[Ed. – No need for Trump to go after Bloomberg. The Left is doing that work for him.]
A nondisclosure agreement utilized by the campaign of Michael Bloomberg, the billionaire CEO of Bloomberg LP and former New York mayor now running for president, contains language that could prevent staffers from reporting workplace abuse.
The NDA totals nine pages and forbids employees from discussing “any and all non-public information” and “activities” by the campaign.
And while it’s understandable that a campaign would want to keep things like internal polling under wraps, transparency advocates say that the NDA is overly broad to the point of preventing sexual harassment, as well as other forms of workplace abuse like racial discrimination, from being reported.
Even when the campaign ends, it may be difficult for the public to learn what happened since, unlike many NDAs, this one does not expire.