NYC mayor on presidential run: 'no way, no how'

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December 13, 2010 03:13

 
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NEW YORK — Mayor Michael Bloomberg  on Sunday revisited the subject of his possible aspirations for higher office, offering a definitive "no way, no how" when asked if he will run for president of the United States.

Speaking on NBC television's "Meet the Press," Bloomberg said in an interview broadcast Sunday that he would be sticking with the elected office he holds.

"I'm not looking at the possibility of running," Bloomberg told host David Gregory. "I've got a great job, and I'm gonna stay with it."

The Democrat-turned-Republican-turned-independent, already a generous donor, has said philanthropy is in the cards once his third term as mayor ends.

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