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Scott Walker quitting race for president



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Scott Walker quitting race for president

Post by Lobo on Mon 21 Sep 2015, 4:21 pm

Scott Walker quitting race for president

Was thought to be top contender at start of campaign


He was initially thought to be one of the best chances Republicans had for retaking the White House when the campaign began.

But now Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is reportedly calling it quits, with the short answer on why being one very familiar word: money.

A Walker supporter told the New York Times on Friday how fundraising dried up when the candidate failed to gain traction in nationwide polls. A recent CNN/ORC poll showed him with less than one-half of one percent support from Republican primary voters.

“The short answer is money. He’s made a decision not to limp into Iowa,” the supporter told the Times.

“Donors have totally dried up for Walker,” another source told the paper. “Everyone I know was just totally stunned by how difficult the fund-raising became, but the candidate and the campaign just couldn’t inspire confidence.”

The Wisconsin governor initially lead his Republican rivals last spring when he announced his candidacy at the Iwoa Freedom Summit, but soon found himself starving for media attention with the emergence of billionaire Donald Trump.

The 47-year-old man who called himself “aggressively normal” soon found himself incapable of competing with Trump’s headline-grabbing opinions on illegal immigration to Islamic terrorism.

“My record shows that I know how to fight and win. Now, more than ever, we need a president who will fight and win for America,” Walker said January 14, Reuters reported.

He officially added a loss to his record on Friday.

Walker is the second high-profile Republican to end his 2016 candidacy. Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry ended his quest for the White House earlier this month.

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Re: Scott Walker quitting race for president

Post by Neno on Mon 21 Sep 2015, 6:28 pm

Thank God!

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