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Bloomberg tackles gun violence, Trump touts victories in Super Bowl ads

Reuters Thursday, 30 January 2020
Presidential hopefuls Michael Bloomberg and President Donald Trump will promote anti-gun violence and economic milestones to win the hearts and minds of 100 million Americans in multi-million dollar ads that will air during the National Football League's Super Bowl LIV on Sunday.
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