Third Way Co-Founder Bennett on Police Reform in America

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Apr.21 — Third Way Co-Founder and former Deputy Assistant to Bill Clinton Matt Bennett speaks to Bloomberg’s Alix Steel and Guy Johnson about police reform in America following the Derek Chauvin verdict and negotiating with China about emission cuts on “Bloomberg Markets”.

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