Trump and Biden, the leading candidates for the US presidential election 2020.
Billionaire Mike Bloomberg has promised at least $ 100 million to Florida presidential candidate Joe Biden to help his presidential campaign.
- Last Updated:September 14, 2020, 6:24 PM IST
Donald Trump said- I will spend private money
The bulk of the electoral college vote comes from Florida. President Donald Trump has indicated that he will spend his personal money in the state of Florida before the initial vote on September 24, while Bloomberg is also gearing up to lose Trump and is spending $ 100 million.
Bloomberg aims to defeat Trump Bloomberg adviser Kevin Scheke told Reuters that Mike Bloomberg is committed to helping Trump defeat Trump. They want to defeat Trump at any cost, so in the coming times in Pennsylvania, Joe will give financial help to Biden. Bloomberg initially spent $ 409 to become the Democratic nominee for not allowing Donald Trump to become president.
Postal voting can change luck
Postal voting is expected to double in this election compared to 2016. The reason for this is that due to coronavirus, voters will not go to the polling booth. Both candidates have appealed to voters to cast their votes by post as soon as possible so that things can be clearly seen in the last weeks of their election campaigns. President Trump won Florida in 2016, while Democrat Barack Obama won in Florida in 2012. Trump has also done a satire on Twitter on Bloomberg’s decision to help Biden.
Who is Bloomberg?
Bloomberg L. P. provides financial software tools and enterprise applications such as analytics and equity trading platforms, data services to financial companies and organizations. Bloomberg jumped from 142nd to 17th on Forbes’ list of the world’s billionaires in the last two years. He was the ninth billionaire man of the world in 2019. His total assets are 55.5 billion dollars.
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According to the Republican National Committee, which is looking at Trump’s election campaign, $ 21 million of donations have been collected in August, whereas in comparison, Biden has received more than $ 360 million in August. This is the largest amount a candidate can get in a month for campaigning in America.