Trump and Bloomberg Trade Barbs On Social Media

Headline Roundup February 13th, 2020

President Donald Trump and former New York mayor and Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg are trading insults on Twitter.

Trump is calling Bloomberg a "loser," while Bloomberg is describing Trump as a "barking clown."

Trump and Bloomberg Trade Barbs On Social Media

From the Left
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elections, Presidential elections, Michael Bloomberg

President Donald Trump insulted former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg over his height again on Thursday, prompting the billionaire Democratic presidential candidate to blast Trump as "a carnival barking clown."

Promoting a photoshopped image of Bloomberg posted by White House social media director Dan Scavino, Trump called Bloomberg "a LOSER who has money but can’t debate and has zero presence, you will see."

"He reminds me of a tiny version of Jeb 'Low Energy' Bush, but Jeb has more political skill and has treated the Black community much better...

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From the Right
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elections, Presidential elections, Twitter Feud

President Trump and Michael Bloomberg traded sharp jabs on Twitter Thursday, with the commander-in-chief ripping the Democratic presidential candidate as a “loser,” prompting the former Big Apple mayor to describe him as a “barking clown.”

“Mini Mike is a 5’4” mass of dead energy who does not want to be on the debate stage with these professional politicians. No boxes please,” Trump said in one of two tweets about Bloomberg, who is 5 feet 8. “He hates Crazy Bernie and will, with enough money, possibly stop him. Bernie’s people will...

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From the Center
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Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has been rising through the Democratic primary race, most likely because of the absolutely massive amount of money he's poured into it. And at a Chattanooga, Tennessee rally on Wednesday, the billionaire made it clear just what that money can do, Politico reports.

"In 2018, I helped flip the House" by bankrolling 21 Democratic challengers who eventually won Republican-held seats, Bloomberg said Wednesday. That led House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) to return to her role at the top of the legislative body, and...

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