Former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg who spent half a billion into his Democratic presidential campaign announced that he is dropping out after a disappointing showing on Super Tuesday and is endorsing former Vice President Joe Biden.
Former Vice President Joe Biden swept to victories across the Southern states on Super Tuesday, winning the second-largest prize — Texas after running neck-and-neck in the Lone Star state against his top rival Sen. Bernie Sanders.
Fourteen states and one territory will hold nominating contests for the Democratic Party candidate for president on Tuesday, the most pivotal day on the presidential primary calendar.
Former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg said the only way he could secure the Democratic presidential nomination would be through a contested convention.
Former FBI Director James Comey endorsed former Vice President Joe Biden in the Democratic primary on Twitter, but the Biden’s campaign says no thanks and asked to “return it, free of charge” the endorsement.