FILE - In this May 6, 2010 file photo, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg presents his executive budget for fiscal year 2011 at City Hall in New York. Every couple of days, Bloomberg firmly denies any plans to run for president, putting the idea to rest until a new rumor suddenly pops up. If that sounds familiar, it's no accident. The script from the leadup years to the 2008 race has been dusted off for a revival performance, complete with out-of-state trips designed to make headlines and unnamed confidantes whispering about possible running mates.  Political analysts say it's doubtful this renewed effort will lead to an actual presidential bid, given the difficulty for a third-party candidate to get on the ballot in all 50 states, not to mention win enough votes. (AP Photo/Marc A. Hermann, Pool, File)
FILE - In this May 6, 2010 file photo, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg presents his executive budget for fiscal year 2011 at City Hall in New York. Every couple of days, Bloomberg firmly denies any plans to run for president, putting the idea to rest until a new rumor suddenly pops up. If that sounds familiar, it's no accident. The script from the leadup years to the 2008 race has been dusted off for a revival performance, complete with out-of-state trips designed to make headlines and unnamed confidantes whispering about possible running mates. Political analysts say it's doubtful this renewed effort will lead to an actual presidential bid, given the difficulty for a third-party candidate to get on the ballot in all 50 states, not to mention win enough votes. (AP Photo/Marc A. Hermann, Pool, File) ASSOCIATED PRESS
FILE - In this May 6, 2010 file photo, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg presents his executive budget for fiscal year 2011 at City Hall in New York. Every couple of days, Bloomberg firmly denies any plans to run for president, putting the idea to rest until a new rumor suddenly pops up. If that sounds familiar, it's no accident. The script from the leadup years to the 2008 race has been dusted off for a revival performance, complete with out-of-state trips designed to make headlines and unnamed confidantes whispering about possible running mates. Political analysts say it's doubtful this renewed effort will lead to an actual presidential bid, given the difficulty for a third-party candidate to get on the ballot in all 50 states, not to mention win enough votes. (AP Photo/Marc A. Hermann, Pool, File) ASSOCIATED PRESS

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