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Bloomberg campaign buys $10 million Super Bowl ad to target Trump

euronews Tuesday, 7 January 2020 ()
Bloomberg campaign buys $10 million Super Bowl ad to target Trump
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News video: Trump to Spend $10 Million on Super Bowl Ad

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Trump to Spend $10 Million on Super Bowl Ad. The president's re-election campaign has purchased 60 seconds of ad time during the Feb. 2 Super Bowl. It is still not known whether the ad will be a 60-second spot or two 30-second commercials. The Trump ad is expected to run early in the broadcast. The...

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