'I'm spending all my money to get rid of Trump': Michael Bloomberg

Clay Curtis
January 14, 2020

Bloomberg has said he will spend "whatever it takes" to defeat Trump and will continue the effort to topple the Republican incumbent even if he loses the Democratic nomination.

Sustaining progressive momentum for both Sanders and Warren is essential for preventing the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination from going to the likes of Biden or Buttigieg-a grim outcome that would certainly gratify the 44 billionaires and their spouses who've donated to Biden, the 40 billionaires and their spouses who've donated to Buttigieg, and the oligarchic interests they represent.

The private meeting made headlines again Monday after unnamed sources alleged Sanders told warren during the dinner that he didn't think a woman could win the election.

In a 2018 interview with MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell, Sen. (See Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, John McCain, Mitt Romney, and Hillary Clinton). The grassroots he cultivated in Iowa and New Hampshire four years ago have vaulted him into first place in both states in the RealClearPolitics average of all polls.

A co-chair of Bernie Sanders' (D-VT) presidential campaign denies that the Vermont senator meant to "trash" Sen. 'Who can appeal to independent voters?'

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Sanders, who opposes military interventions and has warned that Trump is leading the United States to war with Iran, has criticized Biden for supporting the Iraq war.

She barely mentioned President Trump except to contrast him with the former vice president.

"The Democratic Party reflects America's incredible diversity". Jim Messina, President Obama's 2012 campaign manager, says that if he were working for Trump, he would "very much" want Sanders as an opponent. Yet Warren's embrace of it was viewed as a political calculation, and then, yes, trashed as financially untenable. He noted that each campaign employs hundreds and "people sometimes say things they shouldn't".

A variation of the Sanders campaign was just tried in Britain, where Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn ran on an unabashedly left-wing manifesto that included government-funded middle-class benefits ranging from free broadband to subsidized commuter-train tickets. As the Democratic nominee, he would be running against the angry old white guy already in the White House, who also has a cult following and a love for Russian Federation. But among older voters he bombed, winning only 35 percent of those between ages 40 and 50. "They're the leaders of the party". According to at least one post-2016 election analysis, 1 in 10 people who voted for Sanders in the primaries voted for Trump - not Clinton - in the final. But he might not come out on top of the current almost four-way tie that polls show in that state. Though different in style and substance, Sanders and Biden are vying for an overlapping base of voters in Iowa.

That prospect sends shivers down the spine of establishment Democrats. USA presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg told Reuters he is ready to spend much of his vast fortune to oust Republican President Donald Trump from the White House in 2020, rejecting criticism from rivals for the Democratic nomination that the billionaire is trying to buy the US election. So as a party, we are spending all of our time and resources outside of the battleground states we need to win.

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