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U.S. candidate Bloomberg says Trump cannot stop taking bait in insult war

Reuters Tuesday, 4 February 2020
U.S. Democratic presidential contender Michael Bloomberg vowed on Monday he would not let President Donald Trump bully him and said the insults being lobbed at him are a sign Trump is worried about running against the fellow New York business tycoon.
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