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President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg have each spent millions of dollars on TV ads for the 2020 Super Bowl. Chris Cillizza explains what this unprecedented ad buy means in the 2020 race.

UPDATE: Watch Trump and Bloomberg’s ads now…
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Bloomberg campaign Super Bowl ad:

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