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Mike Bloomberg Hits The Campaign Trail, Taking On Trump And His Past

NPR Friday, 14 February 2020 ()
Former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg traveled to several states voting on Super Tuesday, making his case to take on President Trump and addressing controversy over race and policing.
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