Mike Bloomberg has launched another TV ad capitalizing on his ties to Barack Obama.
The 30-second ad is called “Difference.” It was detailed in a report by Politico.
It starts off with an image of Obama and a narrator saying: “A great president.” It switches to an image of Bloomberg with the narrator adding: “And an effective mayor.”
It then shows a photo of the two men together and the narrator says: “Leadership that makes a difference.”
The ad notes the two men “worked together to combat gun violence and again to improve education for every child.”
Obama is heard saying: “I want to thank the mayor of this great city, Mayor Bloomberg, for his extraordinary leadership. I share your determination to bring this country together to finally make progress for the American people.”
The Hill noted Obama has not yet endorsed a candidate for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination. However, it said Bloomberg and Obama worked together on gun control reform. And, in an ad that aired earlier this month, Bloomberg also highlighted his work with Obama.
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