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Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg May Enter Presidential Race

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Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg May Enter Presidential Race

Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg May Enter Presidential Race

Laura Podesta reports Michael Bloomberg is taking steps to get into the race.

He sent aides to Alabama to get on the Democratic primary ballot ahead of Friday's filing deadline.

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