Bloomberg will hold a campaign organizing event later today at Alabama State University.
"Trans people were living openly in the Midwest long before Bloomberg woke up one morning and made a decision to start buying elections", Clymer tweeted Thursday, referring to the billionaire businessman's heavy spending on his presidential campaign.
An aide said the campaign will also expand its staff to more than 2,100 people nationwide.
"Basically, you can say I am the un-Trump", Bloomberg told a few hundred attendees during a campaign event at the Cambridge Innovation Center in the Wexford Innovation Center.
On the content marketplace site which Bloomberg is making the push, the campaign asks so-called micro-influencers, "Are you sick of the chaos & infighting overshadowing the issues that matter most to us?"
Democratic Presidential Nominee Mike Bloomberg has opened an Edgewater campaign office as he ramps up his bid to become President.
"Governor Raimondo has been a trailblazer in Rhode Island".
Bloomberg's campaign unveiled an endorsement list that includes three state representatives, several former mayors and city council members.
Raimondo, a fellow pro-business Democrat who has known Bloomberg since she ran for state treasurer in 2010, said he has a track record showing that he would be a good president. "Meanwhile, Mike is taking the fight to Trump every day, doubling down on the national campaign strategy we've been running from the beginning".
Previously registered as a Republican and an independent before becoming a Democrat in 2018, Bloomberg is a controversial figure in some circles. "He's not been perceived as a threat by any of the major candidates yet", Representative Donald McEachin of Virginia, a supporter of Mr. Biden, said in an interview before Iowa.
Technical problems have so far prevented Iowa from declaring a victor, and multiple campaigns have released data that they say indicates that former vice president Joe Biden, the polling leader, is unlikely to win first place.
The tone of the overtures has been diplomatic, according to Democrats who have heard from the campaign, but Mr. Bloomberg's emissaries have made plain that they hope officials who are now backing Mr. Biden will move in his direction if the former vice president flags badly in the coming weeks.