Bid leaders made it a point to note that the 1984 Los Angeles Games, run by Peter Ueberroth, produced a profit of $225 million. Were very confident that our plan reduces risks dramatically and can produce a profit for the city, bid chairman Casey Wasserman said. Our job is to deliver a fiscally responsible budget. New York failed in a bid for the 2012 Olympics, and Chicago was rejected for the 2016 Games. Both results reflected anti-American sentiment within the European-dominated IOC and tensions over revenue-sharing with the USOC. This is our third bid and best bid since 2005, and the 20th time America has stepped forward to offer to host the games, USOC chief Larry Probst said. We have learned many valuable lessons from our previous bids. Now America is ready to move forward. Probst said USOC leaders have traveled the world in recent years to improve ties with international Olympic officials. We have to be humble and hard-working and do our best to build relationships and friendships with IOC members, he said. selection processThe result of the U.S. presidential election in November could have a big impact on IOC members, who are unlikely to consider Donald Trumps comments on Mexicans, Muslims and other immigrants as offering a warm welcome to the world for the Olympics.
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