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Trump and Biden to face off in first 2020 presidential debate
"When President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden T up for the first presidential debate of the election season. Let's head to our Bloomberg 99 1 newsroom in Washington and Bloomberg's Amy Morris Amy All right. Thank you, John. The candidates are set to face off Tuesday at case Western University in Cleveland debates going to run about 90 minutes without commercials. Let's take a look at some of the topics the techniques And just how this will work in the middle of a Corona virus pandemic. Bloomberg's politics reporter covering the 2020 campaign, Ryan Teague, Beckwith joins me now with some insight, Ryan. It is a pleasure. Thanks so much for taking the time with us. Any time. Now, as we know President Trump has his own debate style. So let's take a look at how the president is going to be taking on his debate. Opponent. Yeah, one thing that Trump has always done after be appearances even before he got into politics. Is re watch them with the sound off and I think that's kind of a good way of understanding how he approaches. He does not use this as much as a contest of ideas or a chance to get his message out as it as a very physical act. If you recall from the 2016 debate for Hillary Clinton, he was often sort of physically looming over her. He was taller than her obviously and brought her shouldered, But he sort of cases the The debate stage almost like a Mexican wrestler or something, he he very much wants to control the physical space, and that was a very different thing when he was up against Hillary Clinton. Then it will be with Joe Biden. So we have not yet seen the two of them really in the same physical space. Much at all other than the inauguration, So that will be really interesting thing to watch. Are we going to see them in
Families Grateful Charges Were Filed In Soldiers’ Home Coronavirus Deaths, West Of Boston
"The Holyoke soldiers home now facing charges in connection with the deaths of dozens of veterans there from covert 19 Attorney General Maura Healey. Criminal charges against superintendent than at Walsh. And former medical director David Clinton. Thes charges stem from their alleged role in the deadly coded 19 outbreak at the Holy Oak Soldiers home. We believe this is the first criminal case in the country. Brought against those involved in nursing homes during the Cobain 19 pandemic more from WNBC TV Cheryl Fiandaca, Thank God I was just so grateful that was Laurie Mandeville bowed its reaction to the criminal charges filed against the former Holyoke soldiers, home superintendent and its medical director. Lori's dad, Jim, one of 76 veterans who died after getting Cove in 19 at the state run facility. I personally believe they deserve the maximum sentence under law. Cheryl Blaze feels the same way. Her dad Robert, also died of Covitz at Holy Oak, the decisions that they made to put Bets together in a room that somewhere positive somewhere negative. It was criminal. It was awful. I'm thrilled. I'm really, really happy that they're being held accountable. Attorney Tom Lesser represents more than 20 families. In a civil rights lawsuit, heartened that Bennett walls and Dr David Clinton are indicted, but says others are also to blame for the tragic deaths. We have. I've defended. We have the secretary of Veterans of Bears Arena we have the director of nursing You have the assistant director of nursing We think those are the five people most responsible. The family say they know they have a long road ahead. But they now believe they're one step closer to justice. Coming up Bloomberg
Google Maps now shows you where covid-19 cases are spiking
"Google maps is introducing a covert layer to show users how cases are trending in certain areas. The layer will be color coded to show users the density of the seven day average for new Corona virus cases. Google says data is collected from multiple authoritative sources, which includes the New York Times, Johns Hopkins and Wikipedia. The company hopes the feature will allow people to make more informed decisions about where to go. And what to DIO.
Breonna Taylor's Family Demands All Body Cam Footage To Be Released To the Public
"Briana Taylor's family is demanding Kentucky authorities released all body footy camp, Fall Body Camera. Excuse me all body cam footage, police files and transcripts of grand jury hearings in her killing by police now None of the officers involved were charged in her death and protest do continue across the country. Jerry Cole is among those in Louisville, showing their support for Taylor helped people who Kill me. Ana Taylor. They got a idea.
Amazon Luna, new Echo speakers, Fire TV, a flying Ring drone-cam and more
"Some new services and products, including video game subscriptions through a portal called Luna Plus New devices include different versions of the best selling echo and echo dot smart speakers and next year a new ring home security camera attached to a drone can patrol the inside of your House Futures
Facebook plays whack-a-mole with foreign election interference
"Facebook said this week it's taken down several networks of fake accounts over concerns about meddling in the US election the latest crop tied to Russian intelligence services. The company says the accounts on facebook and instagram could have been used to leak hack documents. It also removed several authentic Chinese accounts that in some cases shared material related to president trump and his opponent former vice president Joe, Biden facebook didn't say whether those accounts were directly tied to the Chinese government which has denied any influence campaigns. Sarah Frier is a reporter for Bloomberg who's been following developments. This is just indicative of. How facebook is going to continue to be playing, whack a mole with these kinds of operations there they're going to have to keep looking for them, finding them, stopping them, and when I say these operations, I need what facebook considers to be coordinated inauthentic behavior. Specifically, the kind of influenced campaigns where entities from another country are trying to pretend to be US citizens to stir controversy. When in fact, they are not researchers who looked into these fake Chinese accounts found that some of them were created using a I generated faces. So not real faces. How concerned should we be about that? I think that that makes it harder to you to determine whether somebody is not a real person like often you can. You can look in an account and do a reverse image search and find that the person who's accounted as is actually someone else or stealing someone's picture. But now you can generate faces with AI, which is a little scarier generate new identities in. It's hard to tell the difference between that and a a real person. Do you have a sense of how influential foreign interference might be in the selection, which is already underway? I think the bigger issue may be domestic efforts to influence the election. I think that a lot of people have learned from the events of the past few years, just how how incredibly powerful it can be to stoke fear conspiracy and strong feelings. But that's what spreads on facebook is if you can get a reaction out of something if you can people to care and. Share and make something go. That is that's what works, and so I think that outside of the issue of fake accounts in fake identities there's this larger issue of of. The kind of viral misinformation that has spread and facebook has a much
Evergrande bond trading halted on reports of cash crunch
"Extremely volatile session in the company's shares. We got reports of developers fearing a cash crunch. Let's bring in China Markets co anchor David English, David Get us up to speed with the story. It is a fast paced, developing one. Certainly we've had news in the last hour. Absolutely absolutely. And in fact, I'm just looking at just the shares right now. And we have about 30 40 minutes left before we entered a lunch break here in Hong Kong. We It probably fell yesterday. It fell at the open, then erase all those losses and traded higher and as we speak, it's not a raise. As much as what I think a 7% game. I mentioned it earlier when I was speaking with Yvonne and Tom. There's a lot of ifs in the story, and certainly it depends where you go and how this develops and could well be have massive market implications. That could mean one option or one scenario, or it also could be the world's Biggest nothing burger, really, if it does avarice that cash crunch But again there lots of there's a lot of uncertainty right now, which, I guess partly explains one to move in the equity market and second. More importantly, the pressure that has been consistent In the bond markets where you have, say 24 and five year bonds of the company that owns the local bonds, for example, maturing 2023 2024 falling as much as 20% last I checked in Shanghai. And have been have been halted, in fact, for about 30 minutes, But that was as of about an hour ago, so they should be trading right now, But it's it's precisely Rish and has how you would expect something like this to play out in the market. To a lesser extent in the equity markets, But the money's as they mentioned are continuing to be under pressure. We're trading over 90 yesterday were roughly in the mid seventies right now. Dave. It does seem like investors, a mauling the implications of this I mean, take a look at the stocks. You know, in the money in losses back and forth. What sparked this in the first place? What's this warning coming from the company? So it was. It was a letter that the company on it was a letter, dated about a month ago and it was from the company was sent to the Guandong government and essentially outlining If you will, the worst a really bad scenario. I wouldn't see worse case a really bad scenario in which if if they don't manage to get support for restructuring and part of that restructuring with then see, perhaps, or possibly see Them getting a listing in Shin Jin. If they don't get back, they're up against a deadline. January 31st, and that's when strategic investors may bow out. If that doesn't get extended, then it's this cash crunch $19 billion, as much as that. And to put that into context, size and scope. That's over 90% of their cash and cash equivalents. Not they're not. They're total assets but cash, but in other words, it's a sizable portion that they have to face. Not. The company's also come out separately with a statement responding to certain things that name seen on social media, and I'm going to read that just so I could be very, very precise here that the relevant documents and pictures Are fabricated as pure and are pure defamation, causing serious damage to the company's reputations. That's two sides of the story is an ongoing and developing one. As you would imagine.
'Beyond busy': Costco gets a sales boost from the coronavirus
"The bell Costco posted better than expected earnings, thanks to customers stocking up on supplies during the pandemic, but it's spending a lot to protect customers. Find Mona Rivera at Bloomberg for news radio 600 Kogo,
Drugmaker Novavax begins late-stage vaccine trial in UK
"Company Novavax kicks off the late stage of its vaccine study on 10,000 patients in the UK at least a quarter of the trial participants will be seniors. We get more now from Bloomberg's Michelle Cortez. It's very interesting how they're doing it. They're taking a new approach, and they're going to be combining it with a flu vaccine that it will know how it day in terms of fighting off both of the viral infection, and they're also really worked very hard to make sure that they're including a lot of people who are Divers, maybe high with a lot of minority population who have been hard hit by the virus. And other backs joins the ranks of AstraZeneca, father and others as vaccine enters the final stretch on the path towards regulatory approval. We
Pac-12 announces it will play college football this fall, walking back previous vote
"12 is resuming college football. Now this brings back the major conferences as well. They're talking about November on this with the backdrop. Remember that Notre Dame A CZ cancelled its game this weekend because of new covert cases, so we'll we'll keep our fingers crossed.
Stocks open lower as investor hopes for more fiscal stimulus fade
"Is the lack of fiscal stimulus to deal was the homegoing fallout from the Corona virus. Can you really see anything meaningful getting done? Before the election. Absolutely not. I mean, my bass case was hopeful that we would be able to get a fiscal stimulus down about a month ago. But now with the tragic passing of justice, revenge that we have this situation toward now, people are really battling on Capitol Hill on getting the next fiscal. Sammy was done. We saw today the Democrats coming out talking about At $2.4 billion English package, which did crop up the markets, But then it quickly faded away. And that's kind of been the name of the game. We see these conversations happen, and then they just fizzle out so The political uncertainty happening. We just don't believe that that will be the next Case going forward with the fiscal stimulus, so investors still have to embrace that left policy. So included in this planet's being sketched out by the Democrats. It includes some relief for the airline industry here in the U. S. Has a way of averting those a massive jobs losses that could come next week when the cares act goes away today, Mnuchin Treasury secretary said. Hey, I cannot tap the unused Corona virus lending authority to get grants to the carriers. What is the outlook for domestic carriers? And you've in your view? You had the outlook's pretty dim right now. We definitely do need that fiscal stimulus to coat into those airlines air into those domestic carriers just because of the multiplier that they have on economic conditions that it's not just the airlines and the employees that we need to worry about. It's all of the subsidiaries of small companies that go into helping those airlines operate on a daily basis. And so monetary stimulus has been a very big conversation. I think that's kind of not with focus needs to be because we need direct payments to these airline companies. We need direct payments from a fiscal support into the paychecks or to the pockets of airline workers.
