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Mike drop -- now Bloomberg wants into the 2020 race

Newsday Friday, 8 November 2019
Buckle up, he's got 54 billion bucks With President Donald Trump's conversion to a Florida man, the field of 2020 candidates was lacking a New York billionaire. Now the biggest of them all, Michael Bloomberg, is taking a step toward jumping in.
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News video: Mike Bloomberg Prepared to Enter Democratic Presidential Primary

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Mike Bloomberg Prepared to Enter Democratic Presidential Primary. The former mayor of New York is planning to throw his name into the presidential race, according to NBC News. Bloomberg is reportedly “troubled” by what he has seen so far from the Democratic party. A source told CNBC "he's still...

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