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Michael Bloomberg billionaire business magnate and former New York City mayor has stated that if the 2016 presidential contest came down to a race between New Hampshire Primary winners Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders, he would likely run as an Independent. His calculus is that the mainstream American voter might not be won over by a self-proclaimed Democratic Socialist or by a blustery billionaire who trades in insults and sound bites, both who may flame out over the course of a long and laborious campaign.
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