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Bloomberg Admits: The Only Way I Can Win is Through a Contested Convention

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During a press availability with reporters in Florida Tuesday morning, former New York City mayor and Democrat presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg admitted he can't win the nomination through the primary process. 


Further, as Democrat candidates drop out of the race in a last ditch effort to boost Joe Biden over Bernie Sanders on Super Tuesday, Bloomberg isn't going anywhere. 


Since Biden handily won the South Carolina primary on Saturday, he's raised $10 million. Democrat candidates Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar have dropped out of the race and quickly endorsed him. Still, Sanders is going to be tough to beat before the polls close tonight. 

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