The Hill reports:
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg (I) said Sunday that he will wait until after the midterms to determine whether he will run for president in 2020.
“We’d see whether or not it’s possible and how I feel, but that’s down the road. You’ve got to take these things one at a time, everybody’s focused now on the midterms, at least I think they are and should be,” he said on CNN’s “Fareed Zakaria GPS.”
Bloomberg also said Sunday that it’s “up to the public to decide” whether he would have a chance to win the presidency. “People seem to be very happy with what the city did in 12 years, and I think you can do that at a federal level,” he added.