Mark Halperin and John Heilemann were business partners with high-paying jobs at Bloomberg, Showtime and NBC News prior to Halperin’s career derailing amid sexual harassment allegations. Now, according to the Washington Post, the two men “have gone from partners to adversaries.”



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