Klobuchar Suspends Presidential Campaign, Endorses Biden

Headline Roundup March 2nd, 2020

Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) suspended her 2020 presidential campaign Monday morning and announced her support for former Vice President Joe Biden. Klobuchar mustered seven delegates in South Carolina's primary Saturday, coming in fifth place overall. Klobuchar and Buttigieg, two moderates, have ended their campaigns before Super Tuesday; some attribute this to the party's moderate wing trying to lift Biden over Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT), who leads in the delegate count as of Monday afternoon.

Klobuchar Suspends Presidential Campaign, Endorses Biden

From the Left
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After a disappointing finish in South Carolina, Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar announced Monday she was ending her presidential campaign.

Klobuchar’s exit came just weeks after a surprise third-place showing in the New Hampshire primary, which she hoped would propel her through the rest of the early states and onto Super Tuesday. But she finished in sixth place in both the Nevada caucuses and South Carolina primary.

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From the Center
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Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar is suspending her presidential campaign after failing to break into the top tier of Democratic candidates.

She plans to drop out of the race and endorse former Vice President Joe Biden in Dallas on Monday night, according to her campaign.

It's just hours before polls open in her home state of Minnesota on Super Tuesday.

Klobuchar saw a surge of momentum and fundraising after a strong debate performance and a third-place showing in the New Hampshire primary, but she struggled to expand or sustain that support...

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From the Right
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Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar is the latest Democratic candidate to end her presidential bid.

Klobuchar told campaign staff Monday she is ending her campaign, after a series of disappointing finishes in the four early nominating contests, news outlets reported.

She kicked off her 2020 campaign in February at an outdoor rally along the Mississippi riverfront in Minneapolis during a snowstorm, using the weather-related circumstances to argue she is tough enough to take on President Trump.

Trump weighed in via Twitter, questioning how global warming can be real when Klobuchar launched...

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