Trump pays respects to Ginsburg in Washington, DC; protesters chant 'vote him out'
"Was was heckled heckled by by protesters protesters who chanted vote him out as he paid his respects to late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg today. President and first lady Melania, both wearing mass stood silently at the top of the steps of the court and look down at Justice Ginsburg's flag draped coffin. Mr Trump is called Ginsberg and Amazing Woman. Protesters also briefly chanted Honor her wish reference to Ginsberg stated wish that she would not be replaced on the court until after the election. Senate
Florida AG defends investigation of Bloomberg's donations to help felons vote
"Attorney general's asked for an investigation into billionaire Michael Bloomberg's donation to help former felons pay their debts so they can vote in November. Florida Governor Rhonda Status and Attorney General Ashley Moody, both Republicans say Democrat Mike Bloomberg's donation may have Lated election laws that prohibit incentives for voting. Bloomberg put up the money after a court said the state can require restitution before former felons regained their voting rights. A wall that dissent has asked for, and Republican lawmakers passed, it could affect hundreds of thousands of people who are expected to vote Democrat in a very tight presidential race.
US jobless claims reach 870,000 while new home sales continue to increase
"Is how many new jobless benefit applications were filed with state unemployment offices last week. That's an unexpected uptick from the week before and suggests a U. S. Job market recovery Getting stuck, but real estate remains the real thing as the Commerce Department says US. New home sales jumped 4.8% last month to the strongest level in 14 years. It follows a similar superlative in yesterday's August report on existing home sales and wrote a Bloomberg business on W. B. Z Boston's NewsRadio
TikTok urges US court order to block Trump ban
"Okay, Rich. Thank you. So much. A story Has Linda just touched on a US judge will hear Tic Tac's call for President Trump's bad to be halted later Thursday, as Chinese State media slam is moved. They say the oracle deal is quote a dirty and underhanded trick. With the China daily, likening US demands to a gangster, forcing an unreasonable deal on a legitimate company. The Global Times calls the Oracle deal, quote an unpalatable gambit and accuses Washington of
Almost 90% of New York City's restaurants, bars couldn't pay August's rent in full, survey finds
"Alliance surveyed 450 restaurants, bars and nightclubs. All but a few dozen said they could not pay their full August rent. The New York Times reports the city's outdoor dining program and federal financial aid have not been much more than a band aid during the Corona virus crisis. The city will resume into our dining a 25% capacity beginning next week, offering relief to the industry. But for some, it's too late. George Weld, who owns the longstanding Williamsburg restaurant, Egg, tells either New York he will cease operations this weekend. Separately. In a survey last month, the National Federation of Independent Business found that 21% of small business owners nationwide expect to have to close if economic conditions don't improve in the next half year, and
PS5 Pre-Orders at Walmart Are Acting a Little Strange
"Biggest news of the week, of course. Everything that's Sony. announced. Yesterday, we finally have price released eight, and then a priori sort of clumsily with live last night and cause mass hysteria nationwide. Playstation five is out November twelfth two days after xbox series. The full version is five hundred dollars. Digital version is four hundred dollars I believe we all got our preorder secured I got a disk version from Amazon. Reason being because I have to play on my special edition Blu rays. Where did everyone else? I know Sam got one from like real need. You got one from Walmart. Target best buy and game stops. Yeah. We we have to kind of outsource extra steps because we capture a lot of game play at work and stuff like that, and so we just need extra systems around. So we we usually do a little bulk order like that, but it'd get a bunch of The digital ones are really hard to get and I think the will want them to. We ran a poll today that said about a thirty percent of people still haven't got the system they wanted to order and a, and a bunch of those people said that they wanted to digital one I thought that was pretty cool but we suspect there's very few out there just. Yeah, the. Data shows us that there's about one percent as many digital editions as there are. One, present. Crazy crazy. This is only based off. We can only see like people that clicked on it and deals links and then bought one, and so there's it's possible that none of our readers in particular with the digital edition. But I, don't think that's the case because because they also they also that in like twenty minutes. So it's this mad rush to appear to the consoles them and the dust had settled. We had sold one hundred times more disk consoles, and so I think that Sony is just making like beyond few of them and this is just my speculation. But like I bet the story is going to emerge as the weeks go on digital edition is like very scarce not very common. The only thing we officially know is that they mentioned or Jim Ryan mentioned in an interview that they were producing more for launch, the PS five, and then they did for the PS four I think that was in response to there was a rumor out there that there would be fewer than there were for the PS four or that there would be production issues. So I think they were trying to just kind of. Pr Their way out of that one. But even even before that Bloomberg report this week Sony itself you know launched its mysterious own direct Priori Program said that orders we're going to be very scarce. People are assuming it's going to be hard to find, and if people are following that, that's still the. Emails about that direct purchase from Sony still like we've Kinda grand through all the retailers that could even have prayers although Justin just got a scoop that targets is put up some more preorder issues now maybe. Somehow watching the show live. Yeah the priorities are such a mess and Sony Sony said like and pre orders open tomorrow, and then Walmart said, no, no preorder is open right now. After Walmart did that then the domino's started to fall a target came online and best buy came online and best buy site. Now, twenty four hours later is still wrecked still can't go to best buy DOT COM like Some of this is some of this is Sony's fault in my opinion for not being more organized and buttoned up on Mike. Here's the date and time for preorder is like everyone just relax. But some of this, also like interest in hype for the PS five is unprecedented like I never seen a console that like as had more prelaunch hype and interest than than the PS five. So I think somebody's retailer websites in downtime and stuff would have happened. No matter what. That's usually the way things go and I'm very curious. What is it for for the xbox series xbox series asked they're going up on September twenty second I believe in the daily gave a time eight am. Did they finally reveal the time Today let's get I. Don't know I. Don't know why at the end of their show yesterday couldn't have said you know good live tomorrow at ten. Right because everybody would have north them well, maybe. Maybe that maybe Walmart so pissed off that they're selling a digital console that they are not going to be able to sell more games for the navy. Editors there. So supply constrained like they're gonNA THEY'RE GONNA sell out in a few minutes. So why like what? What's the jockeying till? I go I like. We want people to ordering from us not our archrival target. It's not like you're going to sell every single PS five you get your hands on. So why make it this big fire drill?
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"All of the world twenty-four hours a day and bloomberg.com on the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg quick take is Bloomberg Radio losing Bell. Wrong with the world headquarters on Charlotte, There was a down day on Wall Street Stock slumped Airlines and hotels particularly hard hit amid signs at World economy has a long way to go get back on track down for the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange almost four shares fell on the S&P 500 index for everyone the gained the tech-heavy NASDAQ gauges dropped off a record intraday high in the afternoon a losing session there at
"w. bloomberg" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"And now the spiel Michael Bloomberg. Perhaps bound by a restrictive. Nda could not provide any information to some of the most basic questions that came his way in last night's debate. Why stop and Frisk? Why did you say all those horrible things to female employees? Why won't you release the women? You locked in a tower of silence like buzz-cut Ripon Zell's now if you know about the policies it might be tempting to say. Well the reason he couldn't defend them is that they were indefensible. Well Michael Jordan was indefensible. But sometimes he scored fifty and sometimes he'd scored twenty there are better ways in worse ways for Bloomberg to have made his case or rebutted the case of others the worst way. That's what he actually did which was pretty much to make no counter case at all. Take this charge. I like to talk about who were running against a billionaire who calls women fat broads and Horseface Lesbians which. Bloomberg said nothing he just stood there and then when it was his turn to talk it didn't address it but there was a big thing he could have said he could have been perfectly accurate insensible and it was the thing that doesn't absolve him. It takes a little bit of responsibility. And then he can move the conversation off to an area he'd prefer something like well those quotes. You just said about me. I didn't say all the things that you're saying I said I literally can't remember if what you're talking about which is more than thirty years ago. I joked about Prince Andrew and the royal family. I think if I understand what the joke was trying to be an refer to that was the reference so in one thousand nine eight or nine hundred eighty nine. The idea of the royal family was his foreign to me as the landers or some other. Game of thrones characters are two people here in the audience. But of course it's wrong. It's unkind it's not how I talk now. It's not how I think now. Maybe some of you had ideas back in the eighties that you regret like you. Senator Warren and I we both in the eighty supported Ronald Reagan. Anyway those were really bad jokes. Dumb jokes and the important thing is that I governed. I was a mayor for twelve years. And I didn't do it as a sexist. I did as a champion of women's causes have given ten million dollars to planned parenthood in the US. I've given fifty million dollars to planned. Parenthood global where we support women's reproductive health and Nicaraguan Senegal and Uganda so again bad words. I don't live a life reflective of those words and I have never governed in a sexist way all right. That's a little better right. They might be saying. That's fine for the horseface portion of the beatdown that we saw but what about the NDA part mayor has to stand on his record. And what we need to know is exactly what's lurking out there. He has gotten some number of women. Dozens who knows to sign nondisclosure agreements. Both for sexual harassment and for gender discrimination in the workplace. So Mr Mayor. Are you willing to release all of those women from those nondisclosure agreements? So we can hear their side of the story. We have a very few nondisclosure agreements. How many how many none of them accused me of doing anything. Other than maybe. They didn't like a joke. I told and let me. Just let me play agreement between parties. That wanted to keep it quiet. And that's up to them. They signed those agreements. And we'll live so wait when you say at this up just WANNA be clear. Some is how many link no answer and when you when you say. They signed them and they wanted than if they wish now to speak out and tell their side of the story about what it is they alleged. That's now okay with you. You're releasing them on television tonight. He could have said No. Because that's a stunt what the is is a legal contract and I honour legal contracts unlike some people and these women by the way and I think this is true. this me. Mike pesca talking but it standard these women by the way. Get from me. A non disparagement clause which is my consideration in this legal contract and they shouldn't be asked to release me from that when you run a company of now it's twenty thousand people you're going to have. Hr situations people will be fired. People would be denied promotions. People will say that's not fair. Other people say fair some may be right so maybe wrong. I mean I've been in business for thirty years. I've made billions of dollars paid billions of dollars to this country and taxes. I admit that I have probably made some bad personnel decisions along the