Michael Bloomberg tells supporters that they have written history “no matter how many delegates we win tonight”
Former New York Mayor, Mike Bloomberg, told a crowd of supporters that his unlikely campaign had made remarkable gains “no matter how many delegates we win.”
Speaking in West Palm Beach, where President Trump has his luxury premises in Mar-a-Lago, Bloomberg attacked the president and argued for his candidacy on the biggest night of the campaign – after coming out of suggestions he came out of the race.
He spoke after a newly reviving Joe Biden picked up victories in the South in Virginia, North Carolina and Alabama. Bloomberg, whose spending has won $ 400 million, won in American Samoa one evening when the West, where he spent a lot on TV, had to close his polls.
“When the results come in, this is clear. No matter how many delegates we win tonight, we’ve done something that nobody thought was possible, “Bloomberg said.
Retired Judge of Family Court Judy Sheindlin, better known as Judy Judy introduces Democratic presidential hopeful former mayor of New York Mike Bloomberg at a meeting at Palm Beach County Convention Center in West Palm Beach, Florida, on Super Tuesday, March 3, 2020
“In just three months, we switched from 1 percent in the polls to a candidate for the Democratic nomination for the presidency,” said the billionaire candidate who skipped the first four primary states.
“Enthusiasm is not lacking in them,” he said of supporters who encouraged him in a convention center, while they had brought in free wine, beer, and campaign goods along the way.
After an introduction by Judge Judy Sheindlin, he made a pinnacle of his remarks: “I know you’re not used to seeing a New Yorker in South Florida in late winter.” But unlike the president, I didn’t come here to play golf. “
“This is a campaign for change. A campaign for common sense, for honesty … and a campaign for human decency, “Bloomberg said.
Bloomberg said Tuesday morning that he was “in it to win” when asked about calls to drop him off.
“Joe takes voices away from me! And I think that’s true, “Bloomberg said when asked at an event in Little Havana in Miami about the prospect of getting out.
Former Arkansas governor, Mike Huckabee, who failed in his White House bids, wrote on Twitter: “Saddest bag of suds in 2nite-Bloomberg politics. Happiest people on Earth – are consultants who can become a billionaire by charging Mini-Mike% for all ads he has purchased. He has been robbed! “
No matter how many delegates we win tonight, we’ve done something that nobody thought was possible, “Bloomberg said.
Earlier in Miami, Bloomberg already had suggestions because he left the race before the vote
Bloomberg tweeted reports about his victory in American Samoa
He recognized his “incredible team” in American Samoa
Supporters cheered when Bloomberg came out on “Signed, Sealed, Delivered” by Stevie Wonder, a staple of Barack Obama campaign meetings
His campaign event at a convention center had free beer and wine, mini cheeseburgers, plus free bumper stickers, plates, and buttons.
“Our main priority remains to beat Donald Trump in November,” said Bloomberg campaign leader Kevin Sheekey.
Bloomberg tweeted about his American Samoa three times around his speech on Tuesday.
“Thank you for your support, American Samoa! Together we will defeat Donald Trump and rebuild America, “he said about American territory.
He previously tweeted an image of supporters cleaning a park in the green area.
“Our incredible team in American Samoa, calling themselves” protectors of the earth, “not only got the mood, but also took the time to clean up a park. Together we will choose a president who believes in climate change. Thank you for everything you do, “he wrote.
Bloomberg supporter Monika Moeller, a double citizen who emigrated from Germany, said she wants him to continue despite the wave of candidates who endorse Joe Biden. “I love Bloomberg,” how collected he is, “she told DailyMail. com after they grabbed a glass of chardonnay that a bartender put in a plastic cup. “We need change in the White House. We need someone who will unite people, not divide them, “she said.
“The wine is excellent. It tastes very good, “the citizen of Hanover and Hamburg cried.
John Foley, who works in the computer industry, favors “everyone but Trump.” Having supported Ross Perot and John Anderson in the past, he wants Bloomberg for his financial power in light of the Citizens United Supreme Court ruling on campaign financing. “I have to go with the man with the money,” he said after picking a glass of cabernet sauvignon.