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Castro Ends His Campaign

AP Photo/Elise Amendola

Former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julián Castro announced Thursday he has ended his presidential campaign. 

“It’s with profound gratitude to all of our supporters that I suspend my campaign for president today,” he said in a tweet publishing a video announcement. “I’m so proud of everything we’ve accomplished together. I’m going to keep fighting for an America where everyone counts—I hope you’ll join me in that fight.”

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“I’m so proud of the campaign we’ve run together. We’ve shaped the conversation on so many important issues in this race, stood up for the most vulnerable people, and given a voice to those who are often forgotten,” he said in the video. “But with only a month until the Iowa caucuses, and given the circumstances of this campaign season, I have determined that it simply isn’t our time.”

The video concludes, “So today it’s with a heavy heart and with profound gratitude, that I will suspend my campaign for president. To all who have been inspired by our campaign, especially our young people, keep reaching for your dreams — and keep fighting for what you believe in. ¡Ganaremos un día! [One day we'll win!]” 

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Castro only had 1.2 percent support nationally, according to RealClearPolitics’s average of surveys. 

As our sister site Twitchy pointed out, just days ago the candidate was begging for money. 

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