Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders will reportedly "assess his campaign" after losing to Joe Biden in Tuesday's primaries. The Sanders campaign released a statement saying with the next primary contest at least three weeks away, Senator Sanders is "going to be having conversations with supporters to assess his campaign."
The statement added that in "the immediate term," Sanders is "focused on the government response to the coronavirus outbreak and ensuring we take care of working people and the most vulnerable."
Either way, Sanders is clearly feeling the pressure as he allegedly swore at a reporter who asked about the “assessing.” When CNN correspondent Manu Raju asked about Sanders’ timeframe for making a decision, he says Sanders spat back, "I'm dealing with a f***ing global crisis."
Meantime, former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld has formally suspended his campaign for the Republican nomination. Weld's announcement come a day after President Trump earned enough delegates to formally clinch the nomination. Weld had earned only a single delegate in the race.
Source: National Review