Democratic presidential candidates, Kellyanne Conway hone in on Michael Bloomberg

By | February 17, 2020

Democratic presidential candidates, Kellyanne Conway hone in on Michael Bloomberg
Democratic presidential candidates, Kellyanne Conway hone in on Michael Bloomberg
Are you concerned that three hundred million dollars has gotten Michael Bloomberg, half hear support 60 billion dollars can buy a lot of advertising, but it can’t erase your record is a lot to talk about Michael Bloomberg. This position on issues relating the Africa from stop and fish to the way he talked about Obama’s 12 million dollars in a week is impressive. 300 million dollars from Michael Bloomberg is what you’re facing. Can you show take tough questions and then, at the same time he is running more ads on whatever he wants between Michael Bloomberg in the African American community.

He was to castigate and denigrate growth on these challenges when he’s made sexist comments. 2. It’S far worse, oh my goodness, it’s far worse and by the way that was fully litigated, Michael Bloomberg has come under some criticism for his time as mayor stop-and-frisk past public comments he’s also made that are now viewed as insensitive and if you look at black and White prison rates in the county where you served there are disparities. So for you as a candidate, do you have regrets? What we know now is not the same as what we knew then, and I have always been an advocate Criminal Justice Reform, and where is he Bloomberg? His support among black voters has triple to 22 %.

You on the other hand, you’re at 4 %. Why aren’t those voters coming to you focus on poll numbers right now? This is the process of earning trust with voters who have every reason to be skeptical, who have often felt taken for granted by the Democratic Party Support him. I still do not think is the best candidate for our country.
On Feb. 16, Democratic president candidates Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar and Joe Biden criticized former New York mayor Mike Bloomberg over his stop-and-frisk record, sexual harassment allegations and money spent on campaign ads. Read more: https://wapo.st/2Sxv0tK. Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube: https://wapo.st/2QOdcqK

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