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Gillibrand Ends Her Campaign, Trump Trolls Her Hard

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New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand has announced that her campaign for the Democrat nomination for President of the United States is done.

She made the announcement in a video on Twitter late on Wednesday after the candidates participating in the next debate were announced.
“Today, I am ending my campaign for president. I am so proud of this team and all we’ve accomplished. But I think it’s important to know how you can best serve,” she said.
To our supporters: Thank you, from the bottom of my heart. Now, let’s go beat Donald Trump and win back the Senate, “she said.
“I know this isn’t the result that we wanted. We wanted to win this race,” the New York senator said in a video to her supporters.

“But it’s important to know when it’s not your time and to know how you can best serve your community and country,” she said.
President Donald Trump immediately trolled her and the Democrat Party with a tweet of his own mocking his “fear” of her.

“A sad day for the Democrats, Kirsten Gillibrand has dropped out of the Presidential Primary,” the president said.
“I’m glad they never found out that she was the one I was really afraid of!” he said in the tweet after her announcement.

Reuters reported.
U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand ended her bid for the Democratic nomination for president on Wednesday after failing to gain traction in opinion polls or qualify for the third debate.
“After more than eight months, and with clarity that she will not have access to the September debate stage, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is suspending her campaign for president today,” her campaign manager, Jess Fassler, wrote in a memo on Wednesday that was distributed to the media.
Gillibrand, 52, is the latest in a spate of Democrats to end their campaigns in the past month after failing to make headway in the crowded field of more than 20 contenders vying to challenge Republican President Donald Trump in the November 2020 election.
The New York lawmaker is not up for re-election to the Senate until 2024.
“Moving forward, Kirsten will focus on uniting our party and our country to beat Donald Trump, flip the Senate and elect women up and down the ballot—in addition to fighting as hard as ever for New York families in the U.S. Senate by continuing to take on the fights that others won’t,” Fassler wrote.

Gillibrand did not make an endorsement with her departure, but would do so at some point, she told The New York Times.
“I will support whoever the nominee is, and I will do whatever it takes to beat Trump,” she was quoted as saying. (Reporting by Ginger Gibson; Editing by Rosalba O’Brien and Peter Cooney)

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