The jabs came fast and furious against Michael R. Bloomberg at the Democratic presidential debate Wednesday in Las Vegas, where his rivals ganged up to take him down for harassing women, hiding his tax returns and, worst of all, being a billionaire just like President Trump.
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In the debate Wednesday, former Mayor Pete Buttigieg tore into rivals Sen. Bernard Sanders and billionaire media mogul Michael Bloomberg, labeling them the "most polarizing figures on this stage."
Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts immediately went for the jugular of former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg at the start of Wednesday's Democratic presidential debate, slamming him for his alleged history of demeaning and sexist comments about women.