Balance of Power Full Show (05/18/2022)

Bloomberg Markets and Finance published this video item, entitled “Balance of Power Full Show (05/18/2022)” – below is their description.

On “Balance of Power” with David Westin, New York Democratic Congressman Hakeem Jeffries on the state’s redrawn Congressional districts. Former US Ambassador to Poland Daniel Fried on Finland and Sweden’s application to NATO. Amrita Sen, founder of Energy Aspects, on Europe’s weaning off Russian energy. And pollster Frank Luntz on the effects of Tuesday’s primaries on the general election.

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