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Former New York City mayor issues a “serious warning” to the graduates. Panel debates at the beginning of the speech.
Michael Bloomberg, billionaire former mayor of New York City, which reportedly plans to spend at least $80 million to help the democratic party regain control of the U.S. house in November.
Bloomberg’s hefty contribution confirmed to the Washington Post, Howard Wolfson, a democratic political strategist, and Bloomberg’s close aides, the supervision of the Fund. The New York Times first reported Bloomberg, the planned political expenditure.
It is not clear, to focus on what races Bloomberg’s plans.
Bloomberg said in a statement to the Post that the Republicans have not delivered the results during their term in office, control both the house and Senate, and argues that a change in power is necessary for the members of Congress to reach across the aisle to the problems plaguing the Land.
“I never thought that the public is well-served if a party is completely out of power, and I think the past year-and-a-half of evidence,” the statement read.
“I never thought that the public is well-served if a party is completely out of power, and I think the past year-and-a-half was proof of that.”
– Michael Bloomberg Statement
Bloomberg’s donation, the him the democratic party’s largest financial supporters, underlines his feelings towards the GOP with “not passed” to “rules.”
“The Republicans in Congress have almost had to prove two years time, you could regulate responsible. You have failed,” Bloomberg said in a statement, according to the Post.
The registered independent who ran for office as a Republican in the past, spent more than $20 million in the 2016 elections, the support of Democratic and Republican candidates, the Post reported.
At the same time makes it clear that the Democrats have his full financial support in the coming midterm elections, Bloomberg said he will continue to work for candidates in parts of its values, regardless of the party
Bloomberg noted that he called the “many inconsistencies” with the Democrats, in particular, with their efforts, accuse the President of Donald Trump, it is “irresponsible,” the paper reported.
Tom Steyer, who is funding donated to an initiative to accuse the President of Donald Trump, at least $press 29 million to the democratic mid-term election.
Benjamin Brown is a reporter for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @bdbrown473.