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Bloomberg prepares for 2020 presidential campaign, Warren, Sanders fire back

Michael Bloomberg, the billionaire former mayor of New York City, is preparing to get in the race for Alabama's presidential primary, reported CBS News.

According to Recode, Bezos asked Bloomberg whether he would consider running for president on a phone call, after the collapse of Amazon's plans to build a second headquarters in New York City earlier this year. In a question-and-answer session with Warren at a town hall, a voter in Vinton who said she had Type 1 diabetes told Warren she was anxious about getting continuity of care in the transition period as Medicare for All took full effect.

Cyclone Bulbul set to intensify into very severe cyclonic storm
The Indian Meteorological Department said wall cloud region was entering into land at 10:30pm local time. Indian authorities said military ships and planes have been put on standby to assist with emergencies.


Bloomberg's prospective entry into the Democratic primary comes amid continued polling and fundraising strength for Sen.

Bloomberg, who co-founded financial information and media company Bloomberg LP in 1981, was mayor of New York City from 2002 to 2013, serving three terms.

Man City don't go to Liverpool as underdogs - Guardiola
They did win the reverse fixture in January, cutting the lead at the top of the table to four points, going on to win the title. While Guardiola is confident, it would be understandable if his senior players were less optimistic.


"I am open to suspending deportations, particularly as a way to push Congress for comprehensive immigration reform", the Democratic presidential candidate said during a Latinx town hall in Raleigh, North Carolina, according to a video posted on YouTube by the Republican National Committee.

Warren added that she also supports decriminalizing illegal border crossings to prevent the prosecution of people who up to this point have been "treated as criminals simply for having crossed the border". Bernie Sanders, too, has hinged his candidacy on Medicare for All, but has faced less scrutiny - in part because he has run a campaign less focused on broad appeal to moderate voters than Warren has. Billionaire investor and founder of Omega Partners Leon Cooperman told CNBC on Friday that he would back the former NYC mayor now that he is in the race.

Vincent Kompany Reveals That It Felt Sweet To Ruin Liverpool's Title Charge
The two were locked in a gripping title race last season , with the Citizens eventually coming out on top by the solitary point. Jurgen Klopp's side are now six points ahead of City at the top of the league and are yet to lose this season .


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