Michael Bloomberg throws zingers at Trump, says 'I know a con when I see one'

WLS logo
Wednesday, July 27, 2016
DNC: Michael Bloomberg's speech
EMBED <>More Videos

Watch Former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg's speech at the DNC, which was very critical of Donald Trump.

PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania -- Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg lined up criticisms of Donald Trump during his speech at the DNC Wednesday night.

Bloomberg prefaced his speech saying it would be an "unconventional convention speech."

He endorsed Hillary Clinton, giving her the support of an independent who says he votes based on the candidate, "not the party label."

Bloomberg said that the country must unite around Clinton because she can "defeat a dangerous demagogue."

"Trump says he wants to run the nation like he runs his business," Bloomberg said. "God help us."

** Click on the video player above to watch

He's offering a tough critique of businessman Donald Trump, saying, "I'm a New Yorker and I know a con when I see one."

Watch a series of his anti-Trump statements here:

Bloomberg points to his work to build a business and compares that with Trump's beginning in real estate: "I didn't start it with a million dollar check from my father."

He also urged Americans to register to vote in time for the General Election.

"This is just too important to sit out," he said.