The Washington Post reports that billionaire Michael Bloomberg plans to spend more than $60 million on this year's elections. Anna Massoglia, who previously worked for Bloomberg Inc., says "So far, during the 2022 election cycles, Bloomberg has not been a top donor in the same way he has in prior cycles." #darkmoney #politics #bloomberg More: https://www.newsnationnow.com/banfield/dark-money-secret-donors-pump-billions-into-us-election-ads/
Monday marks 15 years since Caylee Anthony's remains were found less than a mile away from her grandparents’ home in Orlando, Florida. NewsNation's "Banfield" has learned information that may disprove murder suspect Casey Anthony's defense.
Last week, William Helmer, 67, was convicted of assault with intent to murder and will spend at least 40 years in prison for setting Dorothy Spinella on fire. Spinella was doused in gasoline and burned alive in 2019, suffering severe burns to 40% of her body, but she survived. Spinella and her son Bryan Morrissey join "Banfield" exclusively with the relief they feel knowing Helmer is locked up.
A Michigan judge sentenced high school shooter Ethan Crumbley, 17, to multiple life sentences without parole after hearing emotional impact statements from survivors and victims' families. Florida Assistant State Attorney Stacey Honowitz weighs in on "Banfield."
Ex-inmate Larry Levine, founder of Wall Street Prison Consultants, joins "Banfield" to discuss how prison changes you.
NewsNation host Dan Abrams says former Republican Rep. Liz Cheney has been given the red-carpet treatment by CNN and MSNBC this week. Abrams asks: Is this a case of the enemy of my enemy is my friend? Former CNN editor-at-large Chris Cillizza, NewsNation media contributor Colby Hall and podcast host Aidan McLaughlin provide their perspectives.
Following the GOP debate hosted by NewsNation, Newsmax called NewsNation a “liberal network.” On the flipside, other outlets claim NewsNation is conservative. NewsNation host Dan Abrams says it just shows the problem with the media ecosystem where hyperpartisan outlets project their own biases onto others. Former CNN editor-at-large Chris Cillizza, NewsNation media contributor Colby Hall and podcast host Aidan McLaughlin weigh in.