Warren rallies packed Seattle crowd, slams Bloomberg

Yolanda Curtis
February 26, 2020

"People want a chance to hear from the women", Warren said, arguing she won't be satisfied until the businessman released "all people who have discrimination claims" against his company.

"Maybe it's true but he is the president and he deserves a bit of respect", said Sepeda - adding that he had foreseen Trump would win the last election.

Elizabeth Warren took to the debate stage in SC and was, yet again, labeled such things as "nasty" because she simply ... wants facts.

He added: "We are going to win across the country because the American people are sick and exhausted of a president who lies all of the time". The ads from presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg are part of an unprecedented spending campaign in this election year. He noted that his father immigrated to the USA from Poland "without a nickel in his pocket" and added, "I know something about the immigrant experience".


Warren supporters packed the Seattle Center Armory, as well as the overflow space at Fisher Pavilion.

A billboard paid for by Democratic presidential hopeful Mike Bloomberg displayed on the iconic Las Vegas Strip, in Nevada, February 21, 2020. Warren described her efforts to create the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to help people harmed by the financial crisis.

He actually chose to skip the first four state-wide nominating contests, including Nevada which votes on Saturday, opting instead to make a splash on "Super Tuesday" on March 3, when 14 states vote.

Connolly said he expects better from Bloomberg during the Democratic debate Tuesday, February 25. Joe Biden (13 percent) Elizabeth Warren (11 percent), Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar rounded out the list of candidates at 9 percent each. It's also pretty important to remember that Bloomberg's base of support here is, primarily, suburban women, and he is making a really strong effort in numerous ads that he has put together so far to target women specifically.


Elizabeth Warren continued her targetting of former New York City mayor and billionaire Michael Bloomberg following her outstanding debate performance this week.

"I ain't a socialist".

"This is personal for me", she said.

The state Democratic Party's central committee voted previous year to start using a hybrid system that utilizes the state's vote-by-mail system for a presidential primary to apportion delegates to candidates, and caucuses and conventions to select which delegates will represent the state at the national convention in Milwaukee.


"Putin thinks Trump should be president of the United States and that's why Russian Federation is helping you get elected so you'll lose to him", Bloomberg said to Sanders.

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