Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who owns an estate in North Salem, is considering entering the fractious fray of the 2016 presidential race as a third-party candidate.
In an interview with Financial Times, Bloomberg said he's considering all options when it comes to running for president. Bloomberg called the current campaigning an outrage and an insult to voters.
Bloomberg, who served as New York City's mayor for three terms starting in 2001, said he'd have to act fast if he decides on a presidential bid, and get his name on ballots in March, Time.com reports.
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