NYC Mayor Bloomberg on presidential run: 'No way, no how'

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
December 12, 2010 20:03

 
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NEW YORK  — New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg on Sunday said there is "no way, no how" that he will run for president of the United States.

Speaking on NBC television's "Meet the Press," Bloomberg said in an interview that his advisers should "cease-and-desist" with their suggestions that he run.

The Democrat-turned-Republican-turned-independent says he's focused on his job as mayor. He has occasionally been mentioned as an independent presidential candidate.

Bloomberg says he wants to leave office having a reputation "as a very good, maybe the greatest mayor ever."

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