Tuesday, November 21, 2017
by DMO Affiliate
Mark Halperin, managing editor of Bloomberg Politics, says that some of the behavior toward women by Donald Trump reported by The New York Times may have been "boorish and inappropriate," but not enough to diminish his support: "Trump relishes these fights," he says.   [READ MORE]
Photographer Joel Strong discusses his satirical stop-motion technique used in "Heads of State," which imagines the presidential front-runners as everyday New Yorkers.   [READ MORE]
Mark Halperin, the managing editor of Bloomberg politics, discusses the path to the White House for Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, who he calls "two unpopular candidates," and compares the demographic and geographic goals of Trump and Clinton to those of President Obama and Mitt Romney in the 2012 election.   [READ MORE]
See the famous faces that stopped by Vanity Fair's portrait studio at President Barack Obama's final White House Correspondents' Dinner.   [READ MORE]
April 29 -- Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton has become a star on Broadway, but how would his ideas play in modern day Washington, D.C. and Wall Street? Bloomberg's Ellen Pollock examines his manifesto in relation to modern day economics and politics. She speaks on "Bloomberg Markets."   [READ MORE]
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]

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