Donald Trump is still not ruling out a run for the White House in 2012. The outspoken critic of President Obama may decide to throw his hat back in the ring, after toying with the idea earlier this year, he tells The Daily Ticker in the accompanying interview. This time though, he'd look to run as a third-party candidate, rather than as a Republican.
"I will tell you if the wrong candidate is chosen and if the economy continues to be bad, which I think it will because I think we have incompetent leadership, I would certainly consider an independent run," the billionaire tells Aaron Task in the interview.
Trump has yet to endorse a GOP presidential candidate, but at some point he says he plans to. In our interview, Trump has complimentary things to say about surprising front-runner Herman Cain. "He's done a very impressive job," says Trump about the former Godfather's Pizza CEO. And he's also a fan of Rep. Michele Bachmann, with whom heRead More »from Trump Is Still Not Ruling Out a Run at the White House