Media and other Democrats are scared stiff that the incompetent, radical and unelectable field currently leading the polling for the donkeys’ presidential nomination will let President Trump win a second term. That is leading to much eager speculation that mega-billionaire former New York City Mayor – and party-switcher — Michael Bloomberg will run.
Bloomberg left the Democratic party in 2001 to run for New York City mayor as a Republican. In 2007, he left the Republican party to register as an Independent. In September, Bloomberg told the New York Times, he believes “only a major-party nominee can win the White House.”
Eight months ago, Bloomberg announced he was not going to run for president. But that was before the Dems’ field proved so pathetic. The New York Times yesterday kicked off the widespread buzz[i] with this rather vague evidence:
Howard Wolfson, a close adviser to Mr. Bloomberg, said on Thursday that the former mayor has grown uneasy about the existing trajectory of the Democratic primary. He said Mr. Bloomberg viewed President Trump as an “unprecedented threat to our nation,” and noted the Democrat’s heavy spending in the 2018 midterm elections and this week’s off-year races in Virginia.
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