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CONCORD, N.H. — Former South Carolina governor Mark Sanford dropped out of the race for president just moments ago, ending his protest bid 60 days after it began.
In a noon press conference at the New Hampshire Statehouse, Sanford announced his long-shot run is ending after previously declaring he would spend most of November campaigning in the Granite State, site of the nation’s first primary.
The article goes on to state the following:
The move came after Sanford failed to collect much of a following, especially as President Donald Trump remains the favorite of most Republican voters nationally and while Washington is gearing up for impeachment hearings.
Sanford said he did not expect the impeachment chaos when he entered the race, and that it had sucked the oxygen out of the 2020 debate.
— Amanda Golden (@amandawgolden) November 12, 2019
Former 2016 Trump campaign manager Cory Lewandowski tweeted in response to the news, “In another shocking development: NBC News: Fmr. Rep. Mark Sanford says he won’t file for N.H. primary, ending campaign. He must be heading back to the Appalachian Trail. #SoLongMark.”
In another shocking development: NBC News: Fmr. Rep. Mark Sanford says he won’t file for N.H. primary, ending campaign. He must be heading back to the Appalachian Trail. #SoLongMark.
— Corey R. Lewandowski (@CLewandowski_) November 12, 2019
— Caitlin Byrd (@MaryCaitlinByrd) November 12, 2019
— Andy Shain (@AndyShain) November 12, 2019
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