Trump calls for 'thundering' Democrat poll defeat at Arizona rally
Donald Trump calls on his supporters to deliver Democrats "a thundering defeat" at elections on November 3rd, during a campaign rally in Tuscon, Arizona. The US President also lists French president Emmanuel Macron along with Vladimir Putin, Xi Jinping and Kim Jong-un as leaders "very much at the top of their game".
Trump says American Jews who vote for Democrats are disloyal to Israel
President Donald Trump says American Jews are being disloyal to other Jews and Israel if they vote for a Democrat, doubling down on a statement a day earlier that prompted an outcry in the Jewish community.
Lawmakers weigh in on Facebook's new crypto
Rep. Warren Davidson, an Ohio Republican, and Rep. Josh Gottheimer, a New Jersey Democrat, talk with Bloomberg's Kevin Cirilli about Facebook Inc.'s plans for a new cryptocurrency called Libra.
Facebook is too big to run a Cryptocurrency, Sen. Sherrod Brown says
Sen. Sherrod Brown, an Ohio Democrat, discusses Facebook Inc.'s plans to launch a new cryptocurrency with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Balance of Power."
'Wild West' days of internet over, Sen. Warner Says
Senator Mark Warner, a Virginia Democrat, discusses a bipartisan bill that would ban "manipulative" design features and prompts that let large websites "trick consumers into handing over their personal data."
'New Day, New Way' for big bank oversight, Rep. Waters says
Representative Maxine Waters, a California Democrat, discusses the testimony from major U.S. bank chiefs to the House Financial Services Committee with Bloomberg's Kevin Cirilli.
Buhari behaving like Abacha, planning to rig elections – Obasanjo
I am concerned as a democrat who believes that with faithful and diligent practice of democracy, we can get over most of our political problems and move steadfastly and surefootedly on the course of stability, unity of purpose, socio-economic growth and progress for all.
US Senator Elizabeth Warren moves to challenge Trump in 2020
The liberal Democrat has taken the first step towards a presidential campaign by opening an exploratory committee. In her video announcement, she described America's middle class as "under attack" from special interests.
Obama reflects on ten years since his election to Oval Office
Democrat Barack Obama returned to Chicago on Sunday marking 10-years since he became President of the United States as he tried to whip up voter turnout in the last 48 hours of a campaign in which polls show dozens of U.S. congressional and gubernatorial races as too close to call.