in the vicinityVideoSen. Cory Booker ends in a 2020 presidential bid
N. J. Democrat Sen. Cory Booker under his presidential breaks make campaign according to. January primary debate.
Sen. Cory Booker, D-N. J., said on Sunday that he is quite ready to be an endorsement of the Democrats ” heated presidential primary.
I’m not sure,” Booker said in an interview on ABC News “this Week.” “Look, I’m literally for days — just a few days, you step out of this race.”
Booker trying until a week ago, the first confirmation, dropped out of the primary race last Monday, in the midst of falling poll numbers and the missed qualification for multiple debates.
“I would like to support a candidate who, Yes, wants to send [Senate majority Leader] Mitch McConnell to the back benches, Yes, wants to beat Donald Trump, but is also aware that the beat of Donald Trump the ground — it is the ceiling,” Booker added.
The senator said his concentration would shift to, to win re-election in the Senate and his vote in the impeachment trial of President Trump.
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Booker the race last February, kicked and fought but to gain traction in the polls. It was not long ago that Booker, the energetic former mayor of Newark, N. J., was considered a rising star in his party, but he was here in the whole of the primary, and never enjoyed a break-out moment, as others have done it.
While he did not participate in the fact, in the early debates, Booker had the qualifications to participate in the last week of the case. The nomination season came less than a month before Iowa is set to off, with your group meetings on Feb. 3.
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Booker is the latest candidate of color, the race to leave, after the departure of California, Sr., Kamala Harris and former Obama administration official Julián Castro.
The last African-American candidate in the race is former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick, but he didn’t qualify for all of the debates.
Fox News’ Alex Pappas contributed to this report.