After a very noticeable start, she had fallen back and stagnated in the polls behind the leading pack. She had to leave the race due to lack of funds.
She wanted to become the first black president of the United States, Kamala Harris finally left the race at the White House. The Democratic senator announced Tuesday that she was abandoning the Democratic primary, lack of sufficient funds to finance his campaign.
Aged 55, the former California attorney said at the end of January that she was seeking the Democratic nomination and that she intended to challenge Republican Donald Trump in the November 2020 presidential election.
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After a very noticeable start, she had fallen back and stagnated in the polls behind the leading pack. "To all my supporters, it is with deep regret but also with deep gratitude that I end my campane today, but I want to be clear with you: I will continue to fight every day for this that this campaign has defended.Just for men.All men, "she wrote on Twitter issuing a statement in which she explains:" My campaign to be elected president simply does not count the means we need to continue".
Biden and Warren still in the running against Bloomberg
If she is no longer in the race, the latter knew a new turning point on November 24 with the announcement of the candidacy of Michael Bloomberg. The former mayor of New York, a 77-year-old billionaire, is also hoping to win the Democratic nomination.
Financing his own campaign, which deprives him of televised debates, reserved for candidates bringing together several thousand donors, he will face, among others, Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren, current favorites. His candidacy also suggests, if it is invested, a duel with Donald Trump, also a billionaire.