The mayor of new York bill de Blasio has officially announced the end of his presidential campaign in the democratic camp in the elections of 2020, promising to remain in the political struggle.
He stated this on Friday – first in live television, and then on the official Twitter page.
“It’s true, I withdraw my candidacy for President. But our struggle on behalf of working people is far from over,” wrote the mayor of the American metropolis.
It’s true: I’m ending my candidacy for president. But our fight on behalf of working people is far from over. https://t.co/wlqhNmcZLv
– Bill de Blasio (@BilldeBlasio) September 20, 2019
He also assured that he will continue his work as head of the new York and remains committed to the principles of the Democratic party and its progressive ideas.
As reported, according to the latest results of opinion polls, in the democratic camp leader, former Vice President Joe Biden (about 32% support), followed by Bernie Sanders (20%) and Elizabeth Warren (18%). These candidates – the only one who has a two-digit indicators of support among voters in the United States.