Warren to Dropout of the 2020 Democratic Presidential Primary Race

Elizabeth Warren Official 113th Congressional Portrait. Photo By United States Senate

Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) is dropping out of the 2020 Democratic Primary according to multiple media outlets.

The New York Times, which was first to report Warren’s departure from the race, reports that according to a person close to the Senator she intends to inform her staff later this morning of her decision.

Her departure comes as former Vice President Joe Biden dominated Super Tuesday, with fellow Senator Bernie Sanders (D-VT) finishing second.

NBC News confirmed the Times reporting that Warren is dropping out citing a source familiar with the decision. A source familiar with her plans also confirmed her decision to bow out of the race after lackluster performances since Iowa, to CNN.

According to MSNBC on-air Warren is expected to announce her decision later Thursday.

And then there were three:

  • Joe Biden.
  • Bernie Sanders
  • Tulsi Gabbard.

In order to secure the Democratic Nomination a candidate needs 1,991 delegates after Super Tuesday the count stands.

President Trump aka President Impeached weighed-in on the Warren’s departure from the 2020 race.

As a reminder Pocahontas was a real person.

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