Friday, April 29, 2016
by DMO Affiliate
April 28 -- On ?With All Due Respect, Bloomberg Politics contributor Ken Goldstein crunches the numbers on the money being spent on TV political ads in the Hoosier State ahead of the primary on May 3.   [READ MORE]
Treat Williams and George Hamilton bring star power to the big screen in their new movie, "The Congressman" and as Kathie Lee Gifford points out, the two have "the best heads of hair in the entire business."   [READ MORE]
April 27 -- Larry Fink, chief executive officer at BlackRock, talks with Erik Schatzker about political dissatisfaction around the world and the promise of fiscal policy stimulus. He speaks on "Bloomberg ?GO?."   [READ MORE]
April 25 -- Billionaire Charles Koch stated in a televised interview this weekend that Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton may be a better choice for the White House in 2016 than any of the Republican contenders. Bloomberg's Megan Murphy reports on "Bloomberg ?GO?."   [READ MORE]
April 25 -- New Yorker magazine has dedicated every carton in this week's issue to Donald Trump and his policies, a first in the history of the publication. In today's "Morning Must Read," Bloomberg's Michael McKee highlights a comic take on Trump's America on "Bloomberg Surveillance."   [READ MORE]
Mark Halperin of Bloomberg Politics and NBC political analyst Nicole Wallace join TODAY to talk about the new alliance between John Kasich and Ted Cruz to stop Donald Trump, and they agree: The problem is that their collusion plays right into Trump's accusations that the GOP nomination process is "fixed."   [READ MORE]
April 22 -- Columbia University Professor Jeffrey Sachs examines the political and economic climate in the United States and the discontent of the American people. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance."   [READ MORE]

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