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Democratic presidential candidate Seth Moulton defends call to accuse President Trump.
Rep. Seth Moulton of Massachusetts, has repeatedly said he is not their thing.
But on Friday, the three-term Congressman and Navy veteran who served four tours of duty in the Iraq war, ended his long-shot bid for the democratic presidential nomination.
Moulton’s campaign, said the Congressman would be officially announced the news during his speech later on Friday in San Francisco at the Democratic National Committee’s summer meeting. announce
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“I am ending my campaign for President,” Moulton. “But this campaign is not to leave at the end of the way, as we had hoped, I know this breed, that we, the questions raised are of crucial importance for the American people and our future.”
“I’ve only been in this race since April—I was later than many of the other candidates, but I could not be more proud of what our team has achieved over these last few months,” he expects you to add.
Moulton ‘ s move came as it was all but sure he would not, the threshold values set by the DNC for the candidates, the stage at the third round of the primary debates, which will take place next month. The Congressman was not able to qualify for the first and second round of the debate.
Moulton ‘ s fall out of the race, comes just two days after Jay Inslee ended his White house bid. Longtime climate crusader and former Congressman announced yesterday that he would run for a third term as Washington state Governor.
Last week, another lower-tier candidate – former two-term Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper ended his presidential campaign. On Thursday, he announced a bid for his state, the democratic Senate nomination in hopes of challenging Republican sen. Cory Gardner in the next year is an election.
And in the last month, long-shot Rep. Eric Swalwell of California in the race, fell out of the White house.
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In an interview with Fox News earlier this month, Moulton said that he was “not a quitter.”
But he acknowledged that, if he is not the debates in September and October, “definitely makes it harder” to continue his White house bid.
And he said, “of course, if I erupt to a point where I can’t see it, then I would try to find, I think, would take the next best nominees, to Trump, and behind him or her.”
Moulton stressed that one of the reasons why he ran for President, was, he believed, “it is not the best way to serve the country, because I believe that there is a better candidate on Donald Trump. I think the image of a young war veteran will go up against the man who is a draft dodger on the stage is exactly what we need to win.”
In his speech in San Francisco on Friday, Moulton is known that he is now running for re-election.
“This is not the end of my campaign, it is certainly the end of our efforts,” he says. “I’m going to run again for Congress, in the 6. District of Massachusetts, my home, and I can’t wait to get back with him.”