He’s polling low and hasn’t won any primary states, so it’s no surprise that this candidate might be prepared to suspend his campaign.
Is Dr. Ben Carson ready to call it quits? The Washington Times reports that he’s “signaled” the end of his campaign. Dr. Carson has withdrawn from Thursday night’s debate.
Mr. Carson said he won’t attend the debate scheduled for Thursday in Detroit, but said he’ll lay out his plans at his speech to the Conservative Political Action Conference on Friday. CPAC is where Mr. Carson made his first real foray into politics several years ago.
“I do not see a political path forward in light of last evening’s Super Tuesday primary results,” he said in a statement, though he vowed to remain focused on constitutional principles as he moves into his next phase.
It’s also no surprise that the GOP wants Dr. Carson to drop out of the race. Despite running a well-funded campaign, he’s consistently down in the polls. People love him but obviously don’t think he’s a viable choice at this point.
Do you think Dr. Carson should drop out of the race?