February 13, 2014


Trump Again Flirts with Bid for Governor

"Amid a buzz of anticipation, Donald Trump once again flirted with a run for governor on Wednesday night, but stopped short of committing his money, time and oversize personality to stopping the re-election hopes of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo," the New York Times reports.

"Instead, Mr. Trump said he would run only if the Republican Party unified behind him -- 'The last thing you need is a primary' -- and asked him to take the nomination."

Said Trump: "If that were the case I would run. And I believe I would win."

However, a new Quinnipiac poll shows Cuomo crushing Trump in a match up, 63% to 26%.










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