Bloomberg attacks Biden's experience: 'He's never been the manager of an organization'

Bloomberg attacks Biden's experience: 'He's never been the manager of an organization'

Former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg hit former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenBloomberg campaign: Primary is two-way race with Sanders HuffPost reporter: Sanders could win plurality of delegates but lose nomination Meghan McCain to Joy Behar: 'You guys have done a piss-poor job of convincing me that I should vote for a Democrat' MORE's experience in an interview on Wednesday, pointing out that he has never led an organization. 

"He's never been the manager of an organization, he's never run a school system," Bloomberg told MSNBC's Stephanie Ruhle.

"The presidency shouldn't be a training job," he continued. "You need somebody who comes in and knows how to run an organization."

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Bloomberg, who jumped into the crowded Democratic primary last month, also hit his other opponents on their qualifications, saying he didn't think "any of them have the experience" to be president. 

The billionaire businessman has touted his own experience in politics, business and philanthropy as qualifications to be president. 

Bloomberg has also said that he does not think any of the other candidates in the Democratic field could stand up in a head-to-head match-up against President TrumpDonald John TrumpCensus Bureau spends millions on ad campaign to mitigate fears on excluded citizenship question Bloomberg campaign: Primary is two-way race with Sanders Democratic senator meets with Iranian foreign minister MORE

"I watched all of the candidates, and I just thought to myself, 'Donald Trump would eat them up,' " Bloomberg told CBS News's Gayle KingGayle KingGayle King accepts Snoop Dogg apology, says it was never her intention to add to pain over Bryant's death Snoop Dogg apologizes to Gayle King in Kobe Bryant flap: I was 'disrespectful' and 'overreacted' Rose McGowan hits Snoop Dogg for Gayle King comments: 'Death hurts. Grow the f--- up' MORE in an interview earlier this month. 

"Let me rephrase it. I think that I would do the best job of competing with him and beating him," he added. 

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Bloomberg, who has an estimated fortune of more than $50 billion, has faced strong criticism from other Democratic rivals, especially Sens. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth Ann WarrenWarren: Bloomberg making debate will show how other candidates handle 'an egomaniac billionaire' Klobuchar campaign gets first super PAC HuffPost reporter: Sanders could win plurality of delegates but lose nomination MORE (D-Mass.) and Bernie SandersBernie SandersBloomberg campaign: Primary is two-way race with Sanders Warren: Bloomberg making debate will show how other candidates handle 'an egomaniac billionaire' HuffPost reporter: Sanders could win plurality of delegates but lose nomination MORE (I-Vt.), who have accused him of trying to buy his way into the race.

Bloomberg has poured more than $100 million into TV advertisements since his entry in the race and is skipping the four early primary and caucus state to focus on a nationwide campaign.

The former New York City mayor has climbed swiftly in surveys and polls just outside the top four leading candidates.