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On the trail: Bloomberg targeted by Democratic rivals, Biden raises money for crucial states

Credit: Reuters- Published on February 14, 2020
U.S. Democratic presidential candidates took aim on Thursday at a rival whose name has not yet appeared on the ballot in the early voting states but whose television ads have blanketed the airwaves: billionaire former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
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Published on February 13, 2020 -  00:44
As Bloomberg Lurks, Biden Campaign Scrambles
Joe Biden’s presidential campaign scrambled to reassure donors, surrogates and the press about his path forward Wednesday. At the same time, Politico reports Biden's campaign counterattacked nearly every one of his rivals. Elected officials across the country understand there will be down-ballot carnage to the Democratic Party if we elect the wrong person,” Rep. Cedric Richmond Co-Chair, Joe Biden Campaign Super Tuesday is on March 3rd, and marks a new phase of the campaign. That's when former New York City Michael Bloomberg will be competing on the strength of an ad campaign that could reach $300 million. Bloomberg’s reason for unexpectedly announcing his bid in November was rooted in that Biden’s support would fall apart. Biden’s campaign initially dismissed Bloomberg as a serious threat. Biden's campaign has adjusted its stance after Biden lost two elections while some endorsers began flipping their support to Bloomberg.

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