way or people under me who ultimately report to me made some decisions that other employees thought were unfair. The point is I was mayor for twelve years. I DID NOT GOVERN. In a sexist way at a deputy. Commissioner forty percent of my women were commissioners. The American people need a smart leader yesterday. Not a perfect leader. Twenty-five years ago that's probably too long from the time he got but some version that would have been better than just blinking in stuttering. Then on stop and Frisk. Oh my God. It was awful on this his performance smacks of someone who took the advice. Okay I'm going to ask for forgiveness but having had no experience asking for forgiveness in his life none that I know of it came off really bad. Let's play some of that I've sat. I've apologized of ESA forgiveness but the bottom line is that we stopped too many people but the policy that too many people. And we've got to make sure that we do something about criminal justice in this country. There is no great answer to a lot of these problems and if we took off everybody that was wrong. On this off this panel. Everybody that was wrong on criminal justice at some time in the careers. There'd be nobody up here so the way to talk about. This is the way he has talked about it in the past not on the stage last night. I personally can't fathom why the phrase forty percent decline in incarceration wasn't peppered into that response and several others did bring down the murder rate in New York. He could have emphasized how driven he was on an emotional level to save the lives of the people he actually did wind up saving. It's not his stock in trade. You be emotional. But I've seen him try that and in different settings that comes across better also we should note the ninety five percent decline. That he said is misleading. So that's some of what I would have said what it have helped. Let you say it wouldn't have hurt so much and in these areas Bloomberg really does have a bad record not bad by the sensitivities of today but stop and Frisk is language in the workplace and even Muslims surveillance which didn't get into that was just bad but I do believe a lot of his other. Ideas would be very appealing to Democrats and large swaths of Independents and Republicans and through better more thought out answers more aggressive answers. Bloomberg could have at least stanch some of the bloodletting their on stage in two thousand sixteen the other Republicans for the most part were hands off on DONALD TRUMP. But then eventually they came at him and what he did was he gave as good as he got. He didn't go with facts. He didn't do it with kindness. He didn't do it by acting within the proper bounds of how people are supposed to act but we often did it with fury but at least he gave the impression to voters that he was standing up for himself meaning. A trump curious voter might conclude. Oh with that passion. He'll stand up for me a stupid thing to conclude but if what you're doing up there it just taking the shots and not saying anything and offering horrible defenses. How can a voter seeing you? A champion for himself or herself. Defencelessness was the overall impression that Bloomberg gave. It's a little bit different from indefensible. But it's not so different in the conclusion that it will lead voters to if some drastically different tactics aren't taken soon and that's it for today show. Priscilla lobby is the gist associate producer. She wants insulted Queen. Beatrix of the Netherlands in the early off. Better not mentioned Daniel Schrader just producer has done important work for the Wiccan community by that. I mean he's watched all of buffy the gist. Let's be real. The president of Mexico probably couldn't name Amy Predappio do Peru and thanks for listening..
"w. bloomberg" Discussed on Today, Explained
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And I'm the host of a podcast called reset reset is a podcast about the impact of technology how humans have shaped it and how technology reflects our values and biopsies reset is also a podcast. About how much good tech has accomplished and how much better it could be if we listen to each other. Recently we've covered stories about how artificial intelligence is being used to track corona virus. We've also cover and how to solve the problem of child predators on Gaming Sites. And why are night? Sky might soon be filled with thousands of new satellites. Subscribe to reset for free on apple podcasts. Spotify or in your favorite podcast APP later nerds to turn All right so mayor might Kinda got visceral on the debate stage last night but will it matter do debate performances effect the outcomes for candidates. That is the question and I asked political science professor Julia Zari. So there's actually a pretty big literature in political science and communications going back to the nineteen eighties that suggests that a do so in in primaries where you don't have party labels to help you locate candidates. It does seem like the kinds of very attuned and engaged. People who who watched debates do take something away from them about the candidates. Well we don't know how long those effects last or exactly what they look like an in a very crowded primary like this one right. Let's talk about this primary because it felt sort of distinct that there were so many people on stage especially in the outset where these debates seemed like. They weren't even good at getting to the crux of any issue because so many people had to weigh in and there is such little time afforded each candidate. How did that affect in your eyes? The effectiveness of these debates. And there's a couple of things going on in a debate and one is people do tune in. I think like you said to get to the crux of an issue to like hear back and forth than like serious proposals about an issue. And that's great as you said this very unlikely to happen in a stage was ten people but also for some of these candidates to show themselves and be imagined by voters as president. I think that's a very slippery concept so it's hard to pin down and maybe underappreciated but a lot of what kids are doing is they're trying to present themselves in a way that voters can see them in that role and make that intellectual leap from this person. Who's a politician and other office or a media person or a business person to see them in this in this office? That in our politics is like no other to meet sovereign advantage to candidates. Who aren't as well known. I think we've seen that in a couple of cases they have help. Some of these lesser known candidates breakout not all of them obviously and it does allow these candidates to sort of show. What would they look like on a debate? Stage was trump. What would they? What would they look like at a podium and this is very superficial but this is TV we were talking about? What would they look like? They sell like what were the what were their words. Sound like if they were delivering a state of the Union and kind of helps people make that leap of imagination. I mean someone who's watched every single one of these debates. I think that's always surprised me. Was that someone. Perhaps people could find the easiest to pictures. President Vice President. Joe Biden seemed to really struggle in these debates. He'd say strange things he would ramble. He kind of got laughed at several times and yet it never seemed for a long time to affect him in the polls is that because the people who watch these debates aren't the people who are being pulled. I mean maybe I think that some of it is just the people's attitudes about Biden are sort of baked in if you're a democratic primary voter and you're thinking you know what I want someone with experience someone who reminds me of the Obama Administration. That person is going to be older almost by definition. Then you're Kinda like okay. That's Joe Biden. And you know he's always kind of had funny verbal statements. That's that's who he is. So you're probably fine with that if you're again if you're a highly engaged voter. I also think that Biden winds support in the primary polls polls was driven somewhat. I name recognition. So we'll see I don't want to speculate about what's going to happen in the next couple of primaries as possible that Biden. We'll do really well but we are living right now as we're recording this in a moment where Biden has been this kind of front runner but not by that much And then has had a really rough time in New Hampshire and Iowa. So it's possible that will we're getting. There is a kind of soft support in the polls and that some of the drawbacks and concerns people have about Biden's candidacy were kind of lurking in those debates. What about people like Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders? Who are maybe unlike Biden. Pushing the party a little bit more to the left. Who are recognizable. Who seemed to kind of hit the notes you'd expect them to hit throughout? All these debates did did the debates help them in any way. Yeah I mean I think maybe I think that Warren General in these debates has done her thing where she has really dominated the spotlight. Most of the time she's had she's had answers that were basically on topic and where she's prepared. I think there've been a few times especially in areas where Warren as isn't a strongly foreign policy where that's maybe been a little bit of a liability for her because her whole appeal is around preparation. I also think that the confrontation between her and sanders over sexism was a very interesting moment and you know there have been opportunities for the two of them to have conflict in the earlier debates and they mostly resisted doing so so. I think that the debates have provided people away to look at how the left wing of the party is developing is this. Is this going to be faction where you have multiple candidates that are capable of coalescing and working together or is mainly is mainly about competition between Warren and Sanders? For that left lane. I think that question is still open. How much does Bloomberg's sort of upset the conventional logic about how important these debates are? I mean he's a candidate who clearly came in thinking he could buy the nomination and then over the mud that followed. He sort of proved that that was a distinct possibility. And you know last night. He showed up on the debate. Stage for the first time and had surged without even showing up to one before. Does he sort of upset the conventional wisdom in any way? I think that Bloomberg is is sort of challenging. The conventional wisdom generally about what it means to enter the primary late on the one hand. There's the suggestion that he has run ads. That are effective and they're saying what Democratic voters want to hear they come out until very strong story against trump and on the other hand there are complaints. You know he's sort of buying the primary buying support. Buying endorsements voters have been wondering. It seems like about some aspects of Bloomberg's record as as mayor as Businessperson about accusations of sexual harassment and inappropriateness as well as about stop and Frisk policy and last night. He had to answer those as a presidential candidate on a debate stage with other presidential candidates very well and I guess we'll have to wait and see whether it affects them at all. We only have one more Democratic primary debate and I think like I gotTa admit despite getting repetitive and being little frustrating at times I'll I'll miss these debates. It was nice to hear all of these people talking about the most important issues in this country every few weeks but I mean next time around. Should we have more fewer? Just do them differently. Oh man that's a good question. I mean here's what I would like to see that. I think the number of debates is fine. There's nothing you can say. That won't make people mad because we should have a debate debate every day every hour. We should have a couple of debates however many we've had they should be a time when people will watch them and they should be different. What I want to see in debates is like a little bit of variation so maybe have one kind of signature debate whereas more general and if people are GONNA WATCH ONE DEBATE. They can watch that debate. What what concerns me is sort of like this broken record of the candidates having the same exchange over and over again. I'm the one end. That's great like missed the debate or whatever and you can watch the next one will be the same but on the other hand. I think that that really runs the risk of disengaging people And making it seem like these politicians talking heads and with talking points at. We never really progress. But I would have. I would have to look at the data and see how many people are like us in watching them. All Julia. Zari is a political science professor at Marquette University in Milwaukee Wisconsin. Actually it's pronounced meal. Okay K which is gone for the good land. I was not aware of that. I think one of the most interesting aspects of Milwaukee is the fact that it's the only major American city to have ever elected three socialist mayors. Does this guy had a party or what? Okay well we gotta get going..
