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Michael Bloomberg Thinks Romney Would Run The Country Better But Disagrees On Social Issues: Report

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Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg of New York has remained coy about whether he plans to endorse a presidential candidate this year, even as Mitt Romney and President Obama aggressively court the billionaire media mogul.

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