Bloomberg Trying To Buy The Presidency, Sanders Says

Bernie Sanders Wins New Hampshire Primary

According to the 2015 audio, Bloomberg told an audience at an Aspen Institute event that "the way you get the guns out of the kids" hands is to throw "em against the wall and frisk 'em".

He is choosing instead to focus on states that vote starting on March 3's "Super Tuesday", including Virginia, where he campaigned on Saturday.

He continued, "If Bloomberg beats Sanders ... particularly if Sanders wins on delegates and Bloomberg uses super delegates to win, the Democratic Party will be split as it has never been since 1968".

In a speech in Carson City, Nevada, Sanders spent most of his time lacerating billionaire and former New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg, who is spending hundreds of millions of his own money on ads.

The Nevada caucuses are the next stop in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination. Early voting will be held in the state through Tuesday.

"I think he can not hide behind the airwaves and the money", she said. He'll probably have more ads during your show in certain states than I'm on answering your questions. "I'm on this stage tonight because I am a fighter".

"There has been a clear movement to the right and the Democratic primary electorate, which is totally new", Morris stated."It's always been a truism that the left-wing candidate always wins the Democratic primary".

Biden, speaking on NBC's "Meet the Press," suggested that Bloomberg will face increased scrutiny as the race continues, pointing to his record on issues relating to race.

Mr Biden assailed that approach on Sunday, saying of Bloomberg and his fortune, "Sixty billion can buy you a lot of advertising, but it can't erase your record". That's second only to former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., Pete Buttigieg and Sen.

"It is not just Donald Trump".

"By the time I left office, I cut it back by 95 per cent, but I should've done it faster and sooner", Bloomberg said in the statement.

SC congressman James Clyburn, who is African American, said that while former vice president Joe Biden had been leading strongly in the state, with its large black population, both Mr Buttigieg and billionaire businessman Tom Steyer were drawing ever-larger crowds, adding to the uncertainty. And they're ranked - so the No. 1 story is the most important of the coming week.



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