in the vicinityVideoTim Ryan drops out of 2020 presidential election, seeks re-election in Ohio
Ohio Democrat Rep. Tim Ryan, a moderate candidate in the 2020 primary care, is pulling out of the election campaign.
With the approval of Joe, the former Vice-President Biden on Wednesday, Rep. Tim Ryan from Ohio is called, a “trusted leader” and someone who “did not only a voice for the workers and the middle class”, but the “things.”
But if Ryan – at the end of his own bid for the democratic presidential nomination last month, ran for the White house, the Democrats, was much more important.
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Stach for Biden at the beginning of September, Ryan made headlines by telling Bloomberg News, not that he did not believe the 76-year-old Biden, “the energy”, President. “You see it almost on a daily basis,” he said.
Asked about the comments two days later in the New Hampshire Democratic party Convention, Ryan said, “We have a very clear, crisp, articulate message for the people in the autumn, with Donald Trump….It is unclear, sometimes, when he (articulate Biden) to positions and I’ll leave it at that.”
A few weeks later, in an interview with Fox News, the 46-year-old Ryan highlighted Biden’s age, saying, “I think that a generation change is what we need.”
Biden campaign spells trouble for Ryan, since the former Vice-President at the end of April jumped in the race. Ryan was a center-left candidate who touted his heartland heritage and his ability, the Belt connection with the white working-class voters in the Rust, which helped choose the trump in 2016, giving him in crucial States like Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin.
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But Biden also highlights the roots of its working class, and his ability to connect with blue-collar voters. And Ryan is struggling to gain traction, and not to the fall debate stage and ended his White house bid. Oct. 24.
But even while he was critically pointed out to Biden during his campaign for President, the Ryan repeatedly that he is highly respected the former Vice President.
And with the announcement of his endorsement on Wednesday, Ryan is the face of happiness: “I know Joe to be a voice for the many that remain — the workers lose their jobs to automation, the unions fight for fair wages, small business owners, trying to come forward. Joe knows that the working-class communities built in America, and I know that Joe asked to go, for you as an increasingly globalized economy threatened, the very work you do.”