close Video How the Catholic vote will impact the 2020 presidential race Recent polls show the majority of Catholics still favor President Trump, but support is sliding; Ellison Barber reports from Washington. **Want FOX News Halftime Report in your inbox every day? Sign up here.**On the roster: Hipsters, Henry, hogs and how to lose an election – Poll: Battleground Dems want moderate nominee – Dems discuss options for articles of impeachment – Outside groups swamp vulnerable GOP senators – Thanksgiving couldn’t come at a better timeBob Hope’s great old line: “It’s so cold in Washington that the politicians actually have their hands in their own pockets.” In order to keep the blood pumping, what do you say to a serving of news nuggets?- Oh, Michael Bloomberg. The former New York mayor and multi-billionaire is a national political figure in the same way that Brooklyn hipsters are leading a national cultural trend. It seems true if you live in the media universe of the NYT, “Morning Joe” and Vanity Fair think pieces. In what is at least his third flirtation with a presidential run in this cycle alone, Bloomberg is using his wealth to start to secure ballot access for next year’s primaries… Just in case…. Read full this story
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