Kentucky Senator Rand Paul announced on Wednesday morning that he is ending his presidential campaign. This follows former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee’s announcement on the night of the Iowa caucus that he was ending his campaign.
Only hours after Paul’s announcement, CNN reports that a third Republican presidential candidate is ending his presidential bid.
Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum will end his presidential campaign and hinted at a potential endorsement in the race.
Another GOP departure: CNN has learned @RickSantorum will exit race tonight. Plans endorsement.
— John King (@JohnKingCNN) February 3, 2016
On Tuesday, the Politistick reported on a highly embarrassing moment for Rick Santorum at the Iowa Caucus. While a Santorum precinct captain inadvertently revealed that he did not vote for Santorum at his caucus. Santorum, who edged out Mitt Romney in 2012 to win the Iowa Caucus, only secured one-percent of the vote, finishing in second to final place.
h/t Daily Caller