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Bezos Reportedly Called Bloomberg: Asked If He Would Run For President

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Bezos Reportedly Called Bloomberg: Asked If He Would Run For President

Bezos Reportedly Called Bloomberg: Asked If He Would Run For President

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos called former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg earlier this year and asked him if he was interested in running for president, according to Recode.

Bloomberg filed paperwork to enter the Democratic primary in Alabama this week, a major indicator that he may enter the 2020 presidential race.

But he told Bezos he was not considering a run at the time of their call, according to the report.

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