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Technocrat Bloomberg not big on the Constitution

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Mike Bloomberg is cool, correct and effective, and all the more worrisome for it.
If November were to come down to a Trump-Bloomberg race - despite the former New York City mayor's woeful debating skills - Americans would get the choice of swapping one president with an a-constitutional view of the office, for another.
Donald Trump views the presidency through the prism of what's most gratifying to him, especially his insatiable need for attention; Bloomberg would view it through the prism of what's good for you, as filtered through his supreme confidence that he, and only he, truly knows...
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‘Some people have too much money': Bloomberg trolled for Trump eats 'burnt steak' and ‘cheats at golf' billboards

‘Some people have too much money': Bloomberg trolled for Trump eats 'burnt steak' and ‘cheats at golf' billboards

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Michael Bloomberg's latest bid to get support is a series of Nevada billboards trolling Trump for everything from how he likes his steak cooked to how he plays golf, but folks aren't buying into the childish antics.
You can't say Bloomberg isn't trying. In his attempt to become the 2020 presidential nominee for the Democrat Party, the billionaire has spent hundreds of millions of dollars already and the 5'8'' former New York City mayor is even enduring perhaps President Donald Trump's most vicious nickname for a rival yet - Mini Mike.
lol... At first I thought this was a spoof... Alas...
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Bloomberg trolls Trump with billboards claiming he cheats at golf, lost to Hillary - and ‘likes burnt steak'

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Michael Bloomberg is trying to get under President Trump's skin with thumb-in-the-eye messages on highway billboards. The trolling messages, which the ex-mayor's campaign hopes Trump will see on his way to Nevada and Arizona campaign events, include claims that Trump cheats at golf and mismanaged...
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Mike Bloomberg is going after Trump with billboards mocking him for eating 'burnt' steak and cheating at golf

Mike Bloomberg is going after Trump with billboards mocking him for eating 'burnt' steak and cheating at golf

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Mike Bloomberg's 2020 campaign has put up billboards trolling President Donald Trump for eating "burnt" steak, cheating at golf, and losing the popular vote in several Western states this week.
The former Wall Street executive and friend of Trump's is attempting to position himself as the strongest general election candidate and flooding the race with ads.
Bloomberg isn't even on the ballot in the Nevada caucus, but Trump may see the billboards when he visits Las Vegas and Phoenix for campaign events on Friday.
Bloomberg has spent $415 million so far on TV, radio, and digital ads - almost...
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