New Delhi: The United States Democratic candidate Elizabeth Warren has dropped out of the upcoming Presidential race obliterating all hopes of the Democrats to lead with a woman against President Donald Trump. Also Read - US Presidential Elections: Mike Bloomberg Quits Campaign; Race Against Donald Trump Narrows Down to Biden, Sanders
The 70-year-old Senator’s decision came after a miserable defeat in ‘Super Tuesday’, one of the phases of the Democratic primaries. She resulted in a poor third position and she lost all seats, including her home state of Massachusetts. Also Read - Trump Impeachment: 'You've Cheapened Importance of Very Ugly Word,' US President Slams Pelosi, Seeks Halt on Impeachment Proceedings
Notably, just a day ago, billionaire businessman and former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg also pulled out of the Democratic Party’s race for the presidential nomination and instead endorsed current front-runner, former Vice-President Joe Biden. Also Read - Trump Impeachment: Democrats Release Report on Findings of US President's Abuse of Power
With this, the campaigns turned into a clear ideological battle between Vice President Joe Biden and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, the only two key candidates left in the race. However, Warren has not indicated who she will support.