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Bolduc Backtracks after claiming he will run as the nominee

Bolduc Backtracks after claiming he will run as the nominee

Trump blames Bolduc for New Hampshire loss, saying he backed off claim the 2020 election was stolen

The former vice president has had an especially rocky year, and there is no more important contest than the primary for his party’s nomination. He has now had to backtrack after saying he would be willing to run as the nominee and accusing his rivals of stealing the New Hampshire primary from him.

It is a remarkable turn of events for an individual who was seen by many as the front-runner to win the nomination.

Bolduc said he had decided to back off his pledge to run unopposed, but he did not elaborate. “I don’t think I can back away from that commitment. I think this is one of the most important races in our country,” he said.

Bolduc was widely considered the favorite to win the nomination at the start of this year, until he had the most trouble winning in Iowa and then New Hampshire. His campaign fizzled out in Iowa, and he had to spend considerable time building momentum again in New Hampshire before earning a spot in the top two in the New Hampshire primary. The final primary is on 12 January 2020. There are now several Republicans who believe Bolduc will be the nominee—former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, former vice presidential nominee Mike Pence and former White House chief of staff Reince Priebus—who all appear to have backed away from their previous commitments.

Bolduc’s announcement comes after he was savaged by rival Pete Buttigieg, the mayor of South Bend, Indiana, who said in an interview that the former Pennsylvania senator “can’t even win Iowa” and that he was “desperate and pathetic”.

‘A great candidate’

“Buttigieg is the kind of candidate who wants to win on first-name basis in Iowa, in New Hampshire and then eventually in the general election, and that’s the kind of politician Democrats want,” Bolduc said on the NBC morning show Meet the Press.

“That’s not somebody who is going to win the nomination,” Bolduc added.

Bolduc, a senior senator from Iowa,

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