Tulsi Gabbard Drops Out of Presidential Race, Endorses Joe Biden

Tulsi Gabbard Drops Out of Presidential Race, Endorses Joe Biden

Tulsi Gabbard Drops Out of Presidential Race, Endorses Joe Biden

Gabbard said she was extending her "best wishes" to Sanders, his wife, Jane, and their supporters.

In the US presidential campaign, Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii suspended her long-shot bid for the Democratic nomination today. A campaign spokesman said later in the day that the senator isn't suspending his campaign. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), left, and former Vice President Joe Biden, participate in a Democratic presidential primary debate in Charleston, S.C., on February 25, 2020.

Bernie Sanders plans to "assess his campaign" for the Democratic Party's USA presidential nomination after bruising losses to Joe Biden in the most recent round of primary elections, a senior adviser said on Wednesday. She failed to pick up any additional delegates because she did not reach the 15 percent viability threshold to be eligible for them.

ABC TV says Biden took a substantial lead over rival Sanders by securing 1,068 delegates against 771 for Sanders. She announced the move over social media on Thursday.

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Throughout her candidacy, Gabbard experienced low polling numbers, most often in the single digits.

Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), 78, are the only remaining Democratic contenders.

Gabbard's adamant stance against USA involvement in "regime-change wars" and military conflicts overseas made her foreign policy views stand out from many of her Democratic colleagues and was one of the reasons she remained in the contest as long as she did.

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