"w. bloomberg" Discussed on Today, Explained
"Explain last night like many nights that came before it. There was a democratic debate but unlike the many nights that came before there was a new person on stage competing for the Democratic nomination and he may well have been a Republican. I don't think he look at Donald Trump and say we need someone richer in the White House. Let's put forward somebody. Who's actually a democrat? Actually he used to be a Republican. But maybe we should also ask how Mayor Bloomberg in two thousand and four supported. George W Bush for president. I'd like to talk about who were running against a billionaire who calls women fat broads and Horseface Lesbians and now I'm not talking about Donald Trump. I'm talking about Mayor Bloomberg back in late November when Michael Bloomberg announced that he would vie for the Democratic nomination. I spoke to Emily Stewart from. Vox about his candidacy. The episode was called Kennedy Billionaire by the presidency. So this morning I asked him. We how that's been working out for him. Well we don't know if he will buy the entire presidency but he can certainly by himself some traction. He is gaining in the polls. And everybody's kind of got some Bloomberg fever one way or the other right now if you look at the news and why is that why is why is everyone in a in a tizzy about Michael Bloomberg he spent about four hundred million dollars on ads on television digital on the radio next year we can have a leader who brings people together solves problems and gets results might? Bloomberg would get it done. Mike Bloomberg is sort of everywhere you go and at first. It was kind of like like. Here's this guy. He's late entrant in the race. He doesn't seem to have a lot of chances. And then by the time. January rolled around. It was really starting to become clear that he was gaining some traction in the polls and then it seems like the past couple of weeks a lot of Democrats and progressives have freaked out about Mike Bloomberg and there's a ton of opposition research on him you know he's a guy who was mayor of New York for twelve years. He has set a lot of things. Done a lot of interviews. He has a lot of baggage and so whatever positive messaging he was putting out has also been countered by a ton of negative stuff about him and that's all he's really done between November and now is like blanket the country in ads. Yeah I mean. He's also been out campaigning. He does do rallies. He hasn't been campaigning. In the first four primary state so he is not an Iowa not in him shirt Nevada or South Carolina. But he's going to Virginia California Pennsylvania so his plan is really to focus on Super Tuesday which is March third when a bunch of states vote. So he has been out on the trail but the main strategy is just inundate everyone with Mike Bloomberg everywhere I like I like I like. I like Mike. I like. My President Obama work together. I know Mike is not afraid of the gun lobby. My story would have turned out very differently. I had been black that he loves America. I'm Mike Bloomberg and I approve this message and it's working. His poll numbers are going up. Yeah I mean if you look at the real clear. Politics Average of national polls. He's third right now. Pretty far behind Bernie Sanders. Who's the front leader of a pretty close to Joe? Biden was for a long time considered to be the front runner. He looks like he's doing pretty well. In different states in head to head matched us with trump to there was a whole not too long ago out of Michigan that put different Democrats against trump and Bloomberg was the one who did the best and I guess it's official now that trump season as something of a threat because he like made up a nickname for him right. Yeah he calls them many Mike Bloomberg and these guys who've known each other for a long time. It's clear that trump is a little bit annoyed by Bloomberg. Here's a guy who is much richer than donald trump. He has more than fifty billion dollars in estimated net worth he runs a giant company giant philanthropy operation so trump has taken notice of this and. I'm sure you know they have a long history here at New York. Not necessarily enemy is but they've known each other for a long time and Bloomberg is definitely on the president's radar. There's that photo of like him playing golf with Bill Clinton and Donald Trump and Rudy Giuliani end. Who else is in a Joe? Torry Billy Crystal Mr Potato Head. Woodrow Wilson has some sort of like philanthrophy thing foundation thing. I mean they've known each other for a long time and I'm sure socially as well is Bloomberg success in the Democratic race coming at the expense of someone else's Biden who suffering as a result. Or who well I think. Part of it is Biden before Bloomberg jumped in. I had heard from people that basically he decided not to run in the first place because it looks like Joe Biden had a pretty good shot at the White House and then when he came into the race it did seem like that was a sign that he and his rich friends who probably were into a Biden presidency as well. We're worried about the former vice presidents prospects but I think there's also just a really fractured it. Non Bernie vote right now. Whether it's People Jesuit Amy Club Atari Even Elizabeth Warren like. He's kind of drawing from everywhere I think. If you're not into Bernie Sanders or are you are worried about his electability or voters are looking kind of wherever they can and Bloomberg is on their television screen and until recently you know people are only hearing really positive messaging about him and so he's kind of been drawing from everybody. It seems like let's talk about that debate kind of firing squad around Mike Bloomberg last night and the fact that matter is he has not manage his city very very well when he was there. He didn't get a whole lot done. He has stop and Frisk throwing there. Were a lot of little shots being taken and then there was a really really long big shot taken by Elizabeth Warren that the moderators seemed to just let role for like three or four minutes. The mayor has to stand on his record. And what we need to know is exactly what's lurking out there. He has gotten some number of women. Dozens who knows to sign nondisclosure agreements. Both for sexual harassment and gender discrimination in the workplace. So Mr Mayor. Are you willing to release all of those women from those nondisclosure agreements? So we can hear their side of the story. Bloomberg could extensively belief people from the nondisclosure agreements. He has refused and he really doesn't have a good answer on that. None of them accused me of doing anything other than maybe they didn't like the joke. I told and let me just let me. Be Agreements between two parties. That wanted to keep it quiet. And that's up to them. They signed those agreements. And we'll so wait when you say I just WanNa be clear. Some is how many I mean. I think that heading into last night. Like if you would've asked me who I thought would probably go after Mike Bloomberg mounts there was going to be Elizabeth Warren. Here's a guy who really is emblematic. Everything that she kind of horse in American capitalism in society it is a question of values. Do we want to invest in Mr Bloomberg or do we test Senator Sanders? He may have been caught a little off guard by the NDA question especially by the confrontation to release these women from their NDA's but he had been expecting stop. And Frisk to come up and that came up from the moderators themselves. How do you do there? It seemed like it was a similar situation where he knew it was coming but still he really hasn't developed a good answer on that and I've sat down with a bunch of African American clergy and business people to talk about this to try to learn. I've talked to a number of kids who'd been stopped and I'm trying to trying to understand how we change our policies so we can keep the city safe because the crime rate did go from six hundred and fifty fifty percent down to three hundred so Bloomberg. Kind of half apologizes and I think he gets called out for that by Elizabeth Warren. Anyway then the apology has to start with the intent of the plan as it was put together and the willful ignorance day by day by day. Admitting what was happening even as people protested in your own street shutting out the sounds of people telling you how your own policy was breaking their lives. You need a different thank you can. It seemed like every time someone brought up something for Michael Bloomberg's passed last night. He didn't really have much to say that was satisfying and it seemed like being on that stage. Probably didn't help him a ton but also you know who knows yeah. He was bad last night. Because drop one hundred million dollars more on ads today and could try to erase it and that was appointed Elizabeth. Warren made in an interview last night after the debate. So we kind of have to see as the polls start to come out what happened and of course. We really won't know how he's doing until he's actually on the ballot in Super.
"w. bloomberg" Discussed on The Forecast with Harry Enten
"Sometimes. Democracy is a birthright. Sometimes it is a gift a it's a fight and I'm asking you to stand and fight with me Michael Bloomberg on bringing our country back together. This election is a referendum on the meaning of America. It is about what we will tell our children what we did at this time. This election is about whether we recognize that all groups who have been marginalized excluded scapegoated or far worse rise and fall together and that is our best hope standing together rejecting demagogues who tried to seduce us by dividing US and uniting behind the only shield that can protect us our common values as American citizens. And as God's children that is what the selection is about and that is why. I'm running to repair the damage and to move our nation forward together. We will get it done. I'm Mike Bloomberg candidate for president. And I approve. This message paid for by Mike Bloomberg. Twenty twenty hiring is challenging. But there's one place you can go. We're hiring simple fast. And smart and growing businesses connect to qualified candidates. Koto co-founder Gretchen. Havener experienced. How challenging hiring can be after unsuccessfully searching for a new artist to grow with their education tech company but then she switched to Ziprecruiter and saw an immediate difference. And you can too by sounding up for free at ZIPRECRUITER DOT COM slash? Cnn pod Ziprecruiter doesn't depend on candidates finding you. It finds them for you and by using ziprecruiter screening questions to filter candidates. Gretchen founded easier to focus on the best ones. Then find the right one. In fact after posting your job on Ziprecruiter Gretchen. Said she was honestly surprised. She found qualified applicants so quickly and hired a new game artist in less than two weeks with results like that. It's no wonder four out of five. Employers who post on Ziprecruiter get a quality candidate within the first day ZIPRECRUITER. The smartest way to hire see. Why ziprecruiter is effective for businesses of all sizes dry Ziprecruiter for free at our web address. Ziprecruiter DOT COM SLASH CNN pod. That's ziprecruiter dot com slash C. N. N. P. O. D. I. Tony Shivani and I'm Aubrey Edwards. And John Moxley joins us on a e W unrestricted. It sounded like somebody. Who's shooting guns? Sound exactly like before. You've you've ever shooting range. I New Year like the pop. It wasn't POW POW so loud reverberating off the garage door. I'm like what the Hell is going on. It was just people taking bumps and falls. Awa unrestricted listening. Subscribe for free. Wherever you get your podcasts..
