ABC News reports:
Marianne Williamson suspended her campaign for president, she announced on Wednesday night. The author and speaker placed a distant third during Tuesday night’s Nevada primary, earning just 3% of the tallied vote. President Joe Biden received 89%, and the option “none of these candidates” took 6%.
Williamson had continued her 2024 White House bid through the Nevada primary even as her campaign struggled with momentum and resources after the primary season got off to a chilly start for the candidate in New Hampshire. Rep. Dean Phillips and progressive commentator Cenk Uygur remain challengers of Biden.
Read the full article. From the opening of her clip below: “Sunsets are proof that endings can be beautiful, too.” Williamson memorably appeared here in 2019 when she declared that collective “mind power” had turned the path of Hurricane Dorian.
Much to be grateful for… pic.twitter.com/vbSP5b8yrD
— Marianne Williamson (@marwilliamson) February 8, 2024