Delaney denies the report of the campaign rebellion, says he has quit ‘no plans’ to 2020-race

nearvideo of democratic presidential candidate John Delaney, explains the opposition to ‘Medicare for all’ proposals

The former Maryland Congressman John Delaney breaks with progressive Democratic presidential rivals.

The democratic presidential candidate John Delaney is the launch of a report that asked members of his campaign, for him to end his long-shot bid for the White house.

In an interview Friday with Fox News and in a statement, the former three-term Congressman from Maryland, said he had “no plans to drop out of the race.”

But Delaney told Fox News that if he’s not set the stage for the third or fourth round of presidential primary debates in September or October, it continues to make its campaign “more Ford.”


Axios reported early Friday morning “at 9. July, John Delaney, senior team sat him down and told him to drop out of the presidential election of mid-August, according to three sources close to the campaign.”

Delaney told Fox News that the meeting has never taken place, and that he was in New York on April 9. July.

Axios also reported that Delaney spent almost $19 million on his White house bid, since his candidacy was declared in July 2017, just six months into President Trump tenure in the White house.

Delaney said that he only spent $9 million for his campaign.


The candidate who grew up in a working-class family and went on to start two companies, and the youngest CEO in the history of the New York Stock Exchange, has an estimated value of more than $200 million. He is mostly self-financing his election campaign.

Delaney stressed that he is “nowhere near the point where I am concerned about the amount of money,” he is the Infusion in his White house bid.

And to demonstrate, his intention to continue to March, Delaney said: “last week, we bought a motorhome. It is wrapped as we speak. And new commercials filmed at the end of this week. This tells you where my head is. “

Delaney’s campaign, announced also on Friday that the candidate “barnstorm” across Iowa from Aug. 4, with around 30 events with more than six days, including participation in the Iowa Democratic wing Ding, and stop by the “world-famous” Iowa State Fair.

Former REP John Delaney from Maryland headlines a house party in Portsmouth, NH on may 27, 2019, as he campaigns for the democratic presidential nomination

Delaney is already qualified for the second round of the presidential debates, held July 30-31 in Detroit.

But the following rounds will be much harder for Delaney, and many other lower tier candidates. The Democratic National Committee has the threshold values increases for those showdowns. On the stage, the candidate must 2 percent in four of the qualifying surveys, and achieve the contributions of 130,000 individual donors.

Asked if he was hit, can think of these criteria, Delaney said: “I know I can do it. To be honest, I was either the third or the fourth must.”

But if he is not recognized either round of the debate, Delaney,“ that makes it more difficult, but the chances of the fourth, are much better than the third. I think we can be the third, but the fourth gives me a whole other month.”

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