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Trump mocks Cory Booker after he drops presidential bid

Trump mocks Cory Booker after he drops presidential bid


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President Trump took to Twitter to mock Cory Booker after he dropped out of the Democratic presidential primary race.

“Really Big Breaking News (Kidding): Booker, who was in zero polling territory, just dropped out of the Democrat Presidential Primary Race,” Trump said. “Now I can rest easy tonight. I was sooo concerned that I would someday have to go head to head with him!”

Booker, 50, announced his decision to drop out of the race on Monday in a video posted to social media. The New Jersey senator had struggled to gain traction in the contest, and most polls never registered him at more than 2% to 3% support.

“It’s with a full heart that I share this news—I’m suspending my campaign for president,” Booker said. “To my team, supporters, and everyone who gave me a shot—thank you. I am so proud of what we built, and I feel nothing but faith in what we can accomplish together.”

[ Opinion: Will anyone notice that Cory Booker dropped out?]

Near the end of September, Booker’s campaign manager Addisu Demissie warned that he was on the brink of dropping out because of low fundraising numbers.

A RealClearPolitics national average of polls on Monday had Booker at just 1.8% support.

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