Former New York City mayor and presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg's $100 million cash infusion into the state of Florida on behalf of Joe Biden was all for naught, as President Donald Trump was able to win the Sunshine State again.
Mike Bloomberg continues to deploy parts of his staggering $100 million Florida investment, this time with a focus on the door-knocking the Biden campaign has thus far avoided, and aimed at Latino and Black voters, Newsweek has learned.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg recently raised more than $16 million to help restore voting rights for people convicted of felonies in Florida.
Florida Democrats familiar with the plans, which are still being finalized, say Latinos will be a "centerpiece" of the staggering late-stage investment.
The president criticized his Democratic rival for support in Florida from billionaire Michael Bloomberg.
Recent polls suggest that Joe Biden already has a narrow advantage over President Donald Trump in the key southern battleground state.
"Why the hell would we ever rehire Donald Trump for another four years?" Bloomberg asked viewers during his speech.
Without Bloomberg's contribution, the DNC raised just under $15 million from all other donors.
Former President Barack Obama cautioned that leaders spreading misinformation during the COVID-19 pandemic is especially dangerous since people were being required to "make sacrifices and take actions that might not be their natural inclination."
A class-action lawsuit was filed Monday against Mike Bloomberg 2020 Inc. by as many as 2,000 ex-employees who allege the since-abandoned campaign promised pay and health care benefits through the general election before he laid them all off.
New York staffers were informed of the possible coronavirus exposure the day before being laid off by the Bloomberg campaign.
A record 32 million Latinos will be eligible to vote in the 2020 general election.
The Everytown for Gun Safety group praised former VP's history of supporting measures to prevent gun violence as reason for endorsement.
The Massachusetts senator dropped out of the Democratic presidential race on Thursday.
During a Thursday broadcast of 'The 11th Hour,' Williams and guest Mara Gay cited a factually inaccurate tweet that criticized Bloomberg for not sharing his wealth with every living American.
The Vermont senator praised Sen. Elizabeth Warren who dropped out this week for trying to tackle a "corrupt political system in which billionaires are buying elections."
"He's surrounded by people that I know, in some cases I know pretty well," Trump told Fox News host Sean Hannity. "They're losers. He's really surrounded by losers."
"He's really putting his thumb on the scales for ad buying. It's incredible to have one campaign have that much impact," Sheila Krumholz of the Center for Responsive Politics said.
Former Vice President Joe Biden would likely get an increase in support due to former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg dropping out of the race.
The billionaire former mayor of New York City spent over $500 million dollars on his campaign before dropping out following Super Tuesday
The former mayor of New York City invested over half a billion dollars of his own fortune into his presidential campaign.
Former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg's campaign team had said it would be requesting a correction from RAICES Action.
The New York billionaire boasts huge personal wealth and extensive campaign infrastructure that could supercharge Biden's campaign following his Super Tuesday surge.
"Well, I don't think that I can win any other ways," Michael Bloomberg told reporters on Tuesday.
Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg has reportedly indicated he will reassess his campaign.
Despite Biden's much smaller ad spending figure, he is projected to be the winner of both states tonight.
Billionaire presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg said Tuesday he doesn't think he can win the Democratic Party's July nomination without a contested convention.