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President Trump escalated his use of the nickname “Mini-Mike” for 2020 Democrat candidate Michael Bloomberg to a new level this week, as he shared an edited video on Twitter of Bloomberg as a toddler being held by Trump himself.

During the 2016 presidential campaign season, a video went viral of then-candidate Donald Trump holding a little boy on stage during a campaign rally in Pennsylvania.

President Trump’s social media director Dan Scavino posted the video on Twitter, mocking Bloomberg over a report that he is paying people to create memes to aid his campaign efforts.

Scavino posted an edited video with Bloomberg’s face pasted over the child Trump was holding.

Scavino tweeted, “.@MikeBloomberg is paying millions of $ for social media influencers and shitty memes while @realDonaldTrump is paying zero $ for EPIC memes w/an Army of American Patriots & supporters/influencers who❤️their Country & POTUS so much, they don’t need payoffs!”

President Trump re-tweeted the post:

Below is the original video of the moment at a campaign rally in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania in October 2016, when then-candidate Donald Trump saw a baby in the crowd who was dressed to look exactly like him.

The parents passed the little boy up to the front, and the crowd went wild as Trump held him.

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