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Will Hillary Clinton Join Mike Bloomberg As His Running Mate?

By Gary Trock

Mike Bloomberg may have found his secret weapon to landing himself a winning bid for President of the United States of America ... and it all may rest on the shoulders of Hillary Clinton.

According to a report from Matt Drudge at Drudge Report, Bloomberg is seriously considering bringing on Clinton as his running mate during his presidential campaign.

According to Drudge, Bloomberg's "polling found the Bloomberg-Clinton combination would be a formidable force to take on Donald Trump in a race for the White House.

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Moving Out of New York

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According to Daily Mail, Bloomberg may even be willing to change his official residence from New York to either Colorado or Florida, where he also has homes, because the Twelfth Amendment to the US Constitution prohibits a U.S. President and V.P. from residing in the same state.

When asked for a comment from Daily Mail, Bloomberg's communication team said "We are focused on the primary and the debate, not VP speculation."

Hillary has not made any comments on the report, but it's not the first time her name has been brought up during the 2020 election.

Does She Want It?


It's no secret that Hillary Clinton feels she got the shaft during the 2016 election, and she has said as much during a recent round of press when the former first lady was out promoting the book she co-authored with daughter Chelsea Clinton, "The Book of Gutsy Women."

During an appearance on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," Clinton said she was under a tremendous amount of pressure to get involved in the 2020 election.

"I never say never because I believe in serving my country, but it’s never going to happen," Hillary quipped to DeGeneres.

Feel the Bern


If Hillary does decide to link up with Bloomberg and enter the race, there's one person she will be happy about trying to dismantle -- Senator Bernie Sanders.

Clinton has not held back her disappointment for Sanders not endorsing her back in 2016, and during an interview with Howard Stern last December, she did not hold back.

"He hurt me, there's no doubt about it," Hillary told Stern, adding that Bernie could have endorsed her sooner and not split the Democratic party.

"And I hope he doesn't do it again to whoever gets the nomination. Once is enough," Clinton added about Sanders.

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