Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is reportedly set to "reassess" his 2020 campaign.
After not being favored to win any Super Tuesday contest other than the Democratic caucuses in American Samoa, The Associated Press reports that Bloomberg "plans to reassess on Wednesday whether he should stay in the race."
NBC News is also reporting that Bloomberg campaign officials plan to "take another look" at the campaign on Wednesday to "see whether there's a reason to continue."
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In a speech Tuesday night, Bloomberg told supporters that "no matter how many delegates we win tonight, we've done something no one else thought was possible" by becoming a "contender" in the race. Bloomberg had reportedly faced calls from some campaign advisers to drop out of the race after former Vice President Joe Biden easily won the South Carolina Democratic primary, although Vanity Fair also reported he "would consider dropping out after Super Tuesday if there continues to be no path."
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