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Watch: President Trump Holds KAG Rally in Colorado Thursday 2/20/20

President Donald Trump holds a Keep America Great rally in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Thursday evening. The president is scheduled to speak at 5:00 p.m. MST. Live Streams of President Trump’s Rally in Colorado Springs, CO – 02-20-20 Fox News Golden State Times RSBN Donald J Trump Channel GOP Content created by Conservative Daily News and some content syndicated through CDN is ...

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Bloomberg Wants Biden, Buttigieg And Others To Bail, So He Can Take On Sanders — One On One

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s campaign team wants the rest of his Democratic opponents to drop out of the presidential race so he can take on Sen. Bernie Sanders, man to man. Sanders will become unstoppable if former Vice President Joe Biden doesn’t bow out, Kevin Sheekey, Bloomberg’s top strategist, told Axios Wednesday. The self-avowed Democratic socialist will ...

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Watch: President Trump Holds KAG Rally in Phoenix Wednesday – 2/19/20

President Donald Trump holds a Keep America Great rally in Phoenix, Arizona, Wednesday evening. The president is scheduled to speak at 7:00 p.m. MST. Live Streams of President Trump’s Rally in Phoenix, AZ – 02-19-2020 RSBN Golden State Times Fox News <updating> Donald J Trump Channel <updating> Content created by Conservative Daily News and some content syndicated through CDN is available ...

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‘Not A Winning Formula’: Bloomberg Blasts Democrats’ Fixation On Transgender Issues

Newly unearthed footage from March 2019 shows Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg referring to transgender people as “some guy wearing a dress” during a panel discussion in which the billionaire derided the Democratic Party’s fixation on transgender issues. “If your conversation during a presidential election is about some guy wearing a dress and whether he, she or it can go ...

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Bloomberg In 2011: ‘Black And Latino Males … Don’t Know How To Behave In The Workplace’

Bloomberg: “There’s this enormous cohort of black and Latino males aged, let’s say, 16 to 25 that don’t have jobs, don’t have any prospects, don’t know how to find jobs, don’t know that the — what their skill sets are, don’t know how to behave in the workplace, where they have to work collaboratively and collectively.”

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Bloomberg: This Red Flag Should Be a Campaign Coffin Nail

Bloomberg, Clinton & the DNC

There are a plethora of reasons why Michael Bloomberg shouldn’t be considered for the Democrat nomination to be president, but two stick out with significance: His wealth and the hint that he would restore the Clinton influence in American politics. The comedy show that is the field of candidates for the Democrat presidential nomination is Emmy worthy. They exist as ...

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Facebook Will Now Allow Campaigns To Use Sponsored Content After Bloomberg’s Meme Posting Spree

Facebook is now allowing presidential campaigns to use sponsored content after former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s team paid several social media influencers to hype the candidate. Facebook will allow so-called branded content from political candidates. The company and subsidiary Instagram previously banned such content from politicians, according to a Facebook representative, Politico reported. “After hearing from multiple campaigns, ...

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Bloomberg Rises To Top, Biden Plummets In Florida Poll

Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg has risen to the top of a new Florida poll, the latest sign that his Super Tuesday strategy and extravagant campaign spending is proving effective. Bloomberg is polling at 27.3% in Florida, according to a St. Pete Polls survey released Thursday, putting him above all other Democratic contenders for the party’s presidential nomination. Former Vice President ...

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Nevada’s Democratic Party Is Recruiting Google To Help The State Avoid Another Iowa Caucus Debacle

Nevada’s Democratic Party is soliciting help from one of the largest tech companies in Silicon Valley to help party officials steer clear of repeating the drama that tossed the Iowa caucus into disarray. Officials are relying on a so-called caucus calculator accessed through a Google portal to crunch numbers to help them determine which Democratic presidential candidate will win the ...

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Chairman Of Iowa Democrats Resigns Over Caucus Fracas

Troy Price, the chairman of the Iowa Democratic Party, announced his resignation Wednesday, more than a week after a series of technical glitches delayed results of the party’s caucuses. “The fact is that Democrats deserved better than what happened on caucus night,” Price said in a letter to party members on Wednesday. “As chair of this party, I am deeply ...

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Foreign Volunteers For Bernie Sanders Have Contacted Thousands Of American Voters

Foreign nationals volunteering for Sen. Bernie Sanders have sent thousands of texts and phone calls to American voters urging them to support his presidential bid. A Facebook group called Australians Supporting Bernie Sanders recently published a guide in January instructing prospective foreign volunteers on how to phone bank for Sanders. “Ready to do foreign campaign interference from Austria,” a user ...

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New Map Shows How Green New Deal Could Impact Swing States

A Virginia-based GOP group launched a website Wednesday that provides voters information about how their respective states will fare if Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders’s climate policies are put into action. One of the resources featured on the Green New Deal Stats website is an interactive map highlighting what industry leaders believe the so-called Green New Deal (GND) will do to ...

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Despite ‘Stop And Frisk,’ Michael Bloomberg Gains Serious Traction With Black Voters

A national political poll of Democratic voters released on Monday shows that Michael Bloomberg has gained serious traction with black voters, despite his support for the controversial practice of “stop and frisk” when he was mayor of New York City. The Quinnipiac poll, which surveyed 665 Democratic voters between Feb. 5-9, found that 22 percent of black voters support Bloomberg. ...

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2020 Democrats’ Safety Net Plans Would Lower Wages For US Workers: Study

The plans introduced by most 2020 Democratic presidential candidates to maintain solvency for government entitlement programs would ultimately lower wages for American workers, a study found. The Tax Foundation, a right-leaning think tank based in Washington, D.C., released a study Tuesday finding that most of the plans pushed by the current crop of Democratic presidential candidates would stifle economic growth ...

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