Análisis de la cobertura de medios de EU


By Joshua Kucera, Today’s Papers, Slate Magazine
Both the WSJ and Post find bad news for John McCain as he runs for president in a struggling economy. One of his top advisers, Phil Gramm, led the deregulation of the banking and financial services industry as a senator in the 1990s and is now a vice chairman of a bank wrapped up in the subprime mortgage crisis.

Another adviser is Carly Fiorina, the former CEO of Hewlett-Packard, who was publicly ousted by the company’s board. The Post asks if these people are good for McCain to be tied to publicly. “I, for one, have thought about it a lot,” one McCain adviser answered. “And that’s all I will say.”

The Journal, meanwhile, finds that business groups that are traditionally Republican-friendly are donating more to Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama than to McCain. One reason is that McCain has annoyed many business leaders with his vaunted “maverick” approach; another is that people don’t expect him to win. Corporations have been “moving in a direction where the electorate is likely to be,” a Democratic analyst said.



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