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A spokesman for the Democratic presidential candidate, Mike Bloomberg says knew of the campaign, the calls, and never allowed would have, if they had to; the reaction from radio talk show host Tony Katz.
Former New York City mayor and 2020 hopeful Michael Bloomberg was blasted on social media on his campaign promises to turn the White house East Room in an “open office plan” as President.
Bloomberg raised eyebrows on Twitter when he shared a photo of himself in the middle of an open office plan of the City Hall during his term as mayor, suggesting the White house an extreme makeover of his own, if he wins in the year 2020
“As President, I will turn the East Room, in an open-office plan where I will sit with our team,” Bloomberg tweeted. “I use the Oval Office for some official functions, never tweeted, but the rest of the time, I’m going to be where a Manager should be with the team.”
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Critics slammed the tweet, calling it “frightening.”
“As President, and in particular with national security, is responsible, is not much different than the one run by Bloomberg LP, or NYC, the” reacted journalist Yashar Ali.
“Bloomberg 2020: Turning the White house into a @WeWork,” real clear news reporter Philip Wegmann joked.
“Open offices are terrible for health, well-being, collaboration and productivity.’ They are not, as some claim, democratically, or compensate for,” writer SE Smith tweeted.
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Bloomberg has a share of his estimated $ 50 billion in private assets, TV and digital advertising and creating an expansive staff in the States voting on Super Tuesday in the year 2020.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.