The Bloomberg campaign insists the rally had 130 attendees.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg held a rally in San Antonio, TX, with Judge Judy.
However, despite spamming every commercial break over the weekend, only 45 people attended the rally.
From The New York Post:
“Unlike everyone else in this race, I think what’s important is beating Donald Trump,” he told about 45 supporters at a restaurant in San Antonio.
Protesters toting Trump 2020 and U.S. flags could be spotted through the eatery’s windows.
TV’s Judge Judy Sheindlin introduced Bloomberg with a dig at the left-wing Democrats running for the nomination.
“Those that are touting revolution in this country are wrong,” she said. “It’s the best country on earth … It should have the greatest president.”
In a 13-minute stump speech, Bloomberg touted his efforts to raise teacher salaries and cut carbon emissions during his three terms as New York’s mayor.
“America is not New York, I understand that,” he acknowledged. “It’s getting things done rather than partisan talking.”
The Bloomberg campaign told The Washington Examiner that 130 attended the rally. The adviser also claimed “more than 700 people attended Bloomberg events throughout the day.”
Bloomberg has taken a different route than the other Democratic candidates. While they campaign in Iowa, Bloomberg is riding his bus around Texas.DONATE
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