Michael Bloomberg assailed fellow billionaire Donald Trump on Wednesday, calling his U.S. presidential race a “con” and ripping into his history of bankruptcies and lawsuits.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said on Monday he will not enter the race for U.S. president in November, because it was clear he could not win and he did not want to risk enabling a victory by Republicans Donald Trump or Ted Cruz.
Michael Bloomberg promised he’d let the nation know by this month if he’d run for president as a self-funded independent. Here’s why that was never meant to be, according to Ari Paul.
@ElBloombito is back — and its talking about the Tribe.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said he is considering running for U.S. president in 2016, the Financial Times reported on Monday.
There is only one hope for moderate Republicans: that a Trump/Sanders, Cruz/Sanders or Rubio/Sanders general election match-up gets Michael Bloomberg into the race as an independent, Jay Michaelson writes.
Michael Bloomberg now says he might run for president. But, J.J. Goldberg asks, is a Jewish billionaire from New York really what this race needs?
In 2011, when Hurricane Irene was bearing down on New York City, then-Mayor Michael Bloomberg took to the airwaves to warn New Yorkers, in English and in Spanish, to take the necessary precautions and stay safe.
U.S. presidential hopefuls on Sunday offered mixed reviews of former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s potential independent White House run, with Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders saying it would add another billionaire like Republican Donald Trump to the field.
Michael Bloomberg, the billionaire former mayor of New York City, has told his aides to draw up plans for an independent campaign for the U.S. presidency, the New York Times reported on Saturday.