Michael Bloomberg Treats Self To Second, Flashier Presidential Campaign

Michael Bloomberg delivered a speech at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics on Jan. 29 2019

"Having one presidential campaign is nice and all, but I had some extra money lying around and made a decision to splurge on another first-class presidential campaign with all the bells and whistles", said Bloomberg, adding that he planned to split time between his original campaign and his new luxury one, for which he'd already gotten the most expensive consultants, most luxurious campaign vehicles, and nicest website money can buy.

Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg had recently submitted his claim for the presidential candidature of the opposition Democratic Party.

"One of the things I look back on and regret is that we saw too late how our life-saving policies affect daily life", Bloomberg said following a meeting with a group of reformists The Criminal Law included Jackson Mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba and a number of previously detained persons. "Presented with this new policy from Bloomberg News, our campaign was forced to determine how to proceed".

The campaign will decide whether to deal with individual reporters and will answer inquiries on a case-by-case basis, Parscale added.

Journalists of America's Jan Maan Media House Bloomberg News Agency have been barred from coverage of US President Donald Trump's election rallies and events.

In a memo sent to staff members following Bloomberg's announcement, Micklethwait said he would continue the organization's policy of not investigating Bloomberg, his family or his foundation, and "will extend the same policy to his rivals in the Democratic primaries".

Dean Baquet, executive editor of The New York Times, also criticized the Trump campaign's move.

Bloomberg Editor-in-Chief John Micklethwait said the accusation of bias couldn't be further from the truth. "We condemn any action that keeps quality news media from reporting fairly and accurately on the presidency and the leadership of the country". Trump took to Twitter to blast "Mini Mike" Bloomberg for the news organization's coverage decision.

In a November 24 memo describing its approach, Bloomberg News editor-in-chief John Micklethwait said that the organization would continue to report on the Trump administration "as the government of the day".

He posed a hypothetical - if such practices were acceptable - about the relationship between Democrats and Trump's preferred cable news network. "It's the nature of the beast".



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