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Bloomberg aims campaign juggernaut at Sanders in new 2020 ad
Bloomberg spending millions on 2020 campaign ads
America First Action PAC spokesperson Steve Cortes talks about how Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg reportedly spending $300 million on TV, radio and digital advertisements and if it will help his campaign.
Since launching his nascent presidential campaign in November, Michael Bloomberg has mostly concentrated his massive, multi-million-dollar juggernaut on attacking President Trump and his record, rather than his Democratic primary rivals.
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But on Monday, one day after Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders accused the three-time New York City mayor of trying to buy the presidential election, Bloomberg launched a new ad tearing into supporters of the self-avowed democratic socialist.
The 53-second ad highlighted critical messages and memes that Sanders' supporters have shared online, as well as insults that they've lobbed at other presidential candidates.
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"Yes, Pete has always been a demonic rat," one tweet reads, including a photograph of Pete Buttigieg, the former South Bend, Indiana mayor.