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Former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick is the last Democrat to consider accession of the 2020 Democratic presidential primary fight, with sources close to the politician, The Associated Press said he is mulling a White house run.
Patrick ruled out a run earlier this year but has since the conversation with party operatives and donors, the initiation of a campaign. His thoughts come as some of the Democrats ‘ uncertainty about the party expressed that the current crop of competitors.
Patrick has made a final decision to get whether to and in front of fast-approaching deadlines on the ballot in key States.
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Patrick is a close ally of the former President Barack Obama. He made history as Massachusetts’ first black Governor, service from 2007 to 2015.
The former Governor was only the latest high-profile Democrat, sparking rumors of a late entry into primary school.
Michael Bloomberg, the billionaire former mayor of New York City, filed paperwork last week the qualification for the primary school in Alabama, and has spent the last couple of weeks, in conversation with prominent Democrats on the state for the year 2020 in the area, expressed concerns about the stability of the former Vice-President, Joe Biden, campaign, and the rise of the liberal Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, according to people with knowledge in these discussions.
In a statement on Thursday, Bloomberg adviser Howard Wolfson, the former mayor believed President trump, “said provides an unprecedented threat to our nation” and had to be defeated.
“But Mike is increasingly concerned that the current field of candidates is not well positioned to do that,” Wolfson said.
The former Minister of justice Eric Holder was also, allegedly, in the light of the entry of the primary; Newsweek reported last Friday that holder had spoken with the strategists about a possible execution.
The news of the late entries triggered frustration and anger among the Democratic candidates, and have more concerns about the chances of Ex-Vice President Joe Biden beat trump next November.
For his part, Biden said last Friday he welcomed the possibility of Bloomberg, is seeking entry into the crowded field of Democrats for the nomination.
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“Michael is a solid guy, and let’s see where it goes,” Biden told reporters after filing paperwork to run in New Hampshire, the first-in-the-nation primary next February. “I have no problem with him, always in the race.”
“The democratic party is a big tent,” he added. “In order to be able to win, you must be able to achieve and to win, all share the constituency.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.