VIDEO: Bloomberg hits Sanders supporters in new ad
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Democratic presidential contender Michael Bloomberg on Monday hit Sen. Bernie Sanders’s supporters in a new digital ad as the progressive senator faces backlash for the rhetoric and behavior of some of his supporters.
The spot, which was tweeted out by Bloomberg, features texts, tweets, and memes attacking other 2020 Democratic contenders from individuals claiming to be Sanders supporters.
The article goes on to state the following:
The piece ends with a video of Sanders in which he says “It is vitally important for those of us who hold different views to be able to engage in a civil discourse.” The video then ends with the text “Really? Really.”
— Mike Bloomberg (@MikeBloomberg) February 17, 2020
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