Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson, a self-help guru and Oprah Winfrey pal who talked about a "dark psychic force" in America, suspended her outsider campaign for the 2020 nomination on Friday. Her belief was that President Donald Trump won because he exploited fear, not because of policy; therefore, she would run on a platform that love would overcome fear.
Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson speaks at a the Faith, Politics and the Common Good Forum, at Franklin Jr. "I feel that we have done that".
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Williamson started her campaign with both an unconventional résumé for a would-be president and an unconventional message of healing the country's divisions with spiritualism and love.
"As of today, I am suspending my campaign", added Williamson.
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The author and speaker qualified only for the first two Democratic debates this past summer but quickly rose to fame over the Internet, becoming the most-searched-for candidate during the July 30 CNN broadcast and gaining 17,135 new Twitter followers over the next day.
Williamson also made controversial comments suggesting she's skeptical of vaccinations, which are widely regarded in the medical community as safe and effective, and grew testy in interviews when asked about the issue.
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According to an average of polls conducted in May, Democrats were not very familiar with Williamson; 13 percent of them had a favorable impression of her, 10 percent had an unfavorable one and the remainder didn't have an opinion. Earlier this month, she had laid off her campaign staff but said she would continue running without them. In the third quarter of 2019, her cash flow slowed to a trickle, amounting to approximately $3 million versus the eight-figure hauls brought in by top-tier candidates like Bernie Sanders ($25.3 million) and Elizabeth Warren ($24.6 million). In 2018, she spoke to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency about having recently attended High Holiday services at an Orthodox synagogue and visiting Israel many times in recent years.