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    Presidential Hopefuls O’Malley, Huckabee End 2016 Presidential Campaign

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    Former Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley and former Arkansas Governor, Republican Mike Huckabee have suspended their 2016 bid for the US presidency, according to local media reports.

    DES MOINES (Sputnik) — O’Malley will no longer run for the Democratic presidential nomination, the Washington Post reported.

    According to the latest results of the Iowa caucus, O’Malley has received 0.6 percent of the Democratic caucus voters.

    "I am officially suspending my campaign," Huckabee wrote in a Twitter message on Monday. "Thank you for all your loyal support."

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