Michael Bloomberg Considers Running For President
Former New York City mayor and billionaire Michael Bloomberg may be considering to run for U.S. president for the 2016 elections.
During a recent interview with Financial Times, Bloomberg said he believes that the American public deserve “a lot better” than the current lineup of presidential candidates from both Democratic and Republican parties. “I find the level of discourse and discussion distressingly banal and an outrage and an insult to the voters,” he remarked.
Bloomberg has served three terms as mayor of New York City. According to a report by New York Times, Bloomberg is willing to spend as much as $1 billion for his political campaign. The former mayor’s personal fortune is estimated to be worth $37 billion.
Armed Man Arrested By Police in Disneyland Paris
An armed man was just arrested at the entrance to a hotel in Disneyland Paris.
According to a report from BBC, the man was found to be carrying two guns along with a box of ammunition and copy of the Koran. French police took him into custody after his bag had triggered the alarm at the entrance of the New York Hotel located inside the popular theme park.
A police source has told the AFP news agency that the arrested man does not seem to have links to terrorism. He claimed he was just carrying the weapons because he feared for his own safety.
Cindy Crawford Recreates Pepsi Ad With James Corden
Cindy Crawford decided to recreate her iconic 1992 Pepsi ad for James Corden’s post Super Bowl show.
The pose Super Bowl episode of “The Late Late Show” proudly showed off a recreation of the classic ad featuring Cindy Crawford and show host James Corden looked hot in a white tank top and short denim cut-offs. Meanwhile, Corden sported a tight white tank top and denim cut-off shorts. Meanwhile, two kids take in the scene, in awe of the “great new Pepsi can.” The commercial ends with Corden chugging down the Pepsi, soaking his shirt and burping in the end.