Michael Bloomberg will stop at nothing to stop President Donald Trump in the 2020 election — even if it costs him $500 million.
And Bloomberg will use his fortune to stop Trump from winning a second term… just out of personal spite!
Bloomberg said he will be set to make a decision by the end of this month. If he doesn’t run for president in 2020, he will reportedly use his money to help whomever the Democratic nominee will be.
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Widespread speculation has been circling around the former New York mayor’s stance on 2020. He spent more than $100 million on Democrats in the 2018 midterms, which coincided with Bloomberg announcing his re-registration to the Democratic party.
In an Instagram post from last October, he took a dig at President Trump in the announcement:
“Today, I have re-registered as a Democrat – I had been a member for most of my life – because we need Democrats to provide the checks and balance[sic] our nation so badly needs.”
In an op-ed, Bloomberg wrote that President Trump had a “recklessly emotional and senselessly chaotic approach” to the White House gig.
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“At the halfway mark of this terrible presidency, one has to wonder how much more the country can take.”
Trump responded by saying Bloomberg would be easy to beat.
“I think the Democrats will eat him up.”
But Bloomberg is no stranger to playing the political game.
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Bloomberg is obviously seizing an opportunity to win wherever and whenever he can.
When running for mayor just before the year 2000, he had switched from Democrat to Republican just to win his bid. Now, he joins a crowd of far-left radicals as a billionaire who has thrived as a backer of Wall Street and introduced stop-and-frisk to New York City, a controversial policy.
The measure was even ruled unconstitutional in court. He’ll be sure to run into some trouble with the Democrats there.
Just what the left needs: more chaos.
—The Horn editorial team