LAS VEGAS — Former New York City mayor and founder of Bloomberg, Michael Bloomberg is set to make his debate stage debut despite dreadful polling data.
A popular punching bag, Bloomberg isn’t being given much of a chance by most political insiders. Rather, during these turbulent times, Bloomberg’s prior financial ‘success’ is almost assuredly to be utilized in jujitsu like maneuvers by more populist (and popular) candidates such as Bernie Sanders.
But one other thing of note is that with tonight’s debate being held in Las Vegas, it will be interesting to see if increased access to gaming at the national level will be a topic of discourse.
The new American bogeyman, China, is set to be a pivotal piece of discussion. The coronavirus over/under is set at 3 1/2. While “China” is set at 10 1/2.
But how will China itself be discussed? Will it be the basis of new fear-mongering? Or will it be reversed? Rather to point out that it may be an overexaggerated threat as many in the new of foreign policy have done so?
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