"w. bloomberg" Discussed on The Forecast with Harry Enten
"Yourself out there in town halls and other kinds of things second of all I do think that Biden benefited from Bloomberg's bad performance I would not count him out. Nevada and I would not count them out in South Carolina. He I think he's had had a strong debate last night. I really did. I also think poop judge did but to your point about the Bernie Sanders. I I think the two thousand sixteen parallels don't work for a ton of different reasons. Yes it's an insurgent campaign appealing to the base of the threatens hostile takeover but two important differences one. The Democratic Party is still fifty fifty liberals moderates and only twenty five percent. Is You know roughly identifies very liberal. So I don't know where Bernie ceiling is but he has a ceiling and it's not fifty one percent Or Unlikely to be. The second thing is Bernie has risen in the polls. Exactly the right time if you're Bernie Sanders but unlike donald trump hasn't been leading this whole time Biden really has until really recently. Now yes. The center lane is really fractured for the Democrats right now. And that's maybe why you saw that bizarre. And unappealing sniping between pitches Amy Klobuchar. I don't think it did either fans even though I think they both individually had decent debates I think it just showed between those two that they realize very clearly that the other the other one is in their way and it was time to do something and and their stand right next to each other and that that interview had just happened a short remember the name. Obviously like he she didn't he hadn't secured the line though that definitely throws her in your heels. You gone me dumb. She doesn't like him. That's what it comes down to. Sometimes you just don't like someone and you think that could be vice versa. Yeah and he may not like her. I you know it tends to be when someone doesn't like me then even if I'm was neutral name I tend not to like them at by. The entire thing was hilarious insofar as that both of them combined. You know we're looking at maybe. Earning maybe five five percent maybe ten percent of their lucky of the delegates on Super Tuesday. So you know you have this sniping between two people who really at this point. Look like they're going absolutely nowhere. I don't know man I don't know I mean this is like such a different conversation that we had two weeks ago ever Iowa I I would not I. I don't I could see one of them. Overtake the other in money and momentum and I think it's a mistake and I think I think had actually a really good debate. I have another question that sort of fascinating because we're not talking about Warren. Warren had a very strong domestic slashing and burning and really lit folks on fire. Not just Mike Bloomberg other razor in hand to do that at jump. Who's the question she's got a fiery performance? I know one of the reasons. She's not getting talked about his. Her Path is unclear. Abkhazia burning a distant fourth in New Hampshire. But is it possible that she sucked some of the votes away from Bernie last night because she's fiery and perhaps seen as more elective? Maybe I mean look. Let's first play the attempts at attacks. Shirt on Bernie the front runner when he because everyone made such a choice to go after Bloomberg he left relatively unscathed. Let's play those. I'm actually less concerned about the lack of transparency on Sanders Personal Health and I am about the lack of transparency on how to pay for his health care plan since he said that it's impossible to even know how much it's going to cost ridiculous. We're not going to throw out capitalism. We tried that other countries tried that was called Communism and it just didn't work. What are you thinking right now? Harry I I'm thinking you know with Warren stuff that I think is so important is that what are we discussed before? What is it that kills campaigns? One out of money exactly. And how much money has she been raising a lot of money not over the past week and even since the debate performance that is the type of thing that can keep her going to type of thing that can take votes away from Bernie Sanders type of things? That could perhaps take back. Some of the votes she lost Amy Klobuchar because remember. They're both sort of doing well with women older women with college degrees so I am going to be very interested to see that but I'm also interested in terms of whether or not Warren is able to dip into that more moderate lane. In a way that Bernie Sanders hasn't yet been able to perhaps kind of ameliorate S- Some of those attacks on communism that Mike Bloomberg perhaps was trying to throw out there. I mean I think she certainly has more capability to reach out out to the center. We'll see how it does but look one thing that we've been talking about and hair you've been saying it every year it's trotted out as a fantasia and it never crystallizes but unless some changes dramatically between here and Super Tuesday we could be looking to co brokered convention and that changes. Everybody's calculus if they have the cash to k stay in until the so in a nutshell. It was fiery. It was chaotic. They're yelling at each other. Mike Bloomberg has a black eye Bernie. Sanders is skipping out of Nevada. And they're kind of sort I that one and then on to South Carolina because next week another debate and another primary okay. Let's take a quick break when we come back here. He's got the latest forecast coming out of Vata. Plus it is official as we've already set Bernie Sanders is the current front runner. What does that mean for the Vermont? Senator.
"w. bloomberg" Discussed on The Forecast with Harry Enten
"Nevada turned out to vote early this week. Ahead of their state's caucuses coming up on Saturday. Democratic Party leaders there they are hoping that the early caucus turnout will help. Prevent the kind of vote counting chaos that we saw in Iowa which yes is still undergoing partial this results. It's like this mothers like reruns have cancelled right. Exactly season four So with all that mind we're going to dig into the Nevada landscape and the forecast from there in a moment We're also GONNA focus on Bernie Sanders. He is sitting on top. He is the front runner building a very clear and substantial national league. We're going to dig into his front runner status and also talk about what his trend up means for. Everyone else in the race But First six Democrats faced off last night in Las Vegas another Democratic primary debate but in some ways it seemed like a whole new debate stage. Not only with Sanders as the front runner for the first time but with Mike Bloomberg making the stage for the first time. Where shall we begin? Mike Bloomberg Howdy do do do you wish to assure you need to know is all. I think first and foremost all you need to know is the statement coming from the campaign right afterwards. Which was. He's got his legs underneath them. Forty five minutes. Look I look I mean they should have been so? They were trying to set expectations low and they should have set them lower Look the reality is is that the other candidates have had a lot of time on the campaign trail to a lot of debates to sharpen and hone their messages and he hasn't and he's never been particularly good at campaigning. War You know interacting with the press. What he's good at sort of management leadership and things like that but it was really starkly in display and I gotta say not only. Is it inexplicable how he wasn't better prepared for attacks that you knew were coming even if you're not the most charismatic cat you can come up with like memorize a soundbite to respond to something? He was not able or willing to do that. But the focus of the fire being on Bloomberg I think was strategically. Really stupid for the other. Democrats because they should have been focusing their fire on stopping sanders. Who's on the ballot? Nevada really come out unscathed relatively actually thought Bloomberg laid upon. Shawna with three houses. But we'll get to everyone in Vermont. Apparently has the Lakefront property. Apparently everyone I just looked nationalistic. That's not true What maybe it's true in Vermont. It kind of utopias up there. I don't know but you know he took a lot of incoming fire But he's not even a Bloomberg but he's not even on the ballot until Super Tuesday and so- Sanders avoided a lot of the scrutiny. He needed and deserved from the other Democratic candidates. So you know He. Donald Trump probably did the best of this debate. Wait wait let him play. Let's play an array of the attacks that Bloomberg faced for for everybody. And then Harry you can have your say. Listen to this goodie. I like to talk about who were running against a billionaire who calls women fat broads and horseface lesbians and no. I'm not talking about Donald Trump. I'm talking about Mayor Bloomberg. I actually welcomed Mayor Bloomberg to the stage. I thought that he shouldn't be hiding behind his TV ads. Let's put forward somebody. Who's actually a democrat? My Goodness Gracious. You know. There's been all this complaints. During the primary season during these debates that Joe Biden was not a particularly good debater. Joe Biden look like frigging CICERO. Next up Michael. Oh my goodness gracious I. I you know I'm New York. You can hear my voice. I remember Mike Bloomberg debating against mark. Green Fernando Ferrer Bill Thompson. He was never this bad. I'll tell you this much. And I can't believe for someone who is so analytical such as the former mayor of New York to not have the rebuttals ready for the obvious attack lines that were about to occur. It was stunning and also say the backup Mr Avalon. It was also stunning that. It seems to me at this point. It's like we're doing a replay of the two thousand sixteen Republican primary where everyone wants to be the second to the front runner who is coming in trying to essentially take over the party obviously it was Donald Trump. Who's the front runner in two thousand sixteen this time around it's Bernie Sanders and it's like? This dude is climbing the thirty percents. What are we doing? I'M GONNA call a jump ball. I know we just played some of the attacks but since as John was talking about they were to to clear. Lines of attack that Bloomberg was going to get one. You needed an answer on stop and Frisk policy policing policy in New York. The second one had He needed to have an answer for a slew of allegations of sexual harassment And comments that are attributed to him that he denies but also says he regrets some of the things that he said in his past the sexual harassment allegations as well as a nondisclosure agreements that have been signed with women in the company regarding sexual harassment claims and when it comes to the NDA's that was particularly brutal area for them. Let's assume that he has gotten some number of women dozens who knows to sign nondisclosure agreements. So Mr Mayor. Are you willing to release all of those women from those nondisclosure agreements? So we can hear their side of the story. We have a very few nondisclosure agreements. How many how many none of them accused me of doing anything. Other than maybe. They didn't like a joke. I told and let me. Just let me. It's easy all the mayor has do is say you are released from the non disclosure. Look yet another area where Bloomberg should have had an answer ready and and the answer is you apologize say look. I've made some inappropriate jokes in my time. I'm sure I'm not the only person to do that. But let's not cater I off the ball. Because if we create a moral equivalence between my mistakes and Donald Trump's daily assaults on decency and women We're creating the same moral quences as some folks tried to do between Al Franken and Harvey Weinstein. They're fundamentally different. Stop distracting from the underlying issue. Which IS DONALD TRUMP? That's the answer he could have given he didn't give And by the way he's in a tough spot on this stuff I don't want to minimize minimize it. But he could have had a deft answer a and his hand did not but is he done is us the is that was that was that the beginning and Bloomberg right. I mean yes disdain the dismissal gross cape but yes rusty yes he did. There's not a lot of time to get better before the next debate but Super Tuesday comes right and that's where he really enters the race. He's got a wall of cash and he's got thousands of people that he is hired in terms of organization. That's still is a real thing. That's a real thing. I mean. One bad debate doesn't negate all that so I was in someone's office last night and essential show remaining our nameless. We'll just say that person has a large office. And if you look there were four screens up one was CNN which was not airing debate. One was NBC. Which obviously was airing the debate and at the same point that Bloomberg was getting smashed to Smithereens on NBC. There was a Mike Bloomberg ad airing CNN. And this I think is just the perfect manifestation of this entire Mike Bloomberg campaign which is essentially yes. So what I screwed up into the BA- basically going to overwhelm every body through this ad campaign. He marched out three endorsements following morning after the debate. From my words on on don't listen to actual words onstage. Listen to my campaign. Maybe it'll work. I I I mean you know. Look Joe Biden's state atop the national primary posed for a very long period of time despite bad performance after bad performance. I want to actually address a couple of quick things first of all if there are any Bloomberg ads against this podcast. We have no knowledge of it nor control for it. Okay so I think there's just a good play good disclosure. Second of all look yes. It's an unprecedented campaign But last night he really showed ultimately you gotta be able to go from Mike Bloomberg Mono Against Donald Trump in a debate. And you got to inspire confidence so you can do that. And and that's that he's got to improve on his feet. He's suffering from the fact that he hasn't had the practice and he needs to like build up his ability to like interact with humans. And that means having interviews and debates and putting.
