We knew he wouldn’t make it…
Mayor Bill de Blasio of New York City announced on Friday that he had chosen to end his presidential campaign in 2020.
“I feel like I’ve contributed all I can to this primary election and it’s clearly not my time,” he said he when going public on Friday morning with his choice on MSNBC’s Morning Joe.
Breaking: Bill de Blasio announces he is ending his presidential campaign pic.twitter.com/vL8GcX3xV5
— Morning Joe (@Morning_Joe) September 20, 2019
The mayor failed to create the voting threshold to make the phase of the Democrat discussion for the month of September.
In Democratic primary polls, DeBlasio’s support ranged from zero to one percent, despite participating in two Democratic debates and scoring hits on former vice president Joe Biden’s front runner.
Even a 359 New York Democrats survey from Siena College enrolled in the state only one individual who endorsed his campaign.
De Blasio said he valued his time on the campaign path to the Morning Joe crowd.
“These last months I’ve had an extraordinary experience going all over this country and I want to tell you I actually think it’s a lot better country than what we often see portrayed,” he stated.
The mayor of New York City said he was not concerned about Democratic unity in 2020, but he expressed some worries about the electorate’s motivation.