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After fiery Democratic debate, Bloomberg seeks rebound as rivals hit campaign trail

Reuters Thursday, 20 February 2020
The Democratic presidential contenders began a frantic dash for votes on Thursday after a fiery debate left big-spending billionaire Michael Bloomberg's candidacy badly bruised and several of his rivals jockeying to be the moderate alternative to liberal U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders.
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News video: Democratic Presidential Candidates Back On Campaign Trail After Trading Barbs At Debate

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CBS4's Natalie Brand reports how the candidates are picking up where they left off before the fiery debate.

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