"w. bloomberg" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics
"The trump people are Trump has good instincts understand the New York media. I tell you the Bloomberg people really do understand really do understand the New York media there are part of it right and they're kind of speaking to like their peers and they are very very good at that and they deserve a lot of credit forgetting even if he does terribly. Tomorrow's debate inflames out Bloomberg People. You can quote me on this deserve a lot of credit for seeing this path and getting him this far. So that's kind of describing. Maybe where he over performed where we under rated his chances looking in the past just kind of wrapping things up with Bloomberg right now the model Bloomberg an eight percent chance of winning the majority of delegates in the Democratic primary. Sixteen percent chance of plurality. Seventeen actually so. There's a big gap. In between the majority of the plurality show. That's still a small chance than Biden according to the model of winning a majority. Do you in this moment. The model is still underrating his chances or has it caught up to where it should be at this point. I don't think there's any particular reason to think that now that the models underrating his chances if you were to account for more subjective factors and you might say okay what happens. When you actually get scrutiny. Now from the press. These debates could be a liability form. The model is an account for any of that by the way the model actually does give Bloomberg some credit for number one the fact that he has this money And number two. He's got a lot of endorsements right so it takes us prior has not that much effect frankly but like it thinks of him as being like maybe these strongest kind of candy on the basis of the fundamentals so called right now stronger than Sanders. So so he's third right now an endorsement and warranties. He's third but if you look at the model uses another way that the money time time wasted endorsements right so it looks like who've gotten endorsements from recently on that metric Biden has almost fallen into a tie with limerick based on recent endorsements. So so you know there are some US ups. The model makes that are reasonable for Bloomberg. But look the reason. Biden priced a little bit higher in the Model. Is there is still a chance. A real chance like anything could happen chance. That Biden wins South Carolina that South Carolina gets media boost heading into Super Tuesday. People have sold so short by that like even like a four point win in South Carolina might might be portrayed as being a big comeback right. He's also second on average Nevada. Pull so he's not. He's still tied for second at Bloomberg and national pulse like Biden has held up relative relatively well given how poorly he did in Iowa New Hampshire. Can I interrupt with some breaking news? Abc News has learned that President trump is expected to commute the sentence of former Illinois Governor Rob Blagojevich multiple senior level sources. It's a big deal. I thought it was gonNA big breaking news. I thought it was going to be like Whoa. This is line. This is invaluable or like the Senate seat line. Yeah who's I mean this is? This is my golden ticket. Okay to wrap things up on Bloomberg and then we'll end this podcast claire and Mike. Do you agree disagree. Does eight percent seem like where you expect? Bloomberg's chances of winning a majority of delegates to be simpler right to me. Yeah I don't know I was just when the endorsing thing was pointed out I'm going back and looking at the endorsements that have been made. I mean it's an astounding number of endorses picked up lately some former co like some congressional black caucus former Kamala Harris endorsing people. Like like Bobby Rush. You know like it's not. It's not nothing to me. He's kind of like taking the establishment. One again a little bit. He has a according to the model. Seventy percent chance of winning. The most delegates winning a plurality so like the model is actually relatively high on him. I don't know you know if if like I think Bloomberg could pull this thing off where he is sold to voters as you know for all intents and purposes biden like the safe. Moderate electable alternative is Bloomberg. Actually that candidate like in substance. I don't really think so like this. Is someone who tried to ban. Big Sodas I think. The country overall would have a problem with candidate like that. He could upset different factions of people in different ways it would also leaves them indifferent to it. It's it would be interesting but my point is maybe none of that matters. Maybe it's just like do you run a campaign that has clear messaging and that messaging doesn't have to connect to reality. It's like America. It's like America's birthday and they've gone to Baskin Robbins and they're trying all the flavors at Bloomberg is just one of them. Yeah no exactly right. That's the thing is like actually if I had a bet right now. I think I'd bet on a boom and bust cycle for Bloomberg where he gets all this attention and get the campaigns are signaling that they they're gonNA go after him. Let's see what people think of him yet. Roll we'll be back here tomorrow night and we'll be able to assess.
"w. bloomberg" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis
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Doria says one of the things you have to understand about. Stop and Frisk is that. It's a policing tactic. That's been around a long time. A Supreme Court ruling actually allows it under certain circumstances but data from NYPD shows the practice skyrocketed when Mayor Bloomberg came into office. It's something that has been around for a long time but I think what Michael Bloomberg and Ray Kelly did is. They turned it into really a one of their primary crime-fighting strategies. Ray Kelly the police chief. Yes so two thousand to Michael Bloomberg takes off as how did he work with Ray Kelly to change the way stop and Frisk was being implemented? I mean when he first came into office in two thousand to his first year in office the NYPD recorded about ninety two thousand stop question and Frisk encounters for that year by twenty eleven which is his ten th year in office. That number had ballooned to almost seven hundred thousand. So that's like a six hundred percent or more increase. Meanwhile crime in the city continues to go down. So why do we see this huge increase? Was there a need to it was there? Was there a crime spike? Absolutely not along with that. What you see Ray. Kelly and his senior leadership of the Department doing is they are really putting out a message from the top. Stop Question. Frisk needs to be a primary crimefighting strategy that our officers need to us. They said that in writing they told their supervisors when you are evaluating your officers performance to decide on things like promotion and better assignments one of the criteria. You need to use to assess them as how many stops are they doing? How many tickets are they writing? So the more stop-and-frisk. You're doing as a cop. More Gold Stars. You get exactly in the better. The better evaluations. You get and conversely. If you're not doing them you know. We talked to many police officers who came forward at at great risk to their own careers and testified in court about this. They were they were told. If you don't make the stops you know your life is not going to be good in this department. And you'RE NOT GONNA YOU'RE NOT GONNA get ahead and sure enough if you look at those officers performance evaluations for some years. They're supervisors or saying he's not doing enough stops. What was stop and Frisk meant to stop? I hear people talk about guns. I hear people talk about drugs and here kind of inflation of the two. What was stop? And Frisk meant actually prevent. Well I mean what the NYPD said all along and Bloomberg Kelly said is that we're going to use it to get guns off the street and I think as we know looking at the data for now we have almost twenty years of data. They find a gun almost never when they stopped people You know at the time of the trial the data we have looked at over the preceding ten years. They had recovered a gun in about point one. Five percent of the stops that they conducted whiches doesn't sound very no So you know it clearly as a strategy for recovering illegal weapons. It was a miserable failure during his talks. About this tactic I could hear this disbelief in his voice that might be because he's been saying the same thing for so long. He and his colleagues at the Center for Constitutional Rights filed their first lawsuit against stop and Frisk back in two thousand eight. They weren't arguing against the practice at large. They were arguing against how is being implemented aggressively by targeting people of color so our plaintiff's original four plaintiffs were four black men of varying ages from different parts of New York City. We had Our lead lead plaintiff. David Floyd was at that time a twenty something year old black man who was a student at City College In Harlem. He lived in the Bronx. He had been himself stopped and frisked by officers in the Bronx on two occasions both times he was near his home in Park Chester. In the second time he was literally stopped putting keys into the door of his neighbor's apartment he lived in a you know a two family the basement floor. His neighbor had gotten locked out of the house. It's again middle of the day putting the keys into the door. Trying different things to try to get the right. One neighbor was standing next to him and the police came up on him they. They patted them down. They went through their pockets. Why did these men WANNA get involved in this lawsuit? Yes they they wanted to get involved in. They all told similar stories. They said we want to. We want this to stop happening to us and to our friends and loved ones because all of them you know not only where black men they lived in the neighborhoods where this was happening all the time South Bronx Harlem And I I will never forget. David Floyd testified the first day of the trial you know when he was asked how does it make you feel to get stopped like this and he said it really makes me feel like? I am not free to move around the city an audio recording that surface recently shows how Bloomberg thought about stop and Frisk back when he was still defending it. In two thousand fifteen. You've gotta get the guns out of the hands of the people that are getting killed. Bloomberg said the idea was send cops to minority neighborhoods and search. People grow true. Why why do we do it? Bloomberg asked because that's where all the crime is and that was actually his explanation twenty thirteen. That was ray. Kelly's explanation Back then and we had her testimony and during the trial in our case from Eric Adams who's now the borough president of Brooklyn but he's a former NYPD. Captain he was a state senator at the time and he testified that Ray. Kelly told him to his face. This exact same argument that Michael Bloomberg is as in Twenty fifteen that look we go to the high crime areas if we you know yes we do target black and Latino young man and you know obviously there are many problems with those statements and kind of constitution alarm bells. Go off for me but the other thing to note here. Is that if you look at the data and we had a Social Scientists at Columbia. Look at this. And he testified in court in our case he he kind of took the nypd their word and said okay. So you're saying you go to high crime areas. That's where you're cops go. And so since that's where they are because that's where the crime is then. Naturally they're gonNA stop people in those neighborhoods the most and who lives in those neighborhoods black and Latino kids. He looked at that. And he controlled for two things he controlled for crime and he control for officer deployment which is what. Bloomberg was talking about right. We send our cops to the high crime areas and what he found is even after you control for those two things. What is the single strongest predictor of who get stopped? And where stops happened race?.
"w. bloomberg" Discussed on The Journal.
"Roar? It's only been about three months since Mike Bloomberg started campaigning for the Democratic presidential nomination. But already he spent a lot of money. It's absolutely unprecedented. Tarini Party covers the Bloomberg campaign. I mean the scale and the pace of spending alone is unlike anything we've seen and the noteworthy thing here is that it's only going to increase so we don't have a hard number but it's going to be a lot of money. Possibly a billion maybe more Tarini says Bloomberg's already spent three hundred and fifty million dollars on campaign ads. That's more than four times. What Elizabeth Warren's raised over her entire presidential campaign but for Bloomberg is just a drop in the bucket his company Bloomberg the news and financial data giant. His made him a multi billionaire. He's worth over sixty billion dollars and according to Forbes he's the twelfth richest person in the world and of Charles Coke Jack Ma and Michael Dell the way I was thinking about. It is the amount he spent on. Ads is such a small fraction of his net words. It might for any sort of normal person. Be The cost of going to the movies one day despite all this spending. Bloomberg is far from a front runner for most of the race. He's been polling in the single digits. But after this week's results from New Hampshire the Democratic field is shifting and as it shifts Bloomberg's poll numbers have been rising today on the show will Mike Bloomberg's big money campaign work. Welcome to the journal our show about money. Business and Power I'm Ryan and I'm Caitlyn. It's Friday February fourteenth..
