Bloomberg doubles ad spending after chaos of Iowa caucuses

Bloomberg doubles ad spending after chaos of Iowa caucuses

Bloomberg doubles ad spending after chaos of Iowa caucuses

"I think where there is no one clear victor it gives us the opportunity to get the message out, and we're going to take the opportunity", Bloomberg told Reuters on Tuesday.

With 75 percent of precincts in Iowa reporting as of Wednesday at 2 p.m. former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg held a slight lead over Sanders in that state.

"Don't know, don't care", Bloomberg replied when asked in an interview Monday after a campaign event in Compton, California.

In September of 2010, GoLocal reported Bloomberg's endorsement of then-independent candidate for Governor Lincoln Chafee. Bloomberg elaborated, saying he got into the presidential race late because he thought Trump was on track to win re-election against the other Democratic candidates in the field.

Governor Raimondo will officially endorse Mike this morning at an event in Providence, where Mike will also deliver remarks and share why he is the best candidate to defeat Donald Trump in November and unite the country.

Charlotte Clymer, a spokeswoman for the Human Rights Campaign, a LGBTQ advocacy group, called Bloomberg's comments "deeply disgusting and disqualifying" and demanded an apology.

Raimondo said Bloomberg "takes on the toughest fights", including challenges to the NRA and fossil fuel interests.

Bloomberg, who is skipping the early states' primaries and caucuses in favor of waiting to compete until Super Tuesday, has visited the Texas four times since launching his presidential campaign 10 weeks ago.

"I stand twice as tall as he does on the stage, the stage that matters", Bloomberg responded to Trump.

"I've always been a fan of hers since back when she was Treasurer Raimondo ..."

With campaign stops across California on Monday, Bloomberg displayed his extremely well-funded campaign.

Bloomberg, who founded the eponymous financial news and data company, has said he is skipping the first four Democratic contests in February - those in Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and SC - to focus on the so-called Super Tuesday states and beyond. Among them will be California, which sends 495 Democratic delegates to the Democratic National Convention in July.

In an attempt to cast himself as a moderate alternative to more progressive Democratic presidential candidates, Bloomberg said his campaign is built around "common-sense plans that are workable".

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