Elizabeth Warren, who electrified the progressives with her “plan for everything” and strong message of economic populism, left the Democratic presidential race on Thursday, according to a person familiar with her plans.
So far, the senator has not reported whether she supports Bernie Sanders or Joe Biden for the presidency of the United States.
The exit came days after being able to win a single Super Tuesday state, not even yours.RELATED
The person was not authorized to speak about Warren’s intentions and spoke with The Associated Press on condition of anonymity.
Warren’s departure extinguished hopes that the Democrats would have another attempt to put a woman against President Donald Trump.
For much of last year, the Massachusetts Senator campaign had all the markers of success, solid numbers of polls, an impressive fundraiser and an extensive political infrastructure that had field personnel across the country. However, it was squeezed by Senator Bernie Sanders, who had an immovable base that he needed to move forward.
Warren never finished higher than third place in the first four states and was routed Super Tuesday, without winning any of the 14 states that voted and placing a shameful third place in Massachusetts, behind former Vice President Joe Biden and Sanders.
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