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After an abysmal showing on Super Tuesday, multibillionaire former New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg ended his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for President, endorsing former Vice President Joe Biden.

Bloomberg was heavily criticized after deciding to run, because many felt his time and resources would be better spent on more viable candidates.

With his candidacy in the rear view mirror, Bloomberg signaled with a clip from Star Wars that he's ready to do just that.

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NBC News

Contenders for the 2020 Democratic nomination debated in Las Vegas, Nevada on Tuesday ahead of the state's primary in the most confrontational debate yet.

Present on the debate stage for the first time was billionaire former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, a late entry to the campaign whose advertising blitz helped contribute to his rise in the polls, despite having yet to appear on a primary ballot.

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Former New York Mayor and 2020 Presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg defended New York City's stop and frisk laws which disproportionately targeted and endangered young Black and Latino men until a judge ruled it unconstitutional in 2013.

A cringeworthy tape was recently released of Bloomberg saying that all crime is in minority communities and that one could theoretically xerox a single description and apply it to 95% of criminals in New York.

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ABC News

As the Democratic presidential primary heats up, the question on everyone's mind is which candidate stands the best chance to defeat President Donald Trump in the 2020 general election.

According to a new poll released by Quinnipiac University, it's Trump who may have to worry whether or not he can beat any of the top tier candidates.

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