Bloomberg files to run for president in Alabama primary

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"He'll spend a lot of money".

"I know what it takes to run a winning campaign, and every day when I read the news, I grow more frustrated by the incompetence in the Oval Office. But I think he's going to hurt Biden, actually".

"He's got a few really big issues, he has got some personal problems and he's got a lot of other problems."
'Little Michael will fail'.

The Iowa caucuses, the first nominating contest on the Democratic primary calendar, will be held on February 3.

"We will be asking them to make clear they are completely unaffiliated", longtime Bloomberg confidante Howard Wolfson said in one of more than a half-dozen tweets correcting the record to big-name accounts sharing the fake website.

Bloomberg will have to move quickly in the coming days and weeks to get on the ballot in numerous primary states, including Alabama. His team is also making plans to file in Arkansas, which has a Tuesday deadline.

"But Mike is increasingly concerned that the current field of candidates is not well positioned to do that", Wolfson said. At this point, the idea seems to be, Bloomberg will be able to present himself as a compromise candidate, someone who will be tough on guns and serious about climate change but realistic about Wall Street and taxation.

But advisers say he has not yet made his final decision. Bloomberg "doesn't have the magic to do well", President Trump said.

Of Bloomberg's message, Vilsack said: "He is in".

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Searches for Blanchard were focused in Auburn and Sir Bernard Law, as effectively because the gap between the two cities. Police said evidence found in the auto indicates Blanchard was harmed and is considered the victim of foul play.

"He's a grenade, chucked right into the Democrat race", Varney said. "I don't see any evidence that strategy ever works".

He added that Mr Bloomberg saw the President as an “unprecedented threat to our nation”.

Former New York City Mayor and possible 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg speaks at the Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire, US, January 29, 2019.

The founder of Bloomberg LP, Michael Bloomberg, is not entirely wrong in his speculations.

"Michael's a solid guy, and let's see where it goes", he told reporters.

"I've known him for a long time". The move comes after days of rumors that Bloomberg would join the field of 16 other Democrats on the Alabama ballot.

Some recent opinion polls have suggested that Ms Warren and Mr Sanders - who are regarded as to the left of Mr Biden - might lose against President Trump if either won the party nomination. Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders are too liberal to win the general election.

Former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg speaks at a news conference at a gun control advocacy event, February 26, 2019, in Las Vegas.

The 77-year-old politician will run against current Democratic candidates with a capitalist mindset and $50 billion net worth, FOX Business' Stuart Varney said.

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