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Bloomberg and Trump Once Crossed Paths in New York. Now They Cross Swords.

NYTimes.com Monday, 27 January 2020
Acquaintances as members of the wealthy Manhattan elite, Michael Bloomberg and President Trump have become bitter rivals. And a flurry of Bloomberg attack ads have begun to anger the president.
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