Moments ago, President Trump blasted 2020 candidate Mike Bloomberg on Twitter, using the nickname “Mini Mike” and caling him of being “the biggest clown of them all.”
Trump also accused Bloomberg of essentially scamming his Democrat rivals into not attacking him by claiming that he will spend money on helping whoever he wins after he loses.
Mini Mike Bloomberg is playing poker with his foolhardy and unsuspecting Democrat rivals. He says that if he loses (he really means when!) in the primaries, he will spend money helping whoever the Democrat nominee is. By doing this, he figures, they won’t hit him as hard….
….during his hopeless “presidential” campaign. They will remain silent! The fact is, when Mini losses, he will be spending very little of his money on these “clowns” because he will consider himself to be the biggest clown of them all – and he will be right!
According to a recent report from DailyMail, Wall street sources claim 2020 candidate Michael Bloomberg is now willing to spend up to $2 billion dollars to defeat President Trump.
The NY Times had previously reported that Bloomberg was willing to spend $1 billion to defeat Trump.
To put this staggering amount in perspective, per the NY Post, Hillary Clinton and her supporters spent a record $1.2 billion for her losing presidential campaign — twice as much as the winner, Donald Trump, according to the latest records.
DailyMail reports Michael Bloomberg is willing to spend up to $2 billion to defeat President Trump, Wall Street sources have claimed.
The eighth richest man in America has long resented Trump and Bloomberg’s contempt only grew after 2016 when he backed Hillary Clinton’s failed campaign.
Bloomberg, according to the Fox News report, will also throw the two billion behind whichever Democrat faces Trump in November should he fail to win the nomination.
The former New York mayor – worth an estimated $53 billion versus Trump’s $10 billion – has recently bought a Super Bowl commercial slot for $10 million.
In a sign that he will do anything in his power to stop Trump, Bloomberg’s 60 second slot will deliberately target the President, rather than promote Bloomberg’s credentials, during the big game.
‘The biggest point is getting under Trump’s skin,’ Bloomberg campaign spokesman Michael Frazier told The New York Times. ‘We have the means to raise a national campaign unlike any other candidate.’