Bernie Sanders slams Bloomberg, says Trump would ‘bite him up and spit him out’

By | February 21, 2020

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Bernie Sanders predicted this week, after Michael Bloomberg’s first debate performance Wednesday night, that President Trump would “bite him up and spit him out” ought to he capture the Democratic nomination.

In a clip of his interview on CBS News’ “60 Minutes” region to air on Sunday, Sen. Sanders, I-Vt., became requested whether or no longer he became “severely surprised how unprepared” Bloomberg appeared for “some very frequent evident questions” at some point of Wednesday’s debate.

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“Certain, I became,” Sanders acknowledged. “And if that’s what came about in a Democratic debate, you recognize, I reflect it’s slightly seemingly that Trump will bite him up and spit him out.”

Sanders went on to claim that he’s “timid about an unparalleled quantity of cash being spent” on Bloomberg’s marketing campaign.

“We’ve never considered the rest delight in this in American historic past,” Sanders acknowledged. “And I factual reflect that the American of us will insurrection in opposition to this plot of oligarchic motion.”

He added: “We’re a democracy. One person, one vote. No longer a man charge $60 billion attempting to search out an election.”

The Bloomberg marketing campaign’s most up to the moment Federal Election Price chronicle finds that the former Fresh York Metropolis mayor has spent better than $460 million since launching his marketing campaign behind final yr. The FEC chronicle showed that the selling campaign has $55.1 million cash-on-hand, when put next with Sanders’ $16.8 million.

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Bloomberg entered the skedaddle in November, and skipped the Iowa caucuses, Fresh Hampshire predominant, the Nevada caucuses and the South Carolina predominant—the four early balloting states that kick off the nominating calendar. As a substitute, Bloomberg is concentrating on the delegate-nicely off Orderly Tuesday states that vote on March 3, and beyond.

Fox News’ Kelly Phares contributed to this chronicle.