The billionaire former mayor of New York City looks to be entering the 2020 Democratic primary race, with an emphasis on “looks to be.” Can the wealthy technocrat compete for liberal votes nationwide? And if his candidacy is predicated on the assumption that Joe Biden will implode when the first votes are counted, is that assumption even valid?

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  1. FredGoodhue Coolidge

    Michael Bloomberg was the guest on a recent episode of Firing Line with Margaret Hoover. At one point, he would not call Xi Jinping a dictator. Hoover pushed back, but Bloomberg would not back down and acknowledge that Xi was a dictator. Bloomberg seems to think that because Chinese public opinion has some affect on the Chinese government, China is not a dictator. By that standard, there have never been any dictators.

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