Wounded but defiant, Bloomberg promises to keep fighting

STEVE PEOPLES and LINDSAY WHITEHURST Associated Press SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — His aura suddenly shattered, a defiant Michael Bloomberg sent a pointed message Thursday to a political world grappling with his underwhelming presidential debate debut: He's not going away. The New York ultra-billionaire lashed out at leading Democratic rival Bernie Sanders and President Donald Trump, addressing voters face to face in the Super Tuesday state of Utah. That was just hours after struggling to answer dangerous yet predictable questions about his record on race, gender and wealth during a nationally televised beatdown that rattled would-be supporters and thrilled critics in both parties. Bloomberg didn't go easy in his own review of the Las Vegas debate: "How was your night last night? Look, th
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