Bloomberg in the harsh glare of the spotlight as he racks up endorsements, the surges in the polls

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“Stop and frisk” does not define who Mike Bloomberg the mayor or an individual, says Bloomberg campaign as a senior Advisor to Tim O’brien

Mike Bloomberg is the first hit from the left and the right.

On Thursday morning, former New York City mayor incoming fire took on Twitter of President Trump — who are Bloomberg called a “mass of the dead energy” and a “LOSER” — and of the Democratic presidential nomination rivals, Sen. Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts, the defendants, the multi-billionaire business and media mogul.


For Bloomberg, who has poured hundreds of millions of dollars of his own money in his campaign after the jump to the White house race just two and a half months, that a rise in the polls and a wave of new confirmations, resulting in increased control and a rise in attacks by rivals.

“It is not a safe indicator that you are on the rise, as if you have given your candidacy and campaign are under attack,” veteran democratic strategist and communications consultant Lynda Tran.

“It is clear that everyone from Donald Trump on the GOP ticket is concerned about how mayor Bloomberg’s unprecedented resources and a long track record of advocating for progressive causes at the end of gun violence in the fight against the climate change impact on the race this year,” she said.

Trump, taking aim at Bloomberg, tweeted: “Mini-Mike is a 5’4″ mass of the dead energy, which does not want to be on the debate stage with these professional politicians.”

“No more boxes please. He hates Crazy Bernie, and stop, with enough money, you might be him. Bernie ‘s people added to go nuts,” Trump, as he pointed to populist sen Bernie Sanders of Vermont, who won Tuesday’s presidential primary in New Hampshire.

But the President was not finished. The voracious tweeter slammed Bloomberg, called him “a LOSER who has money, can, however, debate is not and has zero presence, you will see. He reminds me of a small version of Jeb ‘Low Energy’ Bush, but Jeb has more political skills and treated the Black community much better than the Mini!”

Bloomberg took the bumps like a badge of honor, not to say at a morning campaign event in North Carolina, “I am not afraid of Donald Trump. Donald Trump is afraid of us, and that is the reason why he keeps tweeting the whole time… the President has attacked me again this morning on Twitter. Thank You, Donald. He looks at our poll numbers and I think it is fair to say that he’s scared because he knows I have the record and the resources to defeat him.”

And responding on Twitter, Bloomberg, scoffed Trump, said that “we know that many of the same people in New York. Behind your back they laugh at you & call you a carnival barking clown.”

“You know, you inherited a fortune & squandered it with stupid offers and incompetence. I have the recording and the resources to defeat them. And I will tweeted,” Bloomberg.

The increased attacks from trump to come, as Bloomberg seen a jump in support in the polls. He stood at 15 percent in a Quinnipiac University poll this week in the democratic nomination race, in third place following Sanders and only two points behind the former Vice-President Joe Biden, who seems to be fading after the extremely disappointing finish in the Iowa group meetings last week and the New Hampshire primary this week.

Bloomberg’s also slow to gain traction in the polls in some of the 14 Super-Tuesday-States hold primaries and Caucasus on may 3. March, directly after the last two early voting States of Nevada and South Carolina. Even before he announced his candidacy at the end of November 2019, Bloomberg said he would skip the first four of the early voting contests, and would focus on his efforts and firepower on the delegates in addition to rich Super Tuesday States and beyond

The candidate and his rising poll numbers will be touted at a campaign event in North Carolina on Thursday.

“At the beginning of this week a survey came out that shows that I beat Trump by a larger margin than any other, and I’ve only campaigns for 11 weeks. Imagine what the polls look like in 11 months,” he said and pointed to the November General election.

It’s not just his poll numbers, which are growing — the size of his campaign staff around the country. He will also be an increase in the number of people to see shows at his events. Bloomberg, Tennessee, on Wednesday, came more than 1,000 people to a campaign event in Nashville, and 1,100 to an event in Chattanooga.

But its upward trend come back signed increased control — and the last comments, biting at him.

Bloomberg, the previous support for his controversial “stop and frisk” policy during his tenure as mayor — and comments from 2008 say that the elimination of the discriminatory housing practice known as “redlining” was responsible for stimulate, the year of the great recession-are the headlines of the candidate would tend to avoid.


Warren, one of Bloomberg’s most vocal critics in the Democratic presidential primary field, fast on the target of your opponent took.

“I’m surprised that someone running for the democratic nomination, the economy would be better off if we just let the banks be thinking more racially. We must confront the shameful heritage of discrimination, will not lie, as Mike Bloomberg has done,” the progressive senator tweeted.

The Bloomberg campaign is a response to the burgeoning dispute, said that Bloomberg, as a mayor “was attacked by predatory lending.” She added that if he makes it to the White house, Bloomberg has a plan to “help a million more black families to buy a house, and against the effects of redlining and subprime-mortgage-crisis.”


Bloomberg went with a new TV Spot on Thursday emphasized how he helped black-owned businesses to thrive. And a day earlier, he landed the support of three members of the Congressional Black Caucus: Reps. Gregory Meeks of New York, and Lucy McBath of Georgia, as well as Del. Stacey Plaskett of the Virgin Islands.

The whole time, Bloomberg continues to the ceiling of the Super Tuesday, the state’s airwaves with ads and beef up his campaign organization in the States. The spells Biden effort for other moderates in the race:, the former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg and Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota.

“As the field continues to shake-we have a long way to go — Bloomberg has the possibility of the case, largely on the voters in the States that 60 percent of the delegates for Super Tuesday, that he is our best chance to beat Donald Trump,” said Tran, a veteran of the democratic National Committee and Obama’s group Organizing for America.

“Bottom line, I’m sure, that the candidate to describe himself as a relative moderate look over the shoulder at mayor Bloomberg’s values, growing business, and the rising poll with great interest,” Tran added.

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