls and enacting Voter ID laws so they have come up with their "dead people" nonsense to try and give them some leverage to proceed.

It's a straw man argument that Trump has bought into to justify he's own bogus claims of voter fraud.