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Bloomberg Eyes 3rd Party Presidential Bid

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg sees an opportunity emerging in presidential politics after Hillary Clinton’s blowout defeat in New Hampshire combined with Donald Trump’s ascension in the tumultuous Republican race.

But those surrounding the billionaire centrist caution that he’s not rushing to join the fray.

Bloomberg — widely considered a fiscal conservative but social liberal — has taken the first steps to mount an independent campaign. If he runs, he’d be looking to tap interest among middle-of-the-road voters in an election year dominated by candidates rousing support from their parties’ fringes.

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  • 1. DeClasse' Intellectual wrote:

    Just what we need, another left wing politically correct liberal who believes in democratic social progressivism led by wise men who know what is best for all aka Woodrow Wilson’s philosophy of government. Just remember in this chain of thought, Debbie Wasserman Schults (Democrat) proposed to national all pensions, ira etc because only the government knows how to utilize this money (April 2010)


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