Only two nights ago, Mitt Romney promised his presidential campaign would continue on. But it won’t.
He is to make the announcement in a speech to the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington.
Romney was far behind in delegates after John McCain swept winner-take-all states in the Northeast and also won California and other big states on Super Tuesday.
But even as he huddled Wednesday with key advisers at his Boston campaign headquarters, a spokesman insisted that Romney was in the race for the long haul.
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