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I have so many questions….
Like, don’t you have to get more than 1% of the vote to start thinking about VP choices?
How big of a donation would you have to make to the Clinton Foundation to make something like this happen (allllllegedly).
Would Hillary do it?
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Trending: A New Message From General Flynn!
Will Bloomberg be hiring a new food tester and enhanced security team?
These are the questions we need answers to because new reports out today say Bloomberg might just want Hillary Rodham Clinton as his V.P.
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Matt Drudge broke the story.
Take a look:
Here's more, from the NY Post:
He’s with her?
Mike Bloomberg could team up with Hillary Clinton to try to take down President Trump in November — by making her his running mate.
Bloomberg’s internal polling found the combo “would be a formidable force,” sources close to the campaign told the Drudge Report Saturday.
Bloomberg’s communications director did not deny the rumored matchmaking effort.
“We are focused on the primary and the debate, not VP speculation,” Jason Schechter said in a statement.
But minutes after Drudge broke the news, Bloomberg himself posted a coy message about working with female colleagues.
“I would not be where I am today without the talented women around me,” he tweeted. “I’ve depended on their leadership, their advice and their contributions.”
A Bloomberg campaign insider told The Post that the two have long been simpatico – going back to the days when she represented New York in the U.S. Senate and he was Gotham’s mayor.
“I am sure that they polled it, just because you would be dumb not to wonder,” the insider said. “You want to see what a match-up might look like.”
“It doesn’t make any sense to me,” said Brad Bannon, a consultant not affiliated with any presidential campaign.
“If he wins the nomination, there’s going to be a lot of unhappiness in the progressive wing of the party,” Bannon explained. “You can’t afford to have them sit on their hands in November.”