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Trump Slams Bloomberg: 'Mini Mike' Is 'Looking for a Job'

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By    |   Friday, 18 September 2020 02:25 PM

President Donald Trump blasted former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg for donating to Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden’s campaign, claiming Bloomberg is “looking for a job” in a tweet on Friday.

“Mini Mike Bloomberg, after making a total fool of himself as he got badly beaten up by Pocahontas and the Democrats in the Primaries, is at it again,” Trump tweeted. “He tried to buy an Election and went away with a major case of Depression. Now he’s throwing money at the Dems, looking for a job!”

Bloomberg announced earlier this week that he would spend $100 million of his personal fortune, which dwarfs Trump’s own fortune, to help elect Biden in Florida, where polls show the candidates are neck-and-neck.

Priorities USA announced on Thursday that the $5.4 million Bloomberg donated to the Democrat super PAC would finance a week of air time in the state’s 10 media markets starting this Friday.

“If Joe Biden wins Florida, he wins the election. Mike Bloomberg's support means we can continue the important work of connecting with Florida voters to hold Donald Trump accountable for his utter failure in combating the coronavirus,” Priorities USA Chairman Guy Cecil said in a statement, according to Fox News. "The stakes have never been higher and we are fortunate to have Mike Bloomberg as a partner and are looking forward to continuing to work together in this fight to elect Joe Biden.”

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President Donald Trump blasted former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg for donating to Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden's campaign, claiming Bloomberg is "looking for a job" in a tweet on Friday. "Mini Mike Bloomberg, after making a total fool of himself as he...
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