Bloomberg Ad Bashes Trump: 'Lies, Chaos, and Corruption'

  • Bloomberg Ad Bashes Trump: 'Lies, Chaos, and Corruption'

Bloomberg Ad Bashes Trump: 'Lies, Chaos, and Corruption'

The increase represents a massive escalation of what is already the most costly campaign for the Democratic nomination in USA history. He has also provided them the ability expand his campaign's field staff to more than 2,000 people.

Instead, caucus day ended with no victor, no official results and many fresh questions about whether Iowa can retain its coveted "first" status. He said the aide answered, "Nothing".

Even civil rights activist the Rev. Al Sharpton who often butted heads with Bloomberg when he was mayor, said the billionaire was "inadvertently" a victor.

Across the nation, however, Biden is lagging behind other leading Democratic candidates seeking to replace President Donald Trump. "Mike Bloomberg will get it done".

"California, as you know, has the most delegates, and we're going to do everything that we can to win them", Bloomberg said. "No one has made the sale or even come close to it", Bloomberg spokeswoman Sabrina Singh said Tuesday. "Meanwhile, we are taking the fight to Trump every day".

For the first time, the Iowa Democratic Party reported three sets of results: a tally of caucusgoers' initial candidate preference; vote totals from the "final alignment" after supporters of lower-ranking candidates were able to make a second choice, and the total number of State Delegate Equivalents each candidate received.

If three or more candidates pull a significant share of voters in the primary process, the odds of no candidate directly winning a majority of delegates will increase sharply, forcing either a contested convention or delegate dealing before the convention.

Bellone also said the Iowa mess plays into Bloomberg's brand and reputation as a competent manager, noting that the company the billionaire mogul founded, Bloomberg LP, transits information through its data terminals.

The Bloomberg campaign announced Tuesday it had garnered endorsements from almost thirty mayors nationwide. Elizabeth Warren told a capacity crowd at theater in Keene, New Hampshire Tuesday morning.

An exact dollar figure was not provided, but Bloomberg, the former mayor of New York City, has already spent over $300 million on TV, radio and digital advertising, according to the ad tracking firm Advertising Analytics. Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders held a slight edge in polls before the caucuses, though Massachusetts Sen.

Bloomberg's advisers also have been cheered in recent days by Trump's continued desire to engage directly with Bloomberg, a businessman worth more than $50 billion. In fact, he targeted Trump during the Super Bowl with an $11 million anti-gun ad that some critics said was not effective.