Sen. Amy Klobachar (D-MN), the establishment-friendly moderate who billed herself as the uniter needed to defeat President Donald Trump in this year’s election, is out of the Democrat presidential primary.
Klobachar quit the primary on Monday, shortly after South Bend, Ind. Mayor Pete Buttigieg also threw in the towel. These withdrawals come after former Vice President Joe Biden’s domination in the South Carolina primary this weekend. Both candidates are expected to formally endorse Biden today.
NBC NEWS: Klobuchar suspending campaign, will endorse Biden tonight in Dallas
— Jesse Rodriguez (@JesseRodriguez) March 2, 2020
Former South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg plans to endorse Joe Biden in the Democratic presidential nominating contest, a day after ending his own bid for the White House, a top Buttigieg adviser tells @Reuters https://t.co/P0oMFRCx8d pic.twitter.com/bg1RyaXHYJ
— Reuters (@Reuters) March 2, 2020
“Klobuchar outlasted several better-known and better-funded Democrats, thanks to a better-than-expected third-place finish in in New Hampshire. But she couldn’t turn that into success elsewhere, as she struggled to build out a campaign that could compete across the country and had poor showings in the next contests,” the Associated Press wrote about Klobachar’s sudden departure from the race.
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