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Trump wars with Bloomberg: rivals full New York with an epic battle of insults

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The war of words between President Trump and colleagues in New York, the billionaire Michael Bloomberg has reached a new level of viciousness on Thursday, as the two traded deeply personal insults on Twitter.

“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,” Trump tweeted on Thursday morning. “No more boxes please. He hates Crazy Bernie, and stop, with enough money, you might be him. Bernie ‘ s people go nuts!”

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Trump’s much-vaunted presidential campaign: “Mini-Mike Bloomberg is also against Bloomberg’s 2020 bid for former GOP rival Jeb Bush was once 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!”

The post included a fake photo of Bloomberg are looking for a short. The President’s claim that Bloomberg is five feet and four inches is an exaggeration. According to reports from Bloomberg, eight inches is about five feet. Trump is six feet, three inches.

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The former New York City mayor spoke a few minutes earlier at an event in Winston-Salem, N. C., assured the audience that he “knows how to bullies with New York.”

“So I’m not afraid of Donald Trump and the is said, why he keeps tweeting about me,” Bloomberg. “The opportunities that say you can, that he is concerned when he mentioned you. He is a narcissist and he understands that a name is everything, and annoy if you really want him to say, ‘this person’ is not to say that Donald Trump.”

Bloomberg, who, soon after, returned fire on Twitter, in Trumpian conditions.

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“We know that many of the same people in New York. Behind your back they laugh at you & call you a carnival barking clown,” Bloomberg tweeted. “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.”

The social media melee offered a preview of sorts of what a battle might look like, it should use Bloomberg to be able to pull his enormous wealth and political profile to win a democratic nomination in the crowded presidential field.

The President has made fun of former New York City mayor is the height, the have been trying for weeks to the “Mini-Mike” nickname stick.

While Trump ‘pre Super Bowl interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity earlier this month, he made the assertion that Bloomberg wanted a “framework for the debate.”

“There is nothing wrong. They can be briefly said to be” Trump. “Why should he stand on a box to. He wants a box for the debates. Why should he be entitled to? This means that everyone else gets a box?

The Bloomberg campaign in a statement after the conversation, refuse to Trump a claim.

“The President is lying,” a Bloomberg spokesman told NBC News. “He is a pathological liar who lies about everything: his hair, his obesity, and his spray-on tan.”

Bloomberg entered the race extremely late – the announcement of his presidential candidacy in November, and is skipping the Iowa Caucasus, New Hampshire primary, Nevada Caucuses and South Carolina primary, the four early voting States that kick off the nominating calendar. Instead, Bloomberg, the concentration of the delegates-Super-Tuesday-States that vote on 3 rich. March and beyond.

Bloomberg is in a new Quinnipiac University poll released this week gives him his second of four national surveys are necessary in order for the democratic debate in Nevada on Feb. 19 before the Nevada Caucuses later this month. Bloomberg must be two further national surveys, with a ranking of over 10 percent prior to Feb. 18 in order to qualify for the debate.

Fox News’ Kelly Phares contributed to this report.

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