Booker: "I Need Help" to Keep Running for President

2020 Democrat Cory Booker has run a tumultuous campaign to become the next president of the United States. Since his time as a candidate, struggles to raise enough capital to remain in the raise are pretty much synonymous to the Booker campaign. Just last month, the country learned that Booker’s super PAC, Dream United, is closing due to failure to reach fundraising goals.

Cory Booker by Gage Skidmore, on Flickr

Cory Booker” (CC BY-SA 2.0) by Gage Skidmore

Now, with weeks left until primary voting commences, Cory Booker is, once again, hanging by a thread. Reports from Townhall confirm that Booker appeared on Face The Nation and admitted that his campaign is in a dire statement. Per the 2020 candidate’s own admission, he “needs help” in order to stay in the race and continue his longshot chance of winning the Democrat Party’s nomination.

A Closer Look at Why Booker Claims He “Needs Help”

When Booker spoke with Face The Nation host John Dickerson last night, Dickerson got straight to the point. The host asked the 2020 Democrat whether or not his campaign is essentially on its last leg and facing a “do-or-die” moment in terms of appearing on the sixth debate stage.

Booker responded by admitting that his campaign is, in fact, on its last leg and in need of “help” in order to make it. The candidate encouraged listeners to go to his website, donate funds, and get his campaign to a point where they can run “nonstop ads” in order to increase poll numbers. Booker also made sure to mention that his run for office is fueled by “individual contributions” and not “corporate PAC money.”

Another One Bites the Dust?

At this point, it’s highly likely that Booker’s campaign won’t make it through December. He’s been running for months and yet in all that time, none of what he’s had to say was enough to appeal to Americans or boost him in the polls. That, in and of itself, speaks volumes and Booker ought to be able to take the hint.

Cory Booker by Gage Skidmore, on Flickr

Cory Booker” (CC BY-SA 2.0) by Gage Skidmore

Knowing when you’ve lost is an important life skill. Thus far, Booker remains determined to stay in a race that he has absolutely no chance of winning. The sooner he drops out, the sooner he can stop wasting the time of himself, his supporters, and the rest of America.

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