Michael Bloomberg unveiled a suite of proposals on Tuesday aimed at addressing racial disparities in the criminal justice system, reducing the prison population and investing in reintegration initiatives.
Bloomberg has faced a backlash for an interview in which he blamed the 2008 financial crisis on politicians who had pushed to end racially discriminatory mortgage-lending policies known as "redlining."
After an interview surfaced in which Michael Bloomberg blamed the 2008 economic collapse on the end of discriminatory redlining practices, Elizabeth Warren tells Kasie Hunt that 'anyone who thinks that should not be the leader of our party.' Read more
Isaac Chotiner interviews Muriel Bowser, the mayor of Washington, D.C., about Michael Bloomberg's record as mayor of New York City, including his stop-and-frisk policy, his comments about redlining, and allegations against him of sexism.
Michael Bloomberg has come under fire for his 2008 comments on redlining and the subprime mortgage crisis. Sen. Elizabeth Warren tells Lawrence O'Donnell, "Anybody who thinks that the banks should have been allowed to be more racist should not be the Read more