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Bloomberg Faces Attacks from Democrats as He Rises in Polls

  • Sanders says Bloomberg doesn’t invoke excitement or turnout
  • Biden hits billionaire for failing to support Barack Obama
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Democratic presidential candidates were on the campaign trail in Nevada at the weekend with the state’s caucuses less than a week away.Source: Bloomberg)
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Rival Democrats battling for the Nevada caucuses later this week seized on Michael Bloomberg’s Republican past and comments about policing, women and race to argue he has no place in the crowded presidential primary field.

Bloomberg has seen his standing in the polls spike in recent weeks. His rise was aided by more than $400 million in self-funded advertising and millions more on staffing, putting him in the sights of the rest of the field.