Trump re-election campaign to deny credentials to Bloomberg News reporters
Monday, 2 December 2019 President Donald Trump's re-election campaign said on Monday it will no longer issue press credentials to reporters working for Bloomberg News, the agency owned by Democratic presidential hopeful Michael Bloomberg.
The Trump campaign said it will no longer give media credentials to Bloomberg News for 2020 events after the news outlet announced how it will cover the presidential race going forward. Veuer’s Justin Kircher has the story.
The Federal Reserve is targeting above 2% inflation. Scott Minerd, Guggenheim global CIO told Bloomberg on Wednesday it is "virtually impossible" for the Fed to achieve that without creating a bubble in asset prices. "The reality is that the inefficiencies that are building up in the system." Minerd said misinformation and mistaken investments will pose a challenge to investors.
In order to give its employees a major sense of relief, Apple has decided to design its own face masks and the company will distribute it to its retail and corporate employees. Most of the employees of Apple wear masks on the job as a precautionary measure against the coronavirus, and as a result, Apple has decided to come up with its own masks, Mashable cited a Bloomberg report. As per this report, Apple is providing two face masks to each of its employees. One mask is called "ClearMask" and it has been sourced from other companies. The other mask is known as "Apple Face Mask" has been created by Apple's Engineering and Industrial Design teams. This particular mask has up to three layers that filter incoming and outgoing particles, and it can be washed and reused up to five times," Mashable cited a Bloomberg report. The company will now start sending Apple Face Masks to its employees over the next two weeks.
ByteDance is likely to miss the deadline imposed by the Trump administration for the sale of TikTok's U.S. assets as new Chinese regulations have complicated deal talks, Bloomberg reported on Thursday. Ciara Lee reports
A federal judge has blocked controversial changes to the United States postal service, saying they were "a politically motivated attack" that had slowed the nation's mail and likely would slow the delivery of ballots in the upcoming presidential election.
The Trump administration will ban WeChat and video-sharing app TikTok from U.S. app stores starting Sunday night, a move that will block Americans from downloading the Chinese-owned platforms over concerns they pose a national security threat. Fred Katayama reports.
Andrew Gillum was a Florida politician. He was once celebrated as a rising Democratic star. Rumors about his sexuality circulated when he was found drunk in a Miami Beach hotel with two men. One of the men was a notorious male prostitute who overdosed on crystal meth. In a chat with Tamron Hall Gillum came out as bisexual. Gillum said he did not have sex with either of the men in the hotel. He felt the worst about the rumors about infidelity to his wife, R. Jai Gillum.
A former White House aide who helped coordinate the Trump administration's response to the coronavirus pandemic sharply criticized President Donald Trump in a video released on Thursday and said she planned to vote for Democrat Joe Biden. Gloria Tso reports.
Olivia Troye was a homeland security adviser to US Vice President Mike Pence, and a lead staffer on the White House coronavirus task force. No longer. According to CNN, Troye has joined a growing list of former Trump admin who have criticized the President. Some, including Troye, have also endorsed Trump's Democratic opponent Joe Biden. In a two-minute video released Thursday, Troye accused Trump of failing to protect the American public because he only cared about getting reelected.
FBI Director Christopher Wray on Thursday warned that Russia is interfering in the 2020 U.S. presidential election with a steady stream of misinformation aimed at Democrat Joe Biden as well as sapping Americans' confidence in the election process.
Former NYC mayor and presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg blasted Donald Trump for what he described as his many failures, saying, "I'm not asking you to vote against Donald Trump because he's a bad guy. I'm urging you to vote against him because he's done a bad job."
Sen. Elizabeth Warren's presidential campaign is in a fundraising crunch. According to Business Insider, the news comes just days ahead of the end of the fourth-quarter filing deadline. Warren sent out..