A new report says Bernie Sanders told fellow Democrat senator and 2020 rival Elizabeth Warren he doesn't think a woman can win the race to become president. "He can say, 'I'm a business guy, the economy's good and this guy's a socialist.' I think that contrast for Trump is likely one that he'd be excited about in a way that he wouldn't be as excited about Biden or potentially Mayor Pete or some of the more Midwestern moderate candidates".
Though Bloomberg argues that Iowa and New Hampshire lack diversity, the other two early primary states - Nevada and SC - give significant voice to Latino and African-American voters, respectively.
Rep. Max Rose of Staten Island said he was backing Bloomberg in part because of his response to the September 11 terrorist attacks in NY after he was first elected mayor in 2001. Elizabeth Warren of MA, for being a leading voice in advocating for a calendar change.
"But you've heard me for months, I have never said a negative word about Elizabeth Warren, who is a friend of mine". While his speeches drew modest crowds of no more than a few hundred in Austin and fewer still in San Antonio, many who attended said they were independents or former Trump supporters who had learned about Bloomberg through his massive advertising campaign. "Television is still the magic medium", Bloomberg said.
There is also a growing number organizers joining him in Super Tuesday states.
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Bloomberg spent tens of millions of dollars helping Democrats takeover control of the House of Representatives in 2018, although the billionaire media mogul actually backed Donovan's unsuccessful re-election bid.
"We are probably the only ones who remember", said Bloomberg.
It is a message that resonated with several people.
He said the amount of financial support would depend on how much help the candidate would need. "They make the public think that I am a real candidate, that they are really anxious, and that I am a real threat". "Those are states that Donald Trump is campaigning in every single day", Sheekey said.
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. "If we're lucky it might be able to persuade some of the Republicans on the fence".