Bloomberg To Address DNC For Clinton

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Michael Bloomberg, the former mayor of New York City who considered a presidential run this year, will address the Democratic National Convention this week and formally endorse Hillary Clinton. He has not been a member of the Democratic Party since 2000 and was a previous Republican when he was elected.

Bloomberg will reportedly speak as an independent and a business man to say why those respective groups should be voting for Clinton. Read more at AT THE NEW YORK TIMES.

{Matzav.com}

6 COMMENTS

  1. I met Bloomberg when he first ran for Mayor of New York and we met and discussed several issues many times since. At my first meeting with him, he reinforced my belief that only Hashem controls how much money a person will have because this guy was not too bright

  2. I have been a Republican all my life and I am a strong Conservative. It is for that reason that I plan on voting for Hillary. At this point of time, anyone who doesn’t realize that Trump is mentally unstable and a danger to this country, needs to have his head examined. The man is a troubled individual who’s decisions are based on mental illness. Anyone who is willing to put this country in his hands is either a hater of the USA, lacking in intelligence or a mixture of both!

    • Dear Basic Senseless,

      Once again I find you spewing baseless hatred and loshon Horo. You must be a gilgul of someone who caused the destruction of the Bais Hamikdosh. Your comments are your assumptions and they really don’t make much sense. Have a good time at your DemocRAT Convention in Philadelphia this week. I hope you don’t get too roughed up when the Sanders and Clinton camps decide to fight each other. I had a great and exciting time last week in Cleveland at the GOP Convention where ther were no fights or protests inside and it was fairly quiet outside.

  3. Ick. Bloomberg is speaking on behalf on Clinton. I never dreamed I would consider voting for Trump but if Bloomberg gets too involved with Clinton maybe I will

    Bloomberg has no Republican support anywhere so he isn’t the guy to bring Republicans who don’t like Trump into the Clinton camp. He is probably more likely to chase them away.

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