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In the ongoing tit-for-tat between billionaires running for president, the Michael Bloomberg campaign released its much-awaited Super Bowl ad this morning.
The ad, which addressed gun control, is the presidential hopeful’s latest commercial after several weeks of running ads in battleground states, like Ohio, Pennsylvania and Florida, questioning President Donald Trump’s impeachment. The campaign secured the airtime for the 60-second Super Bowl ad, which Siegel Strategies produced, after learning that President Trump had also purchased time.