Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton officially rescinded her bid for president at an Iowa campaign appearance Saturday.
“Just two months ago, I promised that I’d listen to every voice through my town hall meetings, web chats, and trips to communities across the country,” said Clinton, whose opponents have accused her of being out of touch with average voters. “America, you spoke clearly and with conviction—and I listened. And so I say to you today: Let the conversation end.”
Polls showed that immediately following her speech, Clinton’s approval numbers skyrocketed all across the South, wide swaths of the Midwest, scattered pockets of the Northeast, and in California, Alaska, Nevada, North Dakota, South Dakota, Hawaii, and Ohio.
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