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Michael Bloomberg, the self-made billionaire and former New York City mayor, plans to run supposedly for President as a Democrat in the year 2020.
The Times of London, citing an unnamed source, reported on Thursday that Bloomberg was discussing with his inner circle. The former Republican mayor, whose net worth is allegedly $52.2 billion — will be able to bankroll his own campaign, while the “have other applicants to knock yourself out,” said the source.
It was previously reported that Bloomberg planned to spend at least $to help 80 million, the democratic party in the upcoming November elections.
Bloomberg told the Washington Post earlier this summer that the Republicans have not delivered the results, while the control of both the house and the Senate, and he argues that a change in power was necessary for the members of Congress to reach across the aisle to the problems plaguing the Land.
Bloomberg supports Hillary Clinton in 2016, and, allegedly, Trump called a “dangerous demagogue.”
“Trump says he wants the nation to it by the company,” Bloomberg said in 2016. “God help us. I’m a New Yorker, and I know a con when I see one.”
Corey Lewandowski, the former trump aide, said in August that he believed Bloomberg would be playing a serious threat for the trump if he ran through his huge fortune, notoriety and a reputation as a Creator of jobs.
“Mike Bloomberg has created tens of thousands of jobs in the course of his life,” Lewandowski told reporters at a Christian Science Monitor Breakfast in Washington, the New York Post reported. “This is a story, like the American people-and he is an outsider. I think it would be a very competitive race.”
Trump, who ran as an outsider in 2016, appeared to draw new attention for managers, which as a potential political leader. Starbucks Howard Schultz is reportedly a presidential candidate considering a run, and Jamie Dimon, CEO of JP Morgan, seem to enjoy, says he is not running for office.
Dimon said earlier this week that he trump could beat, when the two went head-to-head race.
“I think I beat you Trump could,” Dimon said on Wednesday, according to CNBC. “Because I’m so tough, as he is, I’m smarter than he is. I would be fine. He could punch all he wants, it would not work with me. I would fight right back.”
He later said that he should not tell it, he is not a candidate for President, but Trump couldn’t resist responding on Twitter.
“The problem with the bankers, Jamie Dimon running for President is that he said about the ability or ‘smarts’&, is a bad speaker & nervous mess,” Trump.
Fox News’ Ben Brown contributed to this report
Edmund DeMarche is a news editor for FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter @EDeMarche.