Bridget Bennett / The New York Times Michael Bloomberg, a billionaire and former mayor of New York, speaks at a fundraising brunch for Steve Sisolak, left, the Democratic nominee for governor of Nevada, in Las Vegas on Sunday, Sept. 16, 2018. Bloomberg is actively considering a campaign for president as a Democrat in 2020. By Alexander Burns and Sydney Ember, New York Times News Service Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2018 | 2 a.m. SEATTLE — Michael Bloomberg is actively considering a campaign for president as a Democrat in 2020, concluding that it would be his only path to the White House even as he voices stark disagreements with progressives on defining issues including bank regulation, stop-and-frisk police tactics and the #MeToo movement. Bloomberg, 76, a billionaire media executive and former New York City mayor, has already aligned himself with Democrats in the midterm elections, approving a plan to spend $80 million to flip control of the House of Representatives. A political … [Read more...] about Bloomberg may run for president as a Democrat, but would he be embraced on the left?
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by ByAlexander Burns and Sydney Ember Sept. 17, 2018 SEATTLE — Michael R. Bloomberg is actively considering a campaign for president as a Democrat in 2020, concluding that it would be his only path to the White House even as he voices stark disagreements with progressives on defining issues including bank regulation, stop-and-frisk police tactics and the #MeToo movement. Mr. Bloomberg, 76, a billionaire media executive and former New York City mayor, has already aligned himself with Democrats in the midterm elections, approving a plan to spend $80 million to flip control of the House of Representatives. A political group he controls will soon begin spending heavily in three Republican-held districts in Southern California, attacking conservative candidates for their stances on abortion, … [Read more...] about Bloomberg May Run for President as a Democrat. His Views on Policing and #MeToo Could Be a Problem.
U.S. Sam Nunberg Robert Mueller Russia investigation Donald Trump To say Sam Nunberg wasn't happy to receive a subpoena from special counsel Robert Mueller on Monday would be an understatement. The former Trump campaign aide immediately turned to the cable news circuit for a series of no holds barred interviews, telling the stations' anchors that he has no intentions of complying with Mueller's request to appear before a federal grand jury in Washington, D.C., on Friday. Nunberg was particularly fixated on the sheer amount of time it would take him to comply with Mueller's subpoena, which also requires him to turn over his communications with former White House communications director Hope Hicks, former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon, Trump attorney Michael Cohen, former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski and—to Nunberg's chagrin—former adviser Roger Stone. Nunberg seemed especially outraged that he should be expected to betray the confidence of … [Read more...] about Sam Nunberg Says Trump is an ‘Idiot’ and ‘Carter Page Was Colluding With the Russians’ As He Goes Off the Rails on Live TV
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By Lara O’Reilly Lara O’Reilly The Wall Street Journal BiographyLara O’Reilly @larakiara [email protected] May 3, 2018 7:40 a.m. ET 0 COMMENTS Good morning. It’s not always easy to get news organizations to work together, but the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization has managed to get several newsrooms on the same page for a new ad campaign to celebrate World Press Freedom Day. A full page ad appearing in the New York Times encourages readers also to pick up The Wall Street Journal—and to watch CNN, listen to NPR, read USA Today, and so on. The idea of the campaign, created by Droga5, is “to convince people to spend more time with quality journalism,” New York Times Chief Operating Officer Meredith Kopit Levien wrote in a Medium post. Interesting timing: CNN’s digital editor in chief complained at a conference Wednesday that too many advertisers are shying away from news. This Is the End The … [Read more...] about CMO Today: Cambridge Analytica Shutting Down; Bloomberg Announces Paywall; Spotify’s Ad Business Grows