Looks like Mike Bloomberg’s campaign just got “the photo.” You gotta see this…

If you weren’t around for Bill Clinton’s first presidential campaign you probably missed one of the single best “finds” of the TV ad war.

Bill was just governor of a Southern state with no national profile. So his media team needed something; Something BIG. And they found it:

Yup. That’s future president wannabe Bill Clinton with … drum roll please,  President John F. Kennedy!
When the commercial featuring this photo went up Democrats went wild!
And every Democratic campaign since has spent time looking through old photos.

And sometimes they hit the jackpot:

Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg pulled this TV ad out of thin air and is blasting it on virtually every Station/Cable outlet they can find.

I haven’t heard of a specific reaction from the Joe Biden campaign, but I suspect they’re pretty pissed-off. His association with Obama is Joe’s best “go-to”  rap.

I’ve written before about Bloomberg. Keep an eye on what he’s up to…I am quickly becoming convinced that, at the end of the day, Bloomberg may be the best hope of ousting Trump.



About Bob Grossfeld

Robert "Bob" Grossfeld has 30 years of experience as an award-winning, political strategist and media consultant. He has twice served as Senior Advisor to Members of Congress, Special Assistant to the Arizona State Senate Majority Leader, and Communications Director at the Arizona Department of Education as well as the Arizona AFL-CIO. He also launched and was the Publisher of the groundbreaking online political paper, 'The Arizona Guardian." He has produced award-winning media campaigns and strategies for ballot measures, candidates for Congress, Legislature, municipal offices, and Native American Tribes. Bob is President of POLITICARE and Founder of The Media Guys
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