The Challenges Facing Hollande in Terror-Bound France

As the terrorist threat moves to center stage in France’s presidential election campaign, Francois Hollande finds himself paralyzed. He’s stuck between an opposition-stoked desire for tougher, even authoritarian, measures to provide security, and a historic reluctance by his own Socialist Party to impinge on basic democratic freedoms in the name of law and order. It’s a dilemma that’s already contributed to one major election defeat for the Socialists. Bank of America Merrill Lynch Chief European Economist Gilles Moec discusses with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua on "The Pulse."

Trump Toasts ‘Unlimited’ Potential of United Nations
12:39 - At a luncheon hosted by the Secretary General of the United Nations on Tuesday, President Donald Trump toasts the “unlimited” potential of the UN. (Source: Bloomberg)
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