President Donald Trump on Monday sounded off on the hundreds of countless dollars 2020 Democratic governmental prospect Michael Bloomberg is investing against him.
” Mini Mike Bloomberg is investing a great deal of money on False Advertising,” Trump tweeted, declaring due to Bloomberg’s healthcare advertisements that the president “saved” securities for those pre-existing conditions so they can not be denied insurance by companies.
” I will always safeguard your Pre-Existing Conditions, the Dems will not!” Trump wrote.
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While Trump for several years has claimed to safeguard those defenses, his administration is currently backing a federal lawsuit that would render all of the Affordable Care Act void, eliminating those protections if its backers are victorious. Republicans, with Trump’s assistance, also led an unsuccessful effort in 2017 to reverse former President Barack Obama’s signature health care law, though the GOP was later on successful in getting rid of the law’s specific required penalty through the celebration’s 2017 tax expense.
Bloomberg, the previous mayor of New York City, responded to Trump right after on Twitter, stating, “Glad to see you’re seeing our advertisements, @realDonaldTrump“
” I know management isn’t your strong suit, so maybe you do not know your Justice Department supports a fit that would undermine securities for pre-existing conditions,” Bloomberg tweeted “Now that you know, why not ask them to drop the fit?”
In Bloomberg’s health care ad, footage of Trump calling Obamacare a “total and overall disaster” and stating it needs to be allowed to “implode” is played. Bloomberg’s health care plan calls for a public option and a cap on healthcare costs.
Bloomberg, a billionaire entrepreneur ranked by Forbes as the 8th wealthiest American with a fortune in excess of $53 billion, has become the greatest anti-Trump spender in the Democratic primary, blanketing the airwaves with messaging striking the president. Recently, Bloomberg’s campaign passed the $200 million mark in total advertising spending as the Bloomberg and Trump projects revealed dueling Super Bowl advertisements worth about $10 million apiece to air during next month’s national championship
This weekend, Bloomberg did not eliminate investing $1 billion of his fortune on the 2020 governmental race even if he is not the candidate.
” Number one top priority is to get rid of Donald Trump,” Bloomberg informed Reuters on Saturday. “I’m spending all my cash to eliminate Trump.”
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A late entrant to the Democratic presidential primary, he is bypassing early voting states and instead focusing his project on Super Tuesday on March 3 and specifies that vote later in the primary calendar.
Allan Smith is a political reporter for NBC News.
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