Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg mentioned Times Square performer The Naked Cowboy during Tuesday's Democratic debate, causing #NakedCowboy to become a trending topic.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said he was "wrong" to make comments that offended his employees that signed nondisclosure agreements. "I don't remember what they were," Bloomberg said, "but if it bothered them I was wrong and I apologize. I'm sorry for that."
As former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg takes the stage on Tuesday for the Democratic Presidential debate, Newsweek has detailed some facts about his girlfriend, Diana Taylor.
"Sanders and his socialist ideas will have a negative impact on the Democratic incumbents running in these competitive districts," pollsters Jeff Pollak and Julie Hootkin said.
A senior Bloomberg adviser shocked CNN host Alisyn Camerota Tuesday after inaccurately accusing Bernie Sanders of contemplating "women's rape fantasies" and tying orgasms to cervical cancer risk.
The former mayor of New York had taken aim at the Vermont senator for his comments that praised the literacy program set up by Fidel Castro after the Cuban revolution.
Tens of thousands of people express socialist views on Twitter after billionaire's offices attacked again.
"I wrote a great backhanded endorsement of Obama," Democratic presidential nominee Michael Bloomberg said in a leaked recording of one of his 2016 speeches at a private event. Bloomberg also declared he would "defend the banks" if he were president.
Former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg tore into Senator Bernie Sanders on Twitter Monday, criticizing comments the senator had made in support of literacy education in Cuba that was introduced by communist leader Fidel Castro.
"It pulled the rug out from under Obama and Holder's conviction that the 9/11 trials needed to be held… on federal soil," national security expert and academic Karen Greenberg told The Daily Beast.
"Bernie is trouncing with younger voters and Mike has a commanding lead with older voters," said Siena poll spokesman Steve Greenberg.
He also suggested that billionaire Michael Bloomberg "spend millions in South Carolina" to defeat the Vermont senator.
In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, the actor-director voiced support for the former New York City mayor, and criticized the president for tweeting and name-calling.
The billboard is the latest broadside in the vicious war of words between the two septuagenarian New York billionaires.
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg offered to release three women from nondisclosure agreements Friday, but Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren said Bloomberg should issue a blanket waiver "so anyone who wants to come forward can come forward."
Twitter suspended 70 accounts that sent out duplicate messages in support of Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg saying the accounts violated its platform manipulation and spam policy.
"We call on Bernie Sanders to immediately condemn these attacks," Mike Bloomberg's campaign manager said.
Sens. Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Amy Klobuchar and former Vice President Joe Biden were all represented, while Tom Steyer represented himself.
Coming after the absurdity of the Iowa caucus meltdown, the Nevada debate had the Democrats look incompetent and deeply divided. The big winner of the debate was Donald Trump.
The president's son took aim at the former mayor of New York City's performance during the Democratic debate in Las Vegas.
The billionaire former New York City mayor has pumped $463.8 million into his self-funded campaign so far.
Video giant YouTube, which is owned by Google, has more than two billion users and claims to reach more U.S. citizens in the 18-35 demographic than any TV network.
On live television, Senator Elizabeth Warren challenged Michael Bloomberg directly to release any number of women who might be restricted by an NDA.
The gun control record of Senator Bernie Sanders was heavily criticized by former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg in a series of tweets on Thursday night.
"I thought I would make this easy," said Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren at a CNN Town Hall Thursday before she read from a release form she wrote that would free people from nondisclosure agreements they signed with former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
During Wednesday's Democratic Debate both former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg and former Vice President Joe Biden took credit for ending stop-and-frisk, however retired Judge Shira Scheindlin said they had nothing to do with it.
President Donald Trump talked about Wednesday's Democratic debate during a campaign rally speech Thursday in Colorado where he said former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg "can't debate" and that Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar "choked."
Although Michael Bloomberg might be the most electable Democrat in the race, he is also the least likely to be nominated. Wednesday night showed us why.
"Warren was not mean, nor angry. She was effective," Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted.