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No Surprise Voters show little interest in Soda banning Bloomberg 2016 bid


AP-GfK Poll: Voters show little interest in Bloomberg bid

NEW YORK (AP) — Most Americans, regardless of ideology, say they have no interest in voting former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg into the White House.

That’s according to a new Associated Press-GfK poll.

Six in 10 Democrats and Republicans alike rule out Bloomberg in a general election. The total saying they wouldn’t vote for him is the highest level for any candidate in the field.

The media billionaire is set to decide next month if he’ll launch a third-party bid–election.html;_ylt=AwrC0wwqu81WqXQAd.3QtDMD;_ylu=X3oDMTBybGY3bmpvBGNvbG8DYmYxBHBvcwMyBHZ0aWQDBHNlYwNzcg–

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Trump Fires Warning Shot At RNC: ‘That Wasn’t The Deal!’

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Political Reporter
3:27 PM 11/23/2015

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is firing a warning shot at the Republican National Committee after it was reported that some establishment Republicans are forming an outside organization to try to harm his candidacy.

In a tweet on Monday, Trump referenced a recent Wall Street Journal article about these anti-Trump efforts, tagging the RNC’s official Twitter account, @GOP, in his complaint.

@WSJ reports that @GOP getting ready to treat me unfairly—big spending planned against me,” Trump tweeted. “That wasn’t the deal!”

The Wall Street Journal report does not say that the RNC is involved. But the story says Liz Mair, the architect of the Trump Card LLC organization described in the article, once worked for the RNC.

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