Nothing against Lincoln Chafee personally, but his chances of winning the Democrat nomination for president were steady at zero percent (that’s metric, right?) ever since he announced. Hillary Clinton likely has the nomination sewn up, no matter how many people #FeelTheBern, and the former Rhode Island governor never did figure out how to make voters #FeelTheChafe.
I look forward to speaking at DNC Women's Forum tomorrow morning. I'll address my future in the campaign there. #chafee2016
— Lincoln Chafee (@LincolnChafee) October 23, 2015
So when Chafee tweeted that he’d be addressing the future of his campaign on Friday, most figured it could mean only one thing.
— Eli Yokley (@eyokley) October 23, 2015
— John DePetro Radio (@JohnDePetroshow) October 23, 2015
@LincolnChafee Adding staff or dropping out? (I figure it's one or the other…)
— Bob Plain (@bobplain) October 23, 2015
@LincolnChafee please tell me you are going to stay in the race :, (
— Hector A. Salamanca (@HectorASalamanc) October 23, 2015
— Sons of Reagan (@SonsofReagan) October 23, 2015
@LincolnChafee that debate performance was the worst I have seen in 40 years of watching them.
— Barton Biggs (@RealBartonBiggs) October 23, 2015
@LincolnChafee No offense, you seem like a really nice guy.
— Jacob™ (@JacobUSMCGS) October 23, 2015
@LincolnChafee should be a short speech….
— RON COULTER (@RONCOULTER) October 23, 2015