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Former NYC mayor Bloomberg considering presidential run

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg says he is considering mounting an independent campaign for president.

Bloomberg told The Financial Times on Monday that he was “looking at all the options” when it comes to a bid. 90 more words

National / World

Image of the Day -- Unique New York

Last a month a report in the New York Times suggested that Michael Bloomberg, the mayor of New York City from 2002 until 2014, has been thinking about running for President of the United States as a third-party candidate, and may be willing to spend as much as a billion dollars of his own money to do so. 966 more words

North America

Russian Hackers Moved Ruble Rate With Malware

#Bloomberg, #News, #Hacker – Russian Hackers Moved Ruble Rate With Malware, Group-IB Says aka This is not good, because if people lose trust in the stock market and/or banks being secure it could get ugly quickly –  http://bloom.bg/1XeuDOr

Michael Bloomberg should stay out of the 2016 Election!

There is one thing that I think is pretty clear, the American public is frustrated this primary season. The 2016 election is off to a frustrating start with the Republican field having an unimaginable number of candidates and the Democratic party having a contentious battle as we see our final two candidates battle it out for the party nomination. 444 more words

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Bloomberg mulls 2016 presidential run, calls current campaigns an 'insult to voters'

NEW YORK – The billionaire former mayor of New York City is not ruling out a run for president, Michael Bloomberg told a Financial Times reporter Monday. 175 more words

News

Bloomberg Serious About 2016 

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg (2002-2013) made it public today for the first time that he is considering a 2016 presidential run as an independent. 361 more words

GOP

A Bulwark of Moderation

Alex Fine, JHU:

Amid a sea of slogans, talking heads, and political gaffes, the current election cycle can overwhelm the casual observer. Last week, Republican Senator Ted Cruz and businessman Donald Trump… 879 more words

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