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John Heilemann

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John Arthur Heilemann (born January 23, 1966) is the co-managing editor of Bloomberg Politics, anjournalist for New York magazine, where he mainly covers US politics, and a political analyst for MSNBC.[1]
He is the co-author (with Mark Halperin) of Double Down and Game Change, books about Presidential campaigns. He and Halperin co-host With All Due Respect, a political analysis show on Bloomberg Television and MSNBC. Heilemann is also producing and co-starring (with Mark Halperin and Mark McKennon) in Showtime'sThe Circus: Inside the Greatest Political Show on Earth, following the presidential candidates behind the scenes of their campaigns in the 2016 United States Presidential Election.He has been a staff writer for The New YorkerWired, and The Economist. He is the author of a previous book, Pride Before the Fall, about the Microsoft antitrust case. He was the host of a four-part documentary series for Discovery called Download: the True Story of the Internet, about the rise of the World Wide Web, which first aired in 2008.


Heilemann holds a bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Political Science from Northwestern University and a master's degree from the John F. Kennedy School of Government atHarvard University.[2]

Mark Halperin

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For the author and former Wall Street Journal contributor, see Mark Helprin.
Mark Halperin
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Halperin at the 2012 Tribeca Film Festivalpremiere of Knife Fight
BornMark Evan Halperin
January 11, 1965 (age 51)
BethesdaMaryland, U.S.
ResidenceNew York CityNew York, U.S.
NationalityUnited States of America
EducationB.A., Harvard University, 1987
Years active1988–present
EmployerBloomberg L.P.
Time Warner
Notable work The Way to Win: Clinton, Bush, Rove, and How to Take the White House in 2008 co-author
TelevisionThe Circus: Inside the Greatest Political Show on Earth co-star
With All Due Respect co-host
Bloomberg Politics
co-managing editor
Morning Joe Contributor
Board member ofNew Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College
Partner(s)Karen Avrich
Mark Evan Halperin (born January 11, 1965)[1] is co-managing editor (with John Heilemann) of Bloomberg Politics and a senior political analyst for MSNBC and Bloomberg Television.[2] He is the co-author (with John Heilemann) of Game Change and Double Down: Game Change 2012. Both Halperin and Heilemann are co-hosts of MSNBC and Bloomberg's With All Due Respect, a political analysis show. Halperin is also producing and co-starring (with John Heilemann and Mark McKennon) in Showtime'sThe Circus: Inside the Greatest Political Show on Earth, following the presidential candidates behind the scenes of their campaigns in the 2016 United States Presidential Election.
Mark Halperin serves as a board member on the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College.

Personal life[edit]

Halperin is the son of Morton Halperin, a foreign policy expert, and Ina Young. He has two brothers, David and Gary. He was born inBethesda, Maryland,[3][4] and raised in Bethesda, where he attended Walt Whitman High School.[5] During the summer of 1982, before he began his senior year at Whitman, Mark Halperin lived with a family in Japan as part of the Youth for Understandingprogram.[6] He received his B.A. from Harvard University in 1987.[7] Halperin resides in New York City with his girlfriend, Karen Avrich, co-author of Sasha and Emma with her late father and historian Paul Avrich.[8][9][10][11]
Mark Halperin at the 2015 Iowa Growth & Opportunity Party at the Varied Industries Building at the Iowa State Fairgrounds in Des Moines, Iowa.


In 1988, Halperin started out as a desk assistant for ABC News and a researcher for World News Tonight. He then worked in theinvestigative unit of World News Tonight and as a general assignment reporter in Washington. In 1992 he worked full-time as an off-air producer covering Bill Clinton. In 1994 Halperin became a producer with ABC's special events unit in New York and later an editorial producer.
In 1997 he was named the political director for ABC News. As director, Halperin appeared frequently as a correspondent and political analyst for ABC News television and radio programs. He also founded and edited The Note, which appeared daily on[12] In October 2006, Halperin, along with John F. Harris, released their book, The Way to Win: Clinton, Bush, Rove, and How to Take the White House in 2008 (ISBN 1-4000-6447-3).
Since 2006 Halperin has been a board member of the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College in Goffstown, New Hampshire. He has been on the NHIOP public advisory board since it was created in 2008. In February 2009, Halperin met with students and faculty at the NHIOP and gave a public lecture titled "The Obama Administration—The Story So Far".[13]
In March 2007, Halperin became a political analyst for ABC News and was replaced as political director by David Chalian. In May 2007, he was hired as a political analyst and editor at large for Time magazine. In June 2010, he was hired as senior political analyst at MSNBC. In 2011, Time released an iPad app called "Mark Halperin 2012" that contains material from Mr. Halperin's "The Page" as well as video, photos, breaking news, and Halperin's take on the news.[14]

2004 elections[edit]

In October 2004 the Drudge Report published a memo Halperin sent to ABC News staff about coverage of the U.S. presidential election directing them not to "reflexively and artificially hold both sides 'equally' accountable" and that both John Kerry and George W. Bush used "distortion" in their campaign, but that Kerry’s distortions were not "central to his efforts to win."[15] Halperin was criticized by conservatives who used the memo to reinforce long-standing complaints of media bias.[16][17] ABC News spokesman Jeffrey Schneider confirmed the authenticity of the memo and said Halperin "takes his responsibility to be fair as seriously as a heart attack."[18] In 2006, Halperin would criticize the media for being biased in favor of Kerry after a controversial remark that the senator made.[19]

MSNBC suspension[edit]

On June 30, 2011, Halperin was suspended from his duties at MSNBC for "slurring" President Barack Obama on the program Morning Joe, saying the President came off as "kind of a dick" during the previous day's press conference.[20][21] His suspension was lifted a little over a month later.[22]

Books and movies[edit]

Halperin with co-author John Heilemann wrote "Game Change: Obama and the Clintons, McCain and Palin, and the Race of a Lifetime," which was made into Game Change, which premiered on HBO on March 10, 2012. Halperin had a cameo role in the movie as a reporter.


In December 2011, Halperin was listed as #1 in's 2011 Hack List, his reporting described as "shallow and predictable" as well as "both fixated solely on the horse race and also uniquely bad at analyzing the horse race." [23]
Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR) named Halperin as one of its P.U.-Litzer winners in 2013 for his comment about New Jersey governor Chris Christie: "Chris Christie is someone who is magical in the way politicians can be magical, like our last three presidents." [24]
In his syndicated column, Ruben Navarrette accused Halperin of asking racist questions when interviewing Ted Cruz on May 9, 2015. Including asking the Senator to speak Spanish, list his favorite Cuban dishes, and favorite Hispanic music.[25] Rick Moran, of the PJ Tatler, on May 10, 2015, wrote that "Asking Cruz to say something in Spanish is akin to asking a black person to eat watermelon or start dancing."[26] Halperin responded to the criticism saying it was meant to be a light-hearted banter, and that "I apologize to those that were offended, and to Senator Cruz. I promise that I will work to make the tone and questions better next time."[27]

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