Last Updated on May 8, 2020
As the 2020 election nears, candidates drop out in order to back others, or focus on different endeavors and admit defeat. We have already seen Bloomberg, Warren, Buttigieg and others drop out of the race. Bernie Sanders, who is popular amongst young people, has announced that he is dropping out of the race on April 8th.
Bernie Sanders Drops Out – Suspends Presidential Campaign
Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders has suspended his campaign to be the next President, as he announced to his staff and on a conference call on Wednesday, April 8th. Bernie Sanders’ election odds have fallen in recent months as he was passed by Joe Biden and other Democratic candidates that were not even considered “candidates”. By default, this means that Joe Biden is likely to be the next Democratic Nominee for President of the United States.
Bernie Sanders has ended his presidential campaign, leaving former Joe Biden the Democratic party’s presumptive nominee https://t.co/pOzgOgPh6p
— Bloomberg (@business) April 8, 2020
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— Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) April 8, 2020
Joe Biden Set to Become Democratic Nomination By Default
JUST IN: Bernie Sanders is suspending his presidential campaign. The move leaves Joe Biden as the Democrats' presumptive nominee to take on President Trump. https://t.co/Q2xaABVdVS
— CBS This Morning (@CBSThisMorning) April 8, 2020
With Bernie Sanders dropping out of the race, the only candidate left is former Vice President Joe Biden. There have been rumors that the Democratic National Committee may certainly just pick another candidate at the the convention, but for the time being it looks to be Joe Biden against Donald Trump for the 2020 Election.
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