Beto O’Rourke announced Friday he is dropping his presidential bid after his campaign spiraled into a free fall despite his shooting out of the starting gate. ‘Our campaign has always been about seeing clearly, speaking honestly, and acting decisively. In that spirit: I am announcing that my service to the country will not be as a candidate or as the nominee,’ he tweeted. O’Rourke, 47, vowed to support the eventual nominee and work to defeat Donald Trump next year. There are now 18 Democrats left in the campaign. ‘We will work to ensure that the Democratic nominee is successful in defeating Donald Trump in 2020. ‘I can tell you firsthand from having the chance to know the candidates, we will be well served by any one of them, and I’m going to be proud to support whoever she or he is,’ he wrote. Over and out: Beto O’Rourke quit as his campaign bled cash and his poll support hit just 1 per cent O’Rourke shot to Democratic stardom with his failed bid to take down Texas Senator Ted Cruz in 2018. He began his presidential campaign like a rock star – with a cover on Vanity Fair and a presumed front… Read full this story
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