Roundtable: Bloomberg Comes to Obama's Defense New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg is defending Barack Obama over a whisper campaign. Plus, officials raid the home of Baltimore's mayor in a corruption probe. For insight and analysis, Farai Chideya talks with bloggers Robert Redding, Eric Brown, and Chris Rabb.
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Roundtable: Bloomberg Comes to Obama's Defense

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Roundtable: Bloomberg Comes to Obama's Defense

Roundtable: Bloomberg Comes to Obama's Defense

Roundtable: Bloomberg Comes to Obama's Defense

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A two-year-long corruption probe in Baltimore escalates with a raid on the home of the city's mayor, Sheila Dixon. Plus, New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg tells a Jewish group to ignore Muslim-baiting e-mails about Barack Obama.

For insight and analysis, Farai Chideya talks with bloggers Robert Redding of The Redding News Review, Eric Brown of the Detroit News, and Chris Rabb of Afro-Netizen.