(NewsReady.com) – On the night of the New Hampshire primary, Andrew Yang announced the end of his 2020 presidential campaign during his last speech and on Twitter.
I am so proud of this campaign. Thank you to everyone who got us here. 🙏
— Andrew Yang🧢 (@AndrewYang) February 12, 2020
Yang has struggled to maintain traction in recent months as the 2020 race heated up. He missed out on the first DNC debate of the year, though he did qualify for the most recent one. His poor performance in Iowa and New Hampshire all but solidified the fact that he wasn’t going to win the presidential nomination.
Yang also expressed concerns about taking money from his donors when it was clear there was no path to victory for his campaign.
This isn’t the last you’ll hear of him, though. He’s talking about running again in 2024 and, according to some sources, is working to secure a vice president or cabinet spot in another presidential campaign.
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