Michael Bloomberg says he will not accept political donations in his 2020 campaign or a presidential salary if he wins

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.Billionaire media magnate and previous New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg will decline political contributions in his run for president and would decline the $400,000 governmental wage if he were to win, senior assistants informed The Associated Press.” He has actually never ever taken a political contribution in his life,” Bloomberg’s chief advisor Howard Wolfson informed the AP. “He is not ready to begin. He can not be purchased.”.Bloomberg refusing contributions implies he would not have the ability to take part in any main Democratic arguments.Bloomberg formally revealed his operate on Saturday.Bloomberg invested $30 million on TELEVISION advertisements recently, The New York Times reported on Friday, which is more than almost all of the Democratic prospects have actually invested all year. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Michael Bloomberg, the billionaire media magnate and previous New York City mayor who is running for president, will decline political contributions and will decline the governmental wage if he were to win next year, senior assistants informed The Associated Press .

” He has actually never ever taken a political contribution in his life,” Bloomberg’s chief consultant Howard Wolfson informed the AP. “He is not ready to begin. He can not be purchased.” See the remainder of the story at Business Insider

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