Earlier this week, presidential candidate Mitt Romney sat down and had a private meeting with Mayor Michael Bloomberg in what seems to be part of a charm offensive both Mr. Romney, and the president he’s seeking to unseat, are leveling against the Mayor. Asked about the meeting on John Gambling’s radio show this morning, Mr. Bloomberg, who has not yet said who or if he will endorse in the presidential race, proceeded to discuss the national campaign from multiple different angles.
He started off by describing the nature of his relationship with Mr. Romney.
“He was nice enough to stop by. I’ve known, casually, that he was governor of Massachusetts. I come from Massachusetts, and I’ve known him over the years,” Mr. Bloomberg began. “Would you say we’re close friends? Probably not, but if I saw him in the street, I’d say, ‘Hi Mitt.’ And he’d say, ‘Hi Mike.’ He’s a very pleasant guy.” Read More