Bloomberg, who Forbes estimates is worth $ 44 billion, spent his own money on his successful bids for mayor.
On Friday, while traveling to Austin, Texas, for a philanthropic trip, Bloomberg told: "The month is over and over." reporters that if he did run, he would do so by spending his own money.
Bloomberg added," I do not have any idea what you're saying It's the right direction to go. "
Bloomberg's plan to bet Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, who has urged Democrats to reject candidates who use super PACs or self-fund their campaigns.
"I think No to the billionaires, "Warren said on MSNBC's "The Rachel Maddow Show" earlier this month.
She added, "No to the billiona Either, they are self-funding or they're funding PACs. We are the Democratic Party and that is the party of the people.
The call was quickly echoed by the Progressive Change Campaign Committee, a liberal group aligned with Warren's 2020 run.
The attacks on Bloomberg have been stopped with Warren.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, a Vermont independent who is now considering a 2020 run, has routinely hit the "billionaire class" and made attacks as a central part of his 201
And Connie Schultz, wife of Democratic senator and possible 2020 candidate Sherrod Brown of Ohio, jokingly tweeted last month about men who try to "buy" the presidency.
"I want a man who wants to buy himself a presidency," she wrote. 19659002] Bloomberg s Democrats take back the House of Representatives in November's elections.
Should Bloomberg decide to run out of money? spent just two years earlier.