The politician explained his decision this way: the voters made it clear to him that “his time has not yet come.”
Republican presidential candidate Tim Scott has withdrawn from the race. He said this on the evening of November 12 on the program Sunday Night in America with Trey Gowdy, the Associated Press reported on Monday, November 13.
“I stop my participation in the election race,” stressed the politician.
He explained that voters made it clear to him that “his time has not yet come.”
Scott withdrew from the race about two months before the start of the Iowa caucuses, which are the first phase of the primary.
The South Carolina senator has decided to end the race to become the next US president because his poll ratings have not improved.
Although Scott launched the campaign with the largest budget, he could not find his audience and stood out from the other candidates, journalists said.
As we wrote earlier, Congressman Dean Phillips announced that he will take part in the Democratic Party primaries before the US presidential election, which will be held in November 2024.
A trial has begun in the United States to disqualify Trump from the 2024 elections.
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