President Trump went on the Twitter warpath for another round against Democrat primary candidate Michael Bloomberg again. Trump pinpointed Bloomberg and his advisers throughout the weekend. Trump also mentioned how another candidate dropped out of the presidential race for the Democratic seat, Tom Steyer.
The President’s first two tweets fired off, “Mini Mike Bloomberg’s consultants and so-called ‘advisors'(how did that advice work out? Don’t ask!), are on the ‘gravy train’ and all making a fortune for themselves pushing Mini hard when they knew he never had what it takes.”
The second tweet read, “Don’t pay them anymore, Mike, they led you down a very dark and lonely path! Your reputation will never be the same!”
Many of the President’s tweets come off as sarcastic and joking. Still, he is very serious as he is sending out the warnings to Bloomberg. At the rate Bloomberg’s candidacy is going, he will be broke for nothing. All the millions of dollars Bloomberg is forking out will not win him the election.
Trump warned Bloomberg his “reputation will never be the same” because everyone already sees the former mayor of New York City throwing his money away and buying his way into the race. As bad off as Biden, Sanders, and Warren are as human beings, also crooks, at least they worked their way from the beginning.
In the early morning hours of Sunday morning, Trump hit Tom Steyer, and Bloomberg again by posting, “I would find it hard to believe that failed presidential candidates Tom Steyer, or Mini Mike Bloomberg, would contribute to the Democrat Party, even against me, after the way they have been treated, laughed at & mocked. The real politicians ate them up and spit them out!”
Steyer spent almost $160 million before dropping out of the race. Buttigieg and Klobuchar also dropped out of the primaries just recently. Steyer, like Bloomberg, is a billionaire from California.
The California billionaire told the crowd after only coming up with 11.5 percent of the votes, “There’s no question today that this campaign, we were disappointed with where we came out. But I said if I didn’t see a path to winning that I’d suspend my campaign, and honestly, I can’t see a path where I can win the presidency.”
So Steyer is not as careless with his money because he was smart enough to drop out. It’s like the song says, “Ya gotta know when to hold them and know when to fold them.” Bloomberg is one who doesn’t know when to quit.
There was no immediate response from Bloomberg, but Steyer tweeted in a backlash, “Donald, I’m prepared to do whatever it takes to beat you and save our democracy.”
Bloomberg has been a favorite target on Twitter as the President continues to crack jokes about his height. Ever since Bloomberg requested a box to stand on, Trump has had a field day clowning the short Democrat. Bloomberg is currently ranked third in the Democratic primaries. Still, many are angry at the fact he missed out on the first four races and bought his way into place.
According to RealClearPolitics’ numbers, Bloomberg may take the delegates after Super Tuesday. This will be the first time the former New York Mayor will come face to face with the voters, and many were allegedly paid off.
President Trump has the upper hand when it comes to Twitter, but Bloomberg is attacking with so many adds all across television, social media, and the internet, the people may get sick, before they decide to vote for Bloomberg.
There was a three-minute commercial that Bloomberg used as a rebuttal to the tweets. The ad stated, “The Coronavirus is spreading, and the economy is taking a hit.”
Bloomberg is telling the people in the ad, “Markets have fallen because of uncertainty. At times like this, it is the job of the president to reassure the public that he or she is taking all the necessary steps to protect the health and well-being of every citizen. The public wants to know their leader is trained, informed, and respected. When a problem arises, they want someone in charge who can marshal facts and expertise to confront the problem.”
Trump’s campaign communications director Tim Murtaugh called the ad, “shamelessly politicizing the issue.” Murtaugh added his thoughts on Bloomberg by saying, “He is a joke.” The whole coronavirus is political in America, and all of the Democrats are using it as an attack on the president.