Bloomberg TV snagged a major exclusive on Tuesday when the network announced that its White House correspondent will sit down with President Obama in his first post-election interview.
Bloomberg TV's Julianna Goldman will sit down with Obama at the White House to discuss the fiscal cliff. The interview will air on Bloomberg TV at 12:30 p.m. EST. Though President Obama held a press conference one week after his reelection, he has not yet sat down for a one-on-one interview with a network.
The network released a teser video ahead of the interview that says viewers will hear Obama's "priorities as he sets the agenda for his second term." It seems like Obama's decision to sit down with a financial news network and discuss the fiscal cliff in his first post-election interview is a demonstration of such priorities.