Adviser: Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry to drop out of 2016 White House bid

By REUTERS
September 12, 2015 00:29

 
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Republican presidential candidate and former Texas governor Rick Perry will reportedly drop out of the 2016 running for the White House, according to a Perry campaign adviser.

No reason has yet been cited for the sudden departure.

This was Perry's second attempt at running for president, having failed in 2008 during the Republican primaries.

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