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Michael Bloomberg rules out 2016 presidential bid

Washington, Apr 16 (EFE).- Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg on Wednesday ruled out mounting a 2016 presidential campaign. In an appearance on NBC's "Today" program, the man who was mayor of the Big Apple until a few months ago said, when asked, that he has no interest in running for president at this time.

Michael Bloomberg rules out 2016 presidential bid

Washington, Apr 16 (EFE).- Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg on Wednesday ruled out mounting a 2016 presidential campaign. In an appearance on NBC's "Today" program, the man who was mayor of the Big Apple until a few months ago said, when asked, that he has no interest in running for president at this time.

New York Mayor Bloomberg looks ahead to golf, speaking Spanish

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A golfing holiday and learning to speak Spanish "like a native" are at the top of New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's list of activities he'll pursue when his term ends in December, he said in an interview published on Wednesday. Bloomberg will also continue to use his multibillion-dollar fortune to try to tighten gun-control laws, combat climate change and improve public health, he told Forbes magazine.

Pot's OK but Styrofoam is 'terrible': Bloomberg

Billionaire New York mayor Michael Bloomberg promised eye-catching changes Thursday for his last days in office, including reduced penalties for marijuana possession and a ban on Styrofoam cups. Cheerleaders danced and the Jay-Z and Alicia Keys hit "Empire State of Mind" blasted out as the three-term mayor came to the podium to give his final annual State of the City speech. The razzmatazz honored Bloomberg on his birthday but also the start of the countdown to his departure from City Hall, where he took office at the start of 2002 and will step down next January.
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