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‘Obtuse complicit traitor’: Sarah Sanders gets crushed for her ‘painfully blind’ attack on Bloomberg

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Former White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders faced the wrath of the internet after appearing on Fox News on Tuesday night to criticize Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg.

“If he continues to rise, he is gonna have serious problems with women, with African-Americans. His record, his language is offensive and atrocious. Then again, maybe he can buy the DNC just like Hillary did and steal it from Bernie like they did in 2016,” she said.

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“Either way, I think this is a great night for President Trump,” Sanders added.

Bloomberg has recently faced criticism after audio recordings re-emerged in which he defended New York City’s controversial stop-and-frisk policy and the profiling of racial minorities.

But many people noted that President Donald Trump has his own “serious problems” with women and African-American voters.

Former congresswoman Katie Hill (D-CA) described Sanders’ comments as “painfully blind.”

https://twitter.com/KatieHill4CA/status/1227666044153667585

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Trump biographer and Bloomberg campaign operative Tim O’Brien weighed in as well:

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As did Michael Steele, the former head of the Republican National Committee:

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See more responses below:

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https://twitter.com/SRuhle/status/1227636928360730624

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‘Don’t listen to them’: Insurance industry front group to run ads attacking Medicare for All during Democratic debate

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"We are winning, so the industry is attacking Medicare for All to protect their profits and help the politicians defending those profits."

The Partnership for America's Health Care Future, an insurance industry front group formed in 2018 to combat Medicare for All, announced Wednesday that it will run television and social media ads against healthcare reform during the Democratic presidential debate in Las Vegas.

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Bernie Sanders was so close to a primary against Obama in 2011 that Dems were ‘absolutely panicked’: report

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In an article for The Atlantic this Wednesday, Edward-Isaac Dovere recounts the time that Bernie Sanders tried to primary Barack Obama -- a move that Sanders was close to achieving that former Democratic Senator Harry Reid had to intervene to stop him.

The event, which hasn't been previously reported, took place in the summer of 2011 and reportedly had the Obama campaign "absolutely panicked"

While Sanders' Obama plan never went through, the relationship between the two has been strained ever since. "Now Obama, the beloved former leader of the Democratic Party, and Sanders, the front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination, are facing a new and especially fraught period in their relationship," Dovere writes. "To Obama, Sanders is a lot of what’s wrong with Democrats: unrelenting, unrealistic, so deep in his own fight that he doesn’t see how many people disagree with him or that he’s turning off people who should be his allies. To Sanders, it’s Obama who represents a lot of what’s wrong with Democrats: overly compromising, and so obsessed with what isn’t possible that he’s lost all sense of what is."

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Bloomberg paying private citizens $2500 a month to text and tweet his praises from their personal social media accounts

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Billionaire Mike Bloomberg is paying hundreds of private citizens $2500 a month to tell their friends, family members, and co-workers they support his presidential candidacy. In exchange for the money supporters are expected to text and use their personal social media accounts to boost the former NYC mayor’s prospects. The program is costing him millions of dollars a month, the Wall Street Journal reports.

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