Founders candidacy for president Bloomberg is disqualified by trump team

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 Founders candidacy for president Bloomberg is disqualified by trump team


On December 2 local time, President Trumps campaign team announced that it would disqualify Bloomberg news from reporting Trumps campaign. Michael Bloomberg, the founder of Bloomberg and former mayor of New York, announced last month that he would take part in the 2020 presidential election. The trump team was dissatisfied with the reporting guidelines announced by Bloomberg.

According to Bloomberg local time on December 2, Brad parscale, the manager of the trump campaign, said in a statement on the same day that Bloomberg publicly expressed their prejudice, so the trump campaign team will not issue certificates to reporters representing Bloomberg for trump campaign in the future.

According to CNBC on December 2, Pascals statement also mentioned that the campaign team will decide on a case by case basis whether to contact individual Bloomberg journalists or answer Bloombergs queries. In addition, the Republican National Committee supported the trump teams decision.

John Micklethwait, Bloombergs editor-in-chief, defended in a statement on December 2, saying that since trump ran in 2015, Bloomberg has reported on trump fairly and without prejudice..

CNBC reports that this is not the first time Trumps campaign has cancelled the media agencys interview documents. During the 2016 presidential campaign, the trump team disqualified the Washington Post as well as the online media politico, buzzfeed and Huffington Post. On November 24, Bloomberg, a Democrat, officially announced his candidacy, saying, I am running for president to defeat Donald Trump and rebuild the United States.. Bloomberg later announced that it would stop reporting and editorializing on Bloomberg and other Democratic presidential candidates, but would continue to investigate the trump administration. Bloomberg seemed to treat presidential candidates differently, the Associated Press reported at the time. But Mikel swift, Bloombergs editor in chief, said trump was in a different situation and that Trumps governments work was the subject of media scrutiny. Source: surging news editor: Dai Wenjia, nb12498

CNBC reports that this is not the first time Trumps campaign has cancelled the media agencys interview documents. During the 2016 presidential campaign, the trump team disqualified the Washington Post as well as the online media politico, buzzfeed and Huffington Post.

On November 24, Bloomberg, a Democrat, officially announced his candidacy, saying, I am running for president to defeat Donald Trump and rebuild the United States.. Bloomberg later announced that it would stop reporting and editorializing on Bloomberg and other Democratic presidential candidates, but would continue to investigate the trump administration.

Bloomberg seemed to treat presidential candidates differently, the Associated Press reported at the time. But Mikel swift, Bloombergs editor in chief, said trump was in a different situation and that Trumps governments work was the subject of media scrutiny.