Grapevine: Apr. 16, 1990

HE KNOWS WHAT SHERMAN SAID. Announcing his bid for re-election to the Senate, New Jersey's Bill Bradley said he "can't think of anything" that would keep him from serving a six-year term. Does this mean he absolutely, positively won't run for President in 1992? Dollar Bill has amassed $9 million for a Senate race that even a New York Knick could not lose. With such a handy war chest, his demurral sounds a shade less convincing than William Tecumseh Sherman's "I will not accept if nominated and will not serve if elected." Says a Bradley adviser: "If, God forbid, Dan Quayle...

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