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Michael Bloomberg presidential campaign has spent more than $400 million, and one of their latest editions is aimed directly at President Trump, it’s the placement of the anti-Trump-billboards along the potential motorcade routes, the the President to take, while on his journey, the campaign in the West.

The posters poke fun at Trump for its steak-settings, golf habits, past activities, and more. You go around Phoenix and Las Vegas, including one in the vicinity of a Trump hotel and several around McCarran International Airport in Nevada, in the hope that Trump is, at least you can see how he arrives or leaves for a rally.

The messages on the posters are:

A Billboard that is purchased, in the vicinity of Trump’s campaign stops in Arizona and Nevada, made available by Fox News, the Bloomberg campaign.

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“Donald Trump the popular vote lost.”

“Donald Trump went bankrupt running a casino.”

“Donald Trump cheats to golf.”

“Donald Trump, the wall fell.”

“Donald Trump eating burnt steak. Mike Bloomberg likes his medium rare.”

A Billboard that is purchased, in the vicinity of Trump’s campaign stops in Arizona and Nevada, made available by Fox News, the Bloomberg campaign.

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The Bloomberg campaign says the ads are supposed to know to make sure Americans, important things about the President.

To know “the Americans deserve that Donald Trump cheats is gone to golf and broke, running a casino,” Bloomberg spokeswoman Galia Slayen said.

Bloomberg, which was attacked from all sides on Wednesday night the Democratic presidential debate, especially for its wealth and the various non-disclosure agreements he signed with women, he said, to be sexually harassed, had to rise up to this point quickly in the polls thanks to the almost unlimited campaign war chest, of his personal wealth.

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He is accustomed to that money in a number of unconventional ways. The former New York City mayor paid its employees handsome salaries, are guaranteed until November-not standard practice in political campaigns. In another example, Bloomberg’s Deputy digital organizers pay a $2,500 per month stipend to post it to social media and text your friends about the campaign, news, first reported by the Wall Street Journal.

The cheeky posters seems to be just one more way in which the New York billionaire is to take the fight directly to the President, something he argues that, among Democrats, only he can do.

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