Michael Bloomberg Treats Self To Second, Flashier Presidential Campaign

Alonzo Simpson
December 4, 2019

Sorry: It's just silly to blame Brad Parscale, the Trump 2020 campaign manager, for the ridiculous position that Michael Bloomberg has put Bloomberg News in. The new policy will no longer permit representatives from the news company to be credentialed at events, and the campaign will determine on a case-by-case basis whether they will respond to specific inquiries from Bloomberg reporters, according to a statement from the campaign. Bloomberg told reporters that he was also scouting sites for an additional worldwide presidential campaign in a more exotic locale.

This comes after Bloomberg News declared they are refraining from reporting on their CEO Michael Bloomberg's campaign, and are extending that courtesy to the other 2020 presidential candidates.

Trump blacklists Bloomberg News from covering campaign over bias for billionaire Democrat boss President Donald Trump's re-election campaign has barred Bloomberg News from covering rallies and events, citing the outlet's overt bias for their boss, a billionaire seeking the Democrat presidential nomination. As President Trump's marketing campaign, we're accustomed to unfair reporting practices, however most information organizations don't announce their biases so publicly.

In response, the campaign will no longer credential Bloomberg News reporters to cover its events, Parscale said.

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Predictably, Bloomberg Information editor John Micklethwait hit again, squawking that "t$3 he accusation of bias could not be farther from the reality." .

New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet criticized the campaign's decision.

"One of the things I look back and regret is that we were too late in seeing the negative impact that our policies to save lives were having on day-to-day lives", Bloomberg said after meeting with a group of criminal justice reform advocates that included Jackson Mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba and a number of previously incarcerated individuals. "We condemn any action that keeps quality news media from reporting fairly and accurately on the presidency and the leadership of the country".

"Mini Mike Bloomberg has instructed his third rate news organization not to investigate him or any Democrat, but to go after President Trump, only", the president wrote.

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