One of the biggest losers on Super Tuesday was former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
Despite spending hundreds of millions of dollars on his campaign and ads, Bloomberg only managed to squeak out a small win in American Samoa.
That is just pathetic.
Trump used the opportunity to knock Bloomberg.
FOX News reports:
Trump takes dig at Bloomberg following Super Tuesday results
Donald Trump called Mike Bloomberg the “biggest loser” as Super Tuesday results painted a grim picture for the former New York City mayor.
With Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders sharing trading victories through the night, Bloomberg was left in the delegate dust with his only victory the American Samoa caucuses, which awarded him five delegates.
“The biggest loser tonight, by far, is Mini Mike Bloomberg. His “political” consultants took him for a ride. $700 million washed down the drain, and he got nothing for it but the nickname Mini Mike, and the complete destruction of his reputation. Way to go Mike!,” Trump tweeted.
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Bloomberg — who is ranked by Forbes as the eighth richest person in the U.S. — has spent more than $500 million on ads since declaring his candidacy in late November.
See Trump’s tweet below:
The biggest loser tonight, by far, is Mini Mike Bloomberg. His “political” consultants took him for a ride. $700 million washed down the drain, and he got nothing for it but the nickname Mini Mike, and the complete destruction of his reputation. Way to go Mike!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 4, 2020
Bloomberg is apparently reassessing his campaign.
The New York Post reports:
Mike Bloomberg reassessing campaign after brutal Super Tuesday defeats, reports say
Mike Bloomberg’s White House bid may be on the brink.
The billionaire ex-Big Apple mayor will reassess his mega-bucks campaign after a brutal showing in Super Tuesday races, his first appearance on the ballot, according to multiple reports.
Despite dropping a staggering $500 million of his vast personal fortune on the race, Bloomberg, 78, barely rated at the polling booths in early Super Tuesday states — only clinching victory in the tiny US territory of American Samoa.
According to NBC News and The Associated Press, Bloomberg campaign officials will deliberate over whether he should stay in the race after the disappointing results in multiple states before deciding whether to continue on Wednesday.
Democrat voters have sent Bloomberg a pretty clear mesaage.
They’re not interested.
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