//Katy Perry dines with 2020 presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg in Los Angeles: report

Katy Perry dines with 2020 presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg in Los Angeles: report

Katy Perry shared a meal with 2020 presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg on Tuesday based on experiences.

The singer, the politician and another mates reportedly dined at CUT by Wolfgang Puck on the Beverly Wilshire Resort in Beverly Hills, California, a supply informed Entertainment Tonight.

“They had been speaking about politics and what Katy needs in a president,” the supply revealed. Perry supposedly was overheard telling folks at their desk to “vote for him.” Bloomberg formally entered the presidential race in November 2019 and hasn’t participated in any debates to this point.

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It is unclear whether or not or not the “Roar” singer will probably be endorsing the previous New York Metropolis mayor. Perry beforehand endorsed Hillary Clinton throughout the 2016 election and carried out her songs “Rise” and “Roar” throughout the 2016 Democratic Nationwide Conference.

Katy Perry reportedly dined with 2020 presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg. 

Katy Perry reportedly dined with 2020 presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg. 
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“On November 8, you’ll be just as powerful as any NRA lobbyist,” Perry mentioned on the time. “You’ll have as a lot say as any billionaire.” She additionally supported President Barack Obama throughout his 2012 reelection marketing campaign.

Most lately, Bloomberg was endorsed by “Decide Judy”s Judith Sheindlin on “The View.”

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“To define Mike Bloomberg as just another rich guy is one of the greatest injustices of this political campaign that we are in because Mike Bloomberg is the only one of the candidates who has experience governing and managing, and is successful,” she mentioned on Monday.

Page Six was first to report the information.

A spokesperson for Bloomberg informed Fox Information they do not verify non-public conferences whereas representatives for Perry didn’t instantly return Fox Information’ request for remark.