President Trump, AG Barr Blasts Bloomberg After Mini-Mike Was Caught Licking His Fingers And Contaminating Food Items
Would you trust Mini Mike Bloomberg, a man who doesn’t even follow the simple advice of wash your hands to lead a public health crisis?
Earlier this week, Democratic presidential candidate and former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg had a clear, and expensive, message: He is more than qualified to handle an outbreak such as the coronavirus hysteria.
But many people began to question his qualifications once an odd — and, honestly, disturbing — video of him licking his fingers and handling communal pizza started making the rounds on Super Tuesday.
Even President Donald Trump took the opportunity to point out the conflicting message coming from the Bloomberg campaign.
On Sunday, Bloomberg released a campaign advertisement in which he asserted his ability to lead the country amid tragedy and outbreak based on his experience as a New York’s mayor.
He cited his leadership as the city rebuilt from the 9/11 terrorist attacks as well as when it faced “a hurricane, a blackout, attempted terror attacks, the West Nile virus and swine flu.”
The video showed him not only tearing off crust from seemingly communal pizza, but then licking his fingers and touching other items on the table including a cardboard box of coffee. The caption read: “When in doubt, rip the crust off.”
The video went viral after a parody Twitter account, AG William Barr, shared it, adding, “Mini Mike is an absolute SLOB.”
In a tweet that has since become unavailable?
President Trump blasted Mini Mike for being disgusting
Mini Mike, don’t lick your dirty fingers. Both unsanitary and dangerous to others and yourself! pic.twitter.com/LsKLZNeZL9
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 4, 2020