New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has suspended his campaign for the White House after failing to break out of a crowded pack of candidates dominated by Donald Trump.
Christie announced the move Wednesday afternoon in a meeting with his staff, according to a person close to the campaign.
Christie never expected to do well in the Iowa caucuses, but the second-term governor had staked his White House ambitions on a strong showing in New Hampshire, spending more than 70 days on the trail there. But he finished a disappointing sixth and last night announced he would scrap a scheduled trip to South Carolina and return to New Jersey to reassess.
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