After ameeting in Tampa with mayor Jane Castor this morning, Mike Bloomberg will host a kickoff event this afternoon in Miami for “United for Mike,” a coalition of Jewish Americans proudly supporting Mike because they know he is the leader to end the chaos of the Trump presidency.
Mike will discuss his Jewish upbringing and the values his parents instilled in him, his commitment to Israel, and the strong action he will take as president to reduce the number of anti-Semitic attacks and hate crimes.
China's most important celebration has been all but cancelled for at least 56 million people as authorities expanded travel bans across the central Hubei province to try to contain the spread of the virus.
To understand the scale of 56 million people, the New York City metropolitan area has nearly 20 million people. A population the size of three New York metropolitan areas is under lockdown.
I fervently believe Mike Bloomberg is the only presidential candidate qualified by governing experience and personal history to lead the United States of America in 2020.
As mayor, he made decisions based on what he thought was best for the people he represented, not on the relentless pressures of special-interest politics. He was and is beholden to no one. Read the entire columnhere.
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Best of SNL's Weekend Update.
"Am I crazy or was Adam Schiff on my television for 100 hours straight? Even when I turned the TV off, there was still an outline of him burned into the screen." — Colin Jost
“Some Republican Senators even brought fidget spinners to play with. I assume this symbolized how the founding fathers are spinning in their graves.” — Colin Jost
"Democrats spent three days laying out in great detail how they believe President Trump has been the most egregious abuser of power in American history. And then Republicans laid out their defense: the shrug emoji." — Colin Jost