"w. bloomberg" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis
"As If you remove Bloomberg's money from the equation if you remove Donald Trump is the opposition from the equation. I'm not sure that we're having this conversation in any way at all but that's the world that we live in right and Donald Trump. Is the candidate here. I'm not sure that Joe Biden at this point would be a viable candidate for the Democratic Party and he himself said as much. I'm not sure that Pete Buddha judge would have been able to propel himself forward If not for for a world in which Donald Trump where the president I'm not sure the Bernie Sanders. Would you know what we think of as the way that presidential candidates are made made is more like Someone like Steve Bullock. The Governor Montana who was a candidate who never made it past one percent in the polls or someone like deval Patrick or maybe cory booker or even Kamala Harris candidate to Themselves would have been historic but are more more in the Senator Mold or Elizabeth Warren Obviously it would be the first female president you know th there are Bernie Sanders might end up being the the nominee ended up being The runner up what he has sparked in the way that people respond to him is also a function of Donald Trump and how much politics has changed that produce Donald Trump. That's all happening. And Mike Bloomberg is living that world and he may be at least. He hopes he will be the major beneficiary.
"w. bloomberg" Discussed on Climate 2020
"w. bloomberg" Discussed on Climate 2020
"Hi and welcome to climate twenty twenty a podcast about climate change and the two thousand election. I'm David Gilbert the climate media company the years project and my co host. Jeff Nesbit of climate. Nexus is usually here but Today today we managed to reach him in his hotel room. Somewhere in the State of Utah. So where are you so I'm in Sundance right now. I'm in Sunny Sundance. You taught the the resort. Robert Redford founded that also hosts the the Sundance Film Festival. We're here talking about climate change and some other big issues and it's a bit quite right a quite quite an event so Jeff we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA be talking a little bit later. In the show with nathaniel stat of the environmental voter project is a really interesting guy. Who's done a lot of work? In trying to get lacy environmentalists who People care about the environment but don't generally go to the polls is trying to change that and we'll hear your how he's doing it and how it's been going for him but hey let's let's talk about the big news this week. From climate perspective. Twenty twenty presidential race could not a big shakeup very soon former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg billionaire businessman three-time New York City mayor is prepared to enter the Democratic race. It is not it said if Mike runs he would offer a new choice to Democrats built on a unique record running America's biggest city and I think what what levels the playing field for billionaire is that he's doing it from his own money as opposed to some dark money that we don't know where it Michael Bloomberg has decided to enter the presidential race. Well well he hasn't quite decided that yet. I think he's still. He's filed in Alabama and he is now looking at Arkansas's well but I think it's still I mean he's I think he's close close. I think it's he's obviously close but I think it could shake up the race and move special Shake up the climate portion of that race. The two people who spend a great deal of time talking about the climate tissue are the two billionaires in the race. Tom Steyer and Mike Bloomberg yet Elizabeth Warren talking about it more so as people edge. But I it's just an interesting dynamic And the second thing is Mike Bloomberg has spent a lot of his philanthropy wealth on the climate issue. You know the thing that strikes me about Bloomberg is that more than any other public look figure except maybe Jay inslee this has been on his mind for a long time. I mean back in two thousand eleven. He started to support the Sierra clubs beyond coal campaign which is a very effective campaign altogether. We spent one hundred and ten million dollars in that campaign. And it's you know it's had As you know considerable success in helping to shut down about half of the nation's coal plants and then in June last June He committed a half billion dollars close to a new campaign expanding the beyond coal campaign to beyond carbon. So he's really. This is an issue that that he's cared about for a long time from a political local standpoint. It certainly changes the dynamic. If he does get in he does he pull votes away from Biden Does he increase the the sailing. Say The climate issue the gun violence issue and a couple of others. I I think that's that's what I'm looking at. I'm guessing that because of the problems the Bloomberg had with his stop and Frisk Policy If he does run he's going to have to do something Along the lines of environmental justice to appeal to a lot of the people that he alienated with these stop and Frisk program sipped out together and in silence united against the New York. Police Department's stop and Frisk Policy. which protesters say? I singles out minority groups. I've been targeted a few times already. Like just like hey what are you doing. What are you going on like pooper has had some very negative? The things to say about the green new deal. A lot of elected officials have embraced the idea of a green new deal. Greek green new deal. And that's great. It's become fashionable to do you. So but I think it's time as party that we started putting some meat on the bone laying out exactly how a green new deal shooting. What tired of you're listening to things? That a pie in the sky that we never gonNA pass never going to afford. I think it's disingenuous to promote those things. You've got to do something that's practical when you look at the program that he's advocating with beyond carbon the successor beyond coal. He's talking about a lot of exactly exactly the same goals that the green deal has. If let's say Mike Bloomberg shows up on the debate stage with Bernie Sanders Bernie Sanders. Who has been front and center On on the climate issue Throughout this race to sell some it's an Iowa with AFC and others Bernie Sanders talks about a green new. Deal and Sodas Mike Bloomberg. What else is on your mind this week? Another another announcement this week. That she's scare people have to death. Which is the International Energy Association? Just you know said yet. Again Carbon dioxide emissions worldwide are going up. And the reason. Why does that energy consumption is going up in other parts of the world so the lack of US leadership on this issue is is is hurting us all around the world that that is really not good news for all of us who would like to see co two levels start to flatliners come down. And what has said is that the reason reason for that increase in carbon dioxide emissions is because of more energy consumption around the world more coal plants are being built. which let's be real steams crazy to be building new coal plants in other parts of the world? But that's what's happening and There's more energy consumption around the world. That's offsetting less consumption. In countries like the United States states and Europe. I noticed that Iran just discovered announced the discovery of fifty billion barrels of oil so It Ain't GonNa be easy but that's a fair point jeff and I and it's worth keeping in mind that we still have the the ability and the capacity to reduce the projections that the I. E. AS making and we we'll see you next week in a minute or two will be back with Daniels. Dinette.
"w. bloomberg" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It
"Good evening Los Angeles. Thank you for coming out to the late. H Show a week where we fell back. It feels later than ever. We'll get to it. Let's get into it. What a week facebook? FACEBOOK has redesigned. Its logo to say facebook in all capital letters. And I think it's working a lot of people were mocking facebook for the timing in the midst of a scandal which the company seems not to take any responsibility for its role in spreading misinformation for profits. What would you have them to wait for a good news cycle? You're going to have facebook book way to roll out a new logo for a good news cycle sincere question. When is the last time anyone in here? Can I can remember a story about facebook. That was good for facebook. Was it when they expanded to Vassar. Some may say that facebook trying to fix its brand image with capital letters is like rearranging deck chairs on the titanic. I think that is ridiculous. Facebook is not the titanic. FACEBOOK is the iceberg. But what is the titanic. That's not the thing about it. Microsoft Japan tested the effects of a four day workweek and a three day weekend on employee productivity. The company reported shame on you. Shame on all of you show respect for capital. The company reported that the shorter week boosted workers productivity by forty percent said Travis casually in conversation Asian. Fourteen Times. This week turns out actually. It's interesting I don't know if you saw it actually get just as much work done but with a three day weekend. Seems like a win win for everybody you else me anyway just something to think about some food to noodle on what I can't believe you said food to noodle on what a moron on Tuesday voters across America went to the polls among the results in Kentucky Democrat Democrat. Andy Bashir defeated. Republican governor and Bush would country club. President Matt Bevin State Trump won by thirty thirty points though Matt Bevin has refused to concede Bevan is deeply unpopular. He famously claimed during the teacher strike in two thousand eighteen that the strike would lead to child sexual abuse. It was a flawless argument. That went over perfectly. He tried to use impeachment and support from trump to nationalize the race. In fact. Here's what trump had to say when campaigning four seven you're sending that big message to the rest of the country it's important you gotta get your friends. You gotTa vote because is if you lose it sends a really bad message to sends a bed and they were building up. Here's a story of your win. They GonNa make like And if you lose they say trump suffered the greatest defeat in the history of the world. This was the greatest. You can't let that happen to me. That's what they're gonNA say they're going to say. Trump suffered the greatest defeat in the history of the world. Say It with me. Trump suffered the greatest defeat in the history of the world. So far Dr. Meanwhile Democrats now control the Assembly and governorship in Virginia for the first time in a generation Virginia flip both the House of delegates and the Senate blue. But if we're being honest it's Virginia so they may just be wearing blue face. The I want everyone here to know I went into that joke with is open but we decided we we had to. We decided we had no choice going over the jokes before I came up here and Lisa said maybe we cut that at one and finally the New York Times is reporting that Mike Bloomberg is going to run for president and the Democratic primary. This is the first time anyone today today has said finally in relation to this event Onto impeachment on Wednesday there's applaud article two section eight. I believe on Wednesday. It was announced at the House. Intelligence Committee will hold the first first public hearings on the impeachment inquiry next week each Shit Little Mermaid live the TV event of the season is here US ambassador to the EU Gordon Song revises testimony this week claiming that his memory has been refreshed. You know what always refreshes my memory being being caught lying under oath. It's really it's a mentor into the Diet Coke of the minds Gordon. Salmon suddenly remembered that there was a quid pro quo after all your skeptical. But you don't know Goeransson Lind's life every morning. He wakes up and he looks in the mirror and there it is tattooed it across his chest. Donald Trump engaged in a quid pro quo with Ukraine. Do not defend him and then he puts his shirt on slips his mind starts all over again sunlen a man who has the job because he was a trump mega donor and supporter has now put Republicans an even deeper bind for Lindsey Graham. Especially who said this a you open minded. If more comes out that you could support impeachment share. I mean aimed I mean show me something that is a crime if you could show me that. You know trump actually was engaging quid pro quo outside the phone call. All that would be very disturbing. Well what do you do now. You set the standard and now we're meeting the standard. How do you reconcile what you said about the evidence as the evidence comes out? Well you do this. I've written the whole process off. I'm written him off. I think this is a bunch of BS. The the phone call I made up. My mind is is no. It's a cool surprising twist. Just don't ever look at the evidence and then it can hurt you Lindsey. Graham's relationship to Donald Trump has evolved quite a bit over the past few years obviously originally a huge trump opponent. He is very much like a person. Trying trying to not eat a cupcake at work. You know it's it's three o'clock and their cupcakes cakes at work. And he says to himself. No no Lindsey. You don't want one. You want anything to do with it. You made a promise to yourself. You weren't GonNa have any this cupcake. A little hungry stressed little tired a little worried about a primary challenger. You Walk by that cupcake couple times. Maybe a little plastic knife get yourself a little sliver. We'll segment no harm in that. No one's ever look. Go wrong. Sliver of a cupcake eats the sliver keeps finding himself walking by the kitchen. Maybe goes back in it. Takes another science before you know it. You've eaten too drunk cupcakes. Maybe a trump doughnut and once again another day has gone by where you started out thinking. You weren't going to have any trump cupcakes that you were going to be good and you failed yet again. You find yourself on television saying you will not read the evidence of crimes because the crimes are the things you said you would impeach him over. If you've found the evidence all right we've got a great show for you guys Kalpana Year. Emily Heller is here. 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"w. bloomberg" Discussed on What A Day
