Once the clear frontrunner expected to dominate the 2020 Democratic field, Joe Biden's campaign continues to falter, as the former vice president collapsed to a fifth-place finish in the New Hampshire presidential primary Tuesday.
Biden threw in the towel early, leaving the state before the polls even closed. He captured zero delegates and less than 9 percent of the vote.
"Tonight we just heard from the first two of 50 states. Just two," Biden said in response to his abysmal showings in Iowa and New Hampshire. "It ain't over man. We're just getting started."
? Bernie Sanders won New Hampshire, followed closely by Pete Buttigieg. Amy Klobuchar took third place, and Elizabeth Warren faltered to fourth.