John Heilemann

Bloomberg Politics / Showtime's 'The Circus'

Guest

Co-host of Showtime's The Circus, Co-managing Editor at Bloomberg Politics and author of Game Change: Obama and The Clintons, McCain and Palin and the Race of a Lifetime; former National Affairs Editor for New York magazine ; former reporter for the Economist and New Yorker; former National Affairs Editor for Wired magazine

John Heilemann on KCRW

Despite the hours of free media that fueled his candidacy, Donald Trump is attacking the media – which then gave him even more time.

Covering a Candidate Who's Declared War on the Press

Despite the hours of free media that fueled his candidacy, Donald Trump is attacking the media – which then gave him even more time.

from To the Point

The  latest Field Poll  shows California voters evenly split on the "Occupy" movement. Those who identify think financial institutions are responsible for today's economy.

Occupy Movement's Last Gasp or a New Beginning?

The latest Field Poll shows California voters evenly split on the "Occupy" movement. Those who identify think financial institutions are responsible for today's economy.

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New York Police roughly ousted Occupy Wall Street campers in Zuccotti Park, and occupations in cities around the country had similar endings.

Occupy Movement's Last Gasp or a New Beginning?

New York Police roughly ousted Occupy Wall Street campers in Zuccotti Park, and occupations in cities around the country had similar endings.

from To the Point

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