Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) told staff that he is suspending his campaign for president.
The decision makes Joe Biden the presumptive Democratic nominee four months before the party’s convention.
CNN: “Sanders’ exit caps a stunning reversal of fortune following a strong performance in the first three states that voted in February. The nomination appeared his for the taking until, on the last day of February, Biden surged to a blowout victory in South Carolina that set off a consolidation of moderate voters around the former vice president.”
Washington Post: “Sanders’s departure presents Democrats with an immediate challenge: Can the party unify as it failed to do in 2016, when a feud between supporters of Sanders and Hillary Clinton damaged its efforts to win the presidency?”Save to Favorites