On "Outnumbered Overtime" Friday, Fox News contributor Jessica Tarlov examined some of the possible Democratic 2020 presidential candidates and how they might fare against President Trump.

During his marathon interview with "Fox & Friends" on Thursday, Trump said he likes his chances against any of the top names that have been floated as possible opponents, including Sen. Bernie Sanders (Vt.), Sen. Cory Booker (N.J.), former Vice President Joe Biden, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (Mass.), former Secretary of State John Kerry and Sen. Kamala Harris (Calif.).

Billionaire businessman and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg re-registered as a Democrat this week amid rumors he's planning to launch a 2020 bid, and Tarlov said he could pose an interesting challenge to the president.

"Mike Bloomberg can go toe-to-toe with Trump about business," Tarlov explained. "That's a big reason that people voted for President Trump, because they thought he steer the economy well, that he knew what he was doing."

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She said Bloomberg could make a similar case of being a businessman who's not a lifelong public servant.

Of the other possible Democratic candidates, Harris could be a strong choice, Tarlov said.

"She's a prolific fundraiser. She raised $400,000 for Heidi Heitkamp in one day. She satisfies all corners of the spectrum right now: moderates like her, she would get the African-American vote out and progressives like her as well," Tarlov said.

She said a ticket with Harris and Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) -- a strong fundraiser himself -- would be "very formidable."

Tarlov added that Biden should not be forgotten, as he remains "overwhelmingly popular" and "down the middle."

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