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Michael Bloomberg may enter the 2020 race after all - especially if former Vice President Joe Biden doesn't run - despite announcing last month he would not be a contender, it was reported Tuesday.
The former mayor of New York City would reconsider his decision if a centrist lane - such as one Biden would occupy - opened up in the battle for the Democratic nomination, Axios reported.
Biden - Run - Factor - Bloomberg - Decision
Biden's presumed run played a big factor in Bloomberg's decision not to pursue the Democratic nomination.
'He's a data guy,' a source close to the former mayor told the news website. 'He couldn't get the math to work.'
Bloomberg - March
Bloomberg announced on March 5 he wouldn't be running in 2020.
But his aides have said he is prepared to spend as much as $500 million – about 1 per cent of his estimated $50 billion fortune – to make sure Donald Trump is a one-term president.
Biden - Polls - Nomination - Allegations - Women
Biden has topped polls for the nomination but it's unclear how the allegations of women uncomfortable with his hugs and kisses will play out.
A second woman has come forward as Biden's aides are striking a more aggressive tone in the former vice president's defense.
Statement - Monday - Biden - Spokesman - Bill
In a statement on Monday, Biden spokesman Bill Russo blasted 'right...
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