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"The Democrat presidential race is chaotic. Eighteen candidates, a fading Joe Biden, unelectable socialists Warren and Sanders. Extreme policy divisions! And here comes the $52 billion man,” Varney said.
Citing a Monmouth poll, Varney explained that over the last five months, Biden’s standing in the polls has diminished. He fell from 32 percent support in June to 23 percent support now in November. It’s getting worse by the day, Varney added.
Money talks in politics and Bloomberg has enough of it to throw around a few billion dollars without noticing, Varney said.
Varney said that, given his background, he may not win the presidency, but he has a “good shot” at being the Democrats’ nominee in 2020.
“Wouldn’t that be something? Trump vs. Bloomberg in 2020. Now that would be the election of the century,” Varney concluded.