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Michael Bloomberg is set to face is democratic presidential rivals tomorrow for the first time the former New York mayor has qualified for the debate with the new N. P. R. P. B. S. newshour Maris poll showing him with nineteen percent support nationally second among Democrats behind Bernie Sanders Bloomberg's campaign says it's the latest sign his plan and ability to be president trump is resonating with more Americans but the debate will be a much different venue for Bloomberg he spent more than three hundred million dollars on TV ads while skipping the first for voting states and not taking questions from voters on the trail that's allowed him to define his message without facing criticism which is sure to come tomorrow night at the debate in Las Vegas soccer make Connie at the White House