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TODAY’s Craig Melvin sits down with former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg in Tulsa, where Bloomberg says he got in the Democratic race because he didn’t think any of the other candidates could beat Donald Trump. While he says that “we’d be much better off letting voters decide” Trump’s fate, he says that if were a senator, he would vote to convict the president.