& # 39; Little Michael will fail! & # 39; Donald Trump says he would love to run into 5 & # 39; 8 & # 39; Bloomberg and mock multi-billionaire who says & # 39; he doesn't have the magic to do well & # 39;
- DailyMail.com asked President Trump to judge Michael Bloomberg as a candidate for the presidency
- Trump mocked the 5 & # 39; 8 & # 39; & # 39; Bloomberg told reporters: & # 39; He doesn't have the magic to do it right. Little Michael will fail. & # 39;
- On Thursday, Bloomberg said he was again interested in pursuing the presidency, citing a weak field of democratic hope
President Trump wiped his nickname for the five foot eight Michael Bloomberg when asked about the former mayor of New York who teased a presidential run.
& # 39; He doesn't have the magic to do it right, & # 39; Trump told DailyMail.com when he left the White House on Friday for a day trip to Georgia. & # 39; Little Michael will fail. & # 39;
The president added that he thought Bloomberg would damage the run of former vice president Joe Biden in the Democratic primary. & # 39; There is no one I would rather meet than Little Michael. & # 39;
President Trump mocked the flirtation of former New York mayor, Michael Bloomberg, when he called for president: & # 39; he doesn't have the magic to do it well & # 39;
President Trump (right), photographed with Michael Bloomberg (left) in 2007, pointed out that he has known Bloomberg for years and predicted that he would beat him if Bloomberg became the Democratic candidate
Trump pointed out, as a fellow New Yorker, that he has known Bloomberg for years.
& # 39; Go back, early, he has said many good things about Trump, & # 39; said the president. & # 39; But I know Michael. He is … he really is nothing. & # 39;
Trump suggested that Bloomberg would spend a lot of money and not go anywhere.
& # 39; He will spend a lot of money, and he has some really big problems. He has some personal problems. He has many other problems, & # 39; Trump said.
On Thursday the news broke out that Bloomberg was thinking of becoming president again.
The New York Times reported that Bloomberg actively laid the foundation, including submitting the paperwork to participate in the Alabama Democratic primary. Alabama has one of the earliest submission dates.
Bloomberg had taken himself out of the fight in March, instead promising to spend millions on helping the eventual Democratic candidate – and other liberal goals.
But lately he was worried that none of the running Democrats could beat Trump – especially as the leading liberals, Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders, beat the more moderate Biden.
Bloomberg & # 39; s vision of Warren was clear when the two appeared on stage together in Des Moines, Iowa in August, during an Everytown for Gun Safety event that funded the billionaire Bloomberg.
& # 39; If my business were not successful, we would not be here today & # 39 ;, Bloomberg told Warren when she came on stage. & # 39; Enough with this stuff. & # 39;
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