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Things are heating up between President Trump and Democratic primary candidate Michael Bloomberg in the run up to the election. Bloomberg News says it will not be covering Democrats but will continue to investigate Trump, prompting the Trump campaign to ban the news agency from its rallies and events. Conservative commentator Steve Malzberg weighs in. Cronyism is not new, but it does seem to be gaining prevalence around Washington in recent times. Is it on the rise? RT America’s Faran Fronczak investigates. Saturday Night Live comedian Pete Davidson has demanded that audience members sign a $1 million non-disclosure agreement before shows. In Question is joined by comedienne Natalie McGill to discuss her thoughts on the move and the nerve-wracking experience of being filmed by crowds during a performance. With restaurants having trouble filling their dining rooms, RT America's Trinity Chavez takes a look at the effect food delivery apps and pop-up restaurants are having on the food industry. 

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