Senator Kamala Harris, who up until last night was a candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination, has announced that she would be pulling out of the race.
Posting a video to Twitter, she cited the costs of running a campaign as the primary reason for her dropping out.
She stated that she is still in the "fight", but not in the race. "My campaign for president simply doesn’t have the financial resources we need to continue," she said.
Harris's campaign had been controversial with voters, with The New York Times detailing the issues with her campaign and the policies she had changed her stance on during her race. One writer in The Guardian today said that she believes Harris couldn't relate to women of colour suffering in America.
Harris called the called the decision the "hardest" of her life. Of course, there was one person that was less than sympathetic...
President Donald Trump seemingly sarcastically tweeted: "Too bad. We will miss you Kamala!"
Harris shot back with, "Don’t worry, Mr. President. I’ll see you at your trial", a reference to the ongoing impeachment investigations against Trump and her continued involvement in politics. Right now, it's unclear what's next for either Harris or Trump.