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"w. bloomberg" Discussed on What A Day
"How the game works. I'm going to read a fact about a billionaire and you can tell me if it's about a real billionaire or a fictional one intriguing all right so our first category is going to be. Tom Steinmeyer. My Name's Tom. Star running for president versus Christian grey. Oh Ellie Ellie like I know. She's the head of the songs from the soundtrack. All right so which one of these two people got up one hundred thousand dollar loan to start his first company. Was it Tom Steyer Christine Graham. Oh Wow feed round around gray okay. You're right it was his mom's friend Alina who seduced him and introduced him to beat him that I knew it the b. m. was the thing just triggered it for all right Tom. Steyer Christian grey which one of them got sent a bomb in the mail star. That's true in twenty. Eighteen style was targeted by a guy from Florida. Who sent over fifteen eighteen pipebombs two different presidents officials and activists all right Tom? Steyer versus Christian grey Which one had a religious awakening in adulthood Gray Tom Stare Religion Izzy. Let's see so in his late thirties. Day became involved in the Episcopal Church which says which he says galvanized his political local advocacy All right and finally between the two styron gray which one said business is all about people and I'm good at judging people It's gray. Yeah yeah that's right. I feel like I know too much about. It's weird that you're such a fan of fifty shades trilogy. You have a book. We read them every single month. There you go Michael Friends all right. Next category got Michael Bloomberg versus Scrooge mcduck account. All right that was pleasant. Yeah all right which of the two between Bloomberg mcduck which one first job was shining shoes Bloomberg. Now he's on Tuesday and got paid one American dime which one has forty four billion dollars according to Forbes Bloomberg Scrooge mcduck mcduck yes he also owns zoo. It's it's called the mcduck zoo and it's on the outskirts of Duck Burke. Wow All right between Michael Bloomberg and Scrooge mcduck which one has a vacation home called Bali. Ashir it's gotta be Bloomberg Bloomberg. His home is in the Hamptons. It's called that when you know. People are rich when they start naming their house or when it sounds like it's in Northern Ireland. Yeah Yeah right all right and final between Bloomberg and Scrooge mcduck which one seventy seven years old Bloomberg maybe mcduck also for all. I know Well I I believe that. mcduck is ageless. Put Bloomberg is seventy seven all right and our final round. Are you ready for this. I don't think so we're going to go with Howard Schultz. You're going to criticize criticize me versus Tony Stark. I am on tape all right. which one was the youngest? CEO of a fortune. Five hundred company. Any Tony Stark. That's right he became the CEO of stark industries when his parents died in a car crash when he was twenty. One all right between the two Which one built a driveway to his house that passes through a public park kilts? That's correct when he lived in Seattle. He put his driveway through nearby. Baretta Park and got got sued all right between the two Schultz versus stark. Which one is adopted? Oh shorts while now now. I'm sorry. It's Tony Stark. I thought I thought he has a dad in the in the vendors movies and adopted that it was revealed in marvel comics. Iron man number. Seventeen that Tony. Tony was actually adopted by Howard and Maria Stark and they. They had a son before. Tony named Arno. WHO's been in hiding since their death order? He comes back as a Arno Stark. Yeah I don't believe I mean this is this is real all right which one loves. Green Juice Scholz Tony Stark Ark. He drinks green juice. Adventures Ultra Shultz. Only has coffee. Course that's true all right and between the two which one owned two basketball all teams Schultz. That's correct he is owned the Seattle Sonics and the Seattle Storm. Right bring back is what what I'm saying the old how you over there. Yeah well you did okay. I think that what we're learning is that billionaires are bizarre creatures. They are fictional or not. It's true so you know now. You know these facts. I don't know if you won the game. I was not keeping score. I think I won the game to sum up. We had fun here. Also again Mr Bloomberg with all due respect. who asked asked you to run? Why can't you just donate to some of the candidates? We actually know or take your own advice that you gave Howard show from Bloomberg who says Howard. I respect you but I've been in there. You can't win as an independent. Yeah take some advice rough stuff and that was not my rich president and now for some at what a day. We really just don't like to procrastinate. We'd like to be very on top of things. I'm a proactive humid. I yeah and that goes for preparing for news. 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"w. bloomberg" Discussed on What A Day
"Okay Bloomberg on the same day that presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren released her calculator for billionaires to see how much they would pay according to her well. Tax reports came came out that billionaire businessman and former New York City mayor. Michael Bloomberg is thinking about getting into the twenty two thousand eight Democratic primary. Now we've heard a lot talk in this campaign about needing leader. Who understands business? I couldn't agree more. I built the business and I didn't start it with a million dollar check from my father. Incredibly inspiring yeah. COOL BILLIONAIRE ON BILLIONAIRE. we all relate to this Anyway that was Bloomberg back at the Twenty Sixteen Eighteen Democratic convention where he spoke in support of Hillary Clinton Bloomberg is a perennial. MAYBE GONNA run for President Guy. The only difference now is that there there is reporting that's indicating that he plans to file to run Alabama today. Alabama is the first deadline for actually needing to get on the ballot So early so we make an indication if he's actually going to do this if they follow through on that it and file their and file elsewhere soon But you know Mike I will believe it when I see it. Well if Bloomberg gets into the race it would make him the third billionaire who who has campaigned or threatened to campaign. This cycle guys. You don't need to do this. Just go relax on your own small private countries okay These billionaire their candidates blend together sometimes since they could buy our legs out from under us. it's important that we know who they are so today Gideon. I'm GonNa see if you can tell real billionaires mair's apart from some famous fictional ones in a game called not my rich president.
"w. bloomberg" Discussed on What A Day
"Only if the books you're supposed to buy where for children and you didn't give them any books or pizza. The judge went a little easy on the president though and didn't follow through on something New York's AG wanted which was to ban trump and his children from being on the board of any nonprofits in the state in perpetuity. There there will be some restrictions on them going forward for man so committed to fighting corruption. Trump seems to be getting into a lot of it. He paid twenty five million dollars to settle his suit over that fake university trump university. That was two thousand eighteen. He had to pay that and this lawsuit has also been a long time coming right and trump and his team had to own up to a bunch of stuff in the settlement as well the main part being that trump's foundation held a fundraising event for veterans in Twenty Sixteen in Iowa. But the problem was that it was functionally really a campaign event that was held days before the Iowa caucuses and influenced his presidential run and the campaign was also given complete control over giving out the money that was raised which is a big no no Federal law explicitly prohibits charities money from being used to help political campaigns. Yeah and when in trump started the foundation in the eighty s he said the money was going towards fighting AIDS and multiple sclerosis. And other sort of you know causes like that but it actually turns out that the money was spent on purchasing portraits of trump and also other things that are not for charity. Yeah every single item. That was reported that the trump foundation had acquired. Were just sort of random elaborate. Things you put in your house. I mean like the two most prominent examples there was a ten thousand dollar portrait of trump. And he's there was paying today's Today's why would it be worth that much. One was like an instant paint guy who was doing it on the fly at an event got Like one of those like cool like experience or like it's the grand pop ups where they're like John Little caricature but it was a ten thousand dollar turned. Yeah it was a bank see and the other was a twenty thousand dollar portrait and one of them was six feet tall. Which is why is actually trump heights? You WanNa get a sense of it. He he was accused of so many things over the years with the foundation that we really can't even keep an exhaustive list but there are a couple that come to mind game in in two thousand. Seven trump allegedly used money in the foundation to pay off one hundred thousand dollars in fines from Palm Beach. Basically getting into a dispute with him over the height of a flagpole the there is the issue with how high it was and it was probably some like c line coastline thing in twenty twelve. The trump allegedly US twelve thousand dollars of the foundations. Money to buy a football helmet signed by Tim. Tebow who had like a very short out right like that wasn't worth. It then. Depreciated appreciated in value since that is like a yard sale item Football Helmet that I signed. I would buy that There's there's other really funny story where there was an event that was taking place at a trump golf course and there was an offer on the table for a one million dollar prize. If you hit a hole-in-one in one and this Guy Martin Greenberg got the whole in one. But afterwards Martin get his money and there was this whole exchange about like the rules having to have the whole in one length be one hundred fifty yards and according to court docs trump's course had made the whole too short says like yeah like it wasn't even a legally binding agreement for like. Wow No one could have won the million dollars. It was just a lie. I what I'm understanding about. It is like it you were set up to fail. Essentially Rigging Carnival game right exactly. Yeah like the Cornhole. Distance was not the appropriate length of like an arms arms throw so Greenberg sued and on the day of the trump foundation said. They settled the case. Trump's foundation made its first and only contribution to Greenberg's foundation condition. So he's spending his charity money on others charities. That are his friends to make up for rigging now having cash yes okay. So so that is wild. What was trump's reaction to the situation? The settlement that happened yesterday it was like basically a why I'm leaving New York ece then he just typed out. He said in part that he was angry. That Y- General Letitia. James refused to investigate the Clinton Foundation and it was only going after after his 'cause I guess you know you gotta for everything that happens to trump. It's gotTa Happen to Clinton as well. That's those are the rules of the game. Wowed all right well besides the two million in damages or any other consequences for trump's family indeed there were The three children who are on the board who are board members Ivanka. Donald trump junior and eric all have to take what was described as an in-person interactive training class on how to be better board member. May this beacon skin for avoiding self-dealing. That's the worst game I've ever heard of. It would be awful. I mean what are we like if we were to go to this class that we were to enroll. What does it look like account like? Oh Yeah I mean. My hope is that it's like if you get a traffic ticket and you have to go to like traffic school and they're just like an unenthused person trying to explain to you that the risk is not not worth the reward But also maybe it's just like a like you said if it's an interactive training. Maybe it's like organ trail and they have to Ford the river And all of the lake obstacles instead of being rocks or just like giving yourself money not actually helping people you said sucking so you know if the courses available we can we can try it ourselves if we become better board members well now that the situation has been resolved. It's time to quietly use cribs money to purchase a self portrait Richard of me to hang in the studio fair.