NEW YORK, N.Y. -- Michael Bloomberg roasted fellow Westchester County residents Donald Trump and Andrew Cuomo at the 70th Annual Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation dinner in New York City on Tuesday, Nov. 10.
Bloomberg, who owns a home in North Salem, compared New York Gov. Cuomo and New York City Mayor Bill de Blaso to Cain and Abel, and joked about the low sales of Cuomo's book "All Things Are Possible," according to capitalnewyork.com. Cuomo lives in New Castle.
The former mayor of New York also poked fun at Bedford estate owner Trump and his presidential aspirations.
“I’ve always said that the country is not ready for a divorced, Jewish billionaire from New York City,” Bloomberg said. “But after watching a divorced, Christian billionaire from New York City shoot to the top of the polls … I’ve decided to reconsider … I’ve decided to become a candidate … for baptism.”
Bloomberg also roasted presidential candidates Ben Carson and Bernie Sanders for not believing in evolution and looking like "Back to the Future's" Doc Brown, respectively.
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