Former South Bend mayor ended his presidential campaign

Pete Buttigieg, the former mayor of South Bend, ended his Presidential campaign on Sunday night, concluding the bid of White House that raised him to a main presidential contestant. Officially, he announced during a rapidly planned event on Sunday in South Bend. At the moment, Buttigieg expressed, today is a true moment… the truth is the way lessened to a close, for Democratic candidacy if not for their cause.

Furthermore, he said that everyone should identify that at this stage in the contest the finest way to keep faith with those morals and goals to step apart and help take democrat party and country together. Therefore, he took the hard decision to suspend his presidential campaign. Buttigieg said that all the Democratic candidates must acknowledge the effect of remaining in the contest any further.

The aim of Democrats is to help unite U.S. citizens to defeat the current U.S. President Trump and to win the race for values. The run of Buttigieg was historic. Buttigieg, the first publicly announced gay candidate to launch a presidential campaign, and he overcomes the barriers to become the first gay candidate to earn primary representatives for a leading presidential nomination of the Democratic party.

Former mayor Buttigieg Ended his Presidential Campaign

After the preliminary success of Buttigieg in the campaigns of New Hampshire and Iowa, he struggled hard to win over color voters, a crucial base to his party, which affect his performance in South Carolina and Nevada. The two states where he did significantly behind the prime candidates of the race.

Buttigieg’s Announcement to End his Campaign

On Sunday, Buttigieg scheduled to travel from Selma, Alabama to Dallas, Texas, but during his planned flight, he told the reporters that he changed his mind to fly back to South Bend to make something special announcement about the future of his presidential campaign. His assistants clarify that the announcement was about to end his campaign following his struggle in South Carolina’s primary to contest.

Aiden aide told CNN, Joe Biden, the ex-Vice President, and Pete Buttigieg, so far to tie, but both traded voicemails today. Another source with knowledge of the matter told CNN that staff-level conversations between the Biden and Buttigieg campaign tonight.

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