25 episodios

We’re taking The Big Take to DC. Every Thursday, Bloomberg’s Saleha Mohsin digs into how money, politics, and power shapes Washington - and the consequences for voters across America.

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We’re taking The Big Take to DC. Every Thursday, Bloomberg’s Saleha Mohsin digs into how money, politics, and power shapes Washington - and the consequences for voters across America.

    Who Wins the White House Could Reshape Your Taxes

    Who Wins the White House Could Reshape Your Taxes

    Trump’s 2017 tax cuts were 30 years in the making. Some expire next year, and a nasty battle is brewing over whether to renew them.

    On today’s Big Take podcast, Bloomberg politics editor Laura Davison and Bipartisan Policy Center senior vice president Bill Hoagland join DC host Saleha Mohsin to break down the 2017 tax cuts, what they’ve meant for taxpayers and the US economy, and how a Biden or Trump win could affect their future.

    Read more: Ultra-Rich Should Pay to Save Social Security, Swing-State Voter Poll Shows
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    • 16 min
    Trump’s 2024 Campaign: Smaller, Nimbler, Faster… And at a Courthouse

    Trump’s 2024 Campaign: Smaller, Nimbler, Faster… And at a Courthouse

    Team Trump is up against historic criminal trials and a failed reelection bid in 2020. Despite this, his 2024 campaign is organized, frugal – and getting results.

    On today’s Big Take podcast, DC host Saleha Mohsin takes stock of the 2024 Trump campaign through the lens of his past two runs, speaking with former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci and Bloomberg politics reporter Nancy Cook.
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    • 17 min
    It’s About to Get Hot. Small Businesses Will Pay the Price

    It’s About to Get Hot. Small Businesses Will Pay the Price

    The National Weather Service is predicting that vast swaths of the US will see above-average temperatures this summer. That’s weighing on the wallets of small businesses across the country, who already operate on thin profit margins.

    On today’s Big Take podcast, DC host Saleha Mohsin does the math on this economic hit, hears from business owners trying to weather it, and unpacks what the government could do about it with Bloomberg economics reporter Catarina Saraiva.
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    • 14 min
    Warren Buffett’s Hometown Could Decide the US Election

    Warren Buffett’s Hometown Could Decide the US Election

    Omaha, Nebraska, is billionaire Warren Buffett’s hometown. A quirk in the state’s election law also means it could wind up deciding the 2024 presidential election.

    On this episode, Big Take DC host Saleha Mohsin talks to Nebraska Democratic Party Chair Jane Kleeb and Bloomberg White House reporter Josh Wingrove, who traveled to Nebraska, to understand the fight to secure Omaha’s vote and the possibility of Warren Buffett entering the fray.
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    • 16 min
    Prying Open Government Records with Jason Leopold

    Prying Open Government Records with Jason Leopold

    The US public’s trust in the media, and the government, is markedly low. A recent Gallup poll found only about 30 percent of Americans trust the media — and Pew Research found only 16 percent trust their government.

    Bloomberg’s Jason Leopold is using records to try to change that. He’s filed over 9,000 requests through the Freedom of Information Act, or FOIA — a Cold War era law meant to ensure the right to transparency from the US government.

    On this week’s Big Take DC, host Saleha Mohsin and Jason dissect the FOIA process, the challenges of sifting through redacted documents from secretive government entities and the stories FOIA records have brought to light.

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    • 14 min
    Boeing Faces Washington and Wall Street Reckonings

    Boeing Faces Washington and Wall Street Reckonings

    Tires and doors falling off mid-flight. A top US official stranded because of a 737 jet maintenance issue. Boeing is facing the ire of US lawmakers, scrutiny from its key regulator, and pressure from Wall Street ahead of an earnings report — all as it struggles to rebuild trust with passengers after a string of crises.On this week’s Big Take DC, Saleha Mohsin digs into Boeing’s rise and fall with reporter Julie Johnsson, global aviation editor Benedikt Kammel, and long-time pilot and accident investigator Captain John Cox.
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    • 19 min

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