Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg laying out a controversial strategy for his potential presidential bid. His team says they'll skip the first four states if he runs. And wait to play until Super Tuesday. I don't think that you can win the Democratic primary without investing in the early states to essentially show the base of the Democratic Party that you're serious about speaking directly to them as voters. Those early state voters feeling left out in the cold. You should probably spend some time in Iowa the caucuses are really important. I think that someone can come in and somehow dismiss that process. That speaks to me more about how they might lead in the future.
The New Hampshire Democratic primary chair saying we are disappointed and frankly very surprised. 2020 hopefuls gearing up for the fight. The early primary states are critical. Our elections should not be something that are bought by billionaires. And in terms of he's running because of me, I, last polls I looked at, I'm pretty far ahead. Meanwhile Trump deeming Bloomberg a candidate worth nicknaming. There is nobody I'd rather run against than little Michael that I can tell you. Ellie, the Democratic field is already so crowded. Do voters even want him? Among the Democratic donor class, maybe, but among voters a recent poll shows that over 80% of voters are satisfied with the Democratic field right now. As for Bloomberg I'm told his decision will come soon.
Maxwell listened closely as Johnson laid out his plan...
We'd better gear up if we don't want to miss the flight.