Billionaire presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg’s flurry of ads in the Super Tuesday states is paying off as he was sitting on top of two news polls out Tuesday. Bloomberg is now tied with Sen. Bernie Sanders in the commonwealth of Virginia, with both candidates earning 22 per cent, according to a new survey from Monmouth University. The former New York City mayor has the top spot to himself in Oklahoma, another state where voters head to the polls on March 3. A poll from CHS & Associates shows Bloomberg with 18 per cent support, compared to Sanders’ 17 per cent. The state polls were released on the same day that a national poll propelled Bloomberg onto the Democratic debate stage for the first time since he announced his bid for president in late November 2019. No sooner had the new polling results been released than President Trump tweeted: ‘What Mini Mike is doing is nothing less than a large scale illegal campaign contribution. ‘…Mini is illegality buying the Democratic Nomination,’ the president continued, to which Bloomberg responded ‘Why do you want to run against Bernie so badly?’ The 78-year-old hopeful, who has splurged $300 million of his fortune into television… Read full this story
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