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Sanders: "I am prepared to put a hold on this bill until stronger conditions are imposed on the $500 billion corporate welfare fund.."- BLOOMBERG

Our delegate guesstimates (based on results as reported as of this morning): Biden 1237 Sanders 937 Warren 63 Bloomberg 49 Buttigieg 18 Klobuchar 5 Gabbard 2 58% of delegates (2311 of 3979) have been awarded based on contests so far.

NEW w/ @rachel_shorey : Just how badly was Joe Biden outspent before seizing control of Dem nomination? Mike Bloomberg spent more than double Tom Steyer who spent more than double Bernie Sanders who spent more than double Joe Biden

Bernie Sanders has NOT suspended his campaign. He’s suspending some of his campaign ADS. Bloomberg’s Laura Litvan said Axios was reporting he was suspending his campaign. Sanders’ spox says it was false. Axios says he’s suspending campaign Facebook ads. Big difference.

The early results in Florida: Biden 60.2% Sanders 22.4% Bloomberg (!) 9.9% (Bloomberg is because of early votes) SO far 1.4 million votes counted Results and NYT analysis here:

The Bloomberg effect in Miami-Dade: Turnout for just early voting and partial VBM shows Biden at 56%, Sanders at 20% and BLoombert at 17%. In Broward, where Biden did better with early voters, Sanders is at 18%

Biden: 61% Sanders: 32% Gabbard: 4% In February's NBC/WSJ poll, the Dem horserace was: Sanders: 27% Biden: 15% Bloomberg 14% Warren: 14% Buttigieg: 13% Klobuchar: 7%

Here's a semi-educated guess of what the *remaining* Washington returns will look like, based on evaluating late vs. early returns in California and comparing them to the exit poll: Biden 42.6 (+10.1) Sanders 33.0 (+0.3) Warren 10.6 (-1.7) Bloomberg 4.6 (-6.5) Others 8.2 (-2.2)

Here is the current total CNN national Democratic delegate estimate: Biden 800 Sanders 660 Warren 44 Buttigieg 26 Bloomberg 24 Klobuchar 7 Gabbard 2

I’m old enough to remember three weeks ago when Michael Bloomberg’s campaign wrote a memo calling on every other moderate candidate to drop out and endorse him or else Bernie Sanders would win.


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“I don’t think there’s any chance whatsoever of Senator Sanders defeating President Trump.” Mini Mike Bloomberg. Mini, there’s even less chance, especially after watching your debate performance last night, of you winning the Democrat nomination...But I hope you do!

??? NEW #IOWAPOLL  ??? Sanders: 20% (+5) Warren: 17% (+1) Buttigieg: 16% (-9) Biden: 15% (-) Klobuchar: 6% (-) Yang: 5% (+2) Booker: 3% (-) Steyer: 2% (-1) Gabbard: 2% (-1) Bloomberg: 1% (-1) Not sure: 11% (+6) No other candidate polled above 0%.

Mike Bloomberg can stop Bernie Sanders by dropping out of the race and running ads for Joe Biden on Super Tuesday. If he does not, Michael Bloomberg will be responsible for Bernie’s victory. That will be his legacy.

Every single Dem candidate from Sanders to Bloomberg has pledged to lift the Muslim Ban. Trump has pledged to expand it. So, yes, do please tell me, a Muslim, with all your non-Muslim privilege, that there's no difference between the Dems & Trump & a 2nd Trump term ain't so bad.

All the anti-Sanders op-eds, the endorsements against him, the warnings from party leaders, the dirty ads from DC groups, the CIA leaks. None of it matters. They no longer have power. And they know it. That's why they're freaking out. Their last hope: beg Bloomberg to stop this

Amusing: First Bloomberg called for Biden, Buttigieg, Klobuchar to quit race. Hey, all you losers, leave it to Mike! Now, Team Buttigieg calls for Bloomberg to quit. If he doesn't, will mean Sanders builds 'seemingly insurmountable delegate lead.'

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WISCONSIN WH'2020 poll (Quinnipiac): Trump 50 Klobuchar 39 Trump 51 Warren 41 Trump 49 Buttigieg 41 Trump 50 Sanders 43 Trump 49 Biden 42 Trump 49 Bloomberg 41 Trump job 51 approve, 46 dis. 50 fav, 47 unfav

Difference between Mike Bloomberg and Elizabeth Warren/Bernie Sanders is that Bloomberg is trying to buy the election with his money and Warren/Sanders are trying to buy it with yours.

Sen. Bernie Sanders tops the Democratic primary race, a new Quinnipiac national poll finds. -Bernie Sanders: 25% -Joe Biden: 17% -Michael Bloomberg: 15% -Elizabeth Warren: 14% -Pete Buttigieg: 10% -Amy Klobuchar: 4% No others in the poll were above 2%.

new Quinnipiac national poll on 2020 general election shows every prospective Democratic nominee beating Trump : Biden 51%, Trump 42% Sanders 51%, Trump 43% Warren 50%, Trump 43% Bloomberg 48%, Trump 42% Buttigieg 48%, Trump 43% Klobuchar 47%, Trump 43%