Bloomberg Humiliates Trump With Wednesday NY Times Op-Ed

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Donald Trump stands in the White House’s private quarters holding a cell phone in one hand and junk food in the other. He may wish that he never went after former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg. This is why.

The president’s multi-billion-dollar opponent has been standing just visible to people as he called out Trump. The “world’s biggest schoolyard bully:”

‘Donald Trump is the world’s biggest schoolyard bully – with no respect for civility or decency, or facts or honesty. Our party needs a candidate who can go toe-to-toe with him and take the fight to him.’

The president has started ordering the military to take action against Lt. Col Alexander Vindman and his twin brother who did nothing.  He may have to go through Bloomberg’s media campaign to get there:

‘On Wednesday, Bloomberg won the endorsements of three Congressional Black Caucus members. One of the endorsements was from Democratic U.S. Representative Gregory Meeks of New York City, where Bloomberg was mayor for 12 years.’

Then on Wednesday, three black Democrats endorsed Bloomberg, according to Reuters:

‘The three included Democratic U.S. Representative Gregory Meeks of New York City, where Bloomberg was mayor for 12 years. As a senior caucus member and chair of a caucus fundraising arm, his is one of the highest-profile endorsements yet for Bloomberg, who is seeking his party’s nomination to challenge Republican President Donald Trump in November’s election.’

Twitter world went crazy. Americans love a well-deserved kick in the president’s pants. See what they had to say below:

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