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Despite a disappointing fifth-place finish in New Hampshire, Joe Biden is staying positive that somehow his campaign will pick up some traction in the next primaries.
Skipping a scheduled Granite State campaign event on Tuesday night, the former Vice President instead headed straight to South Carolina to focus on voters there.
“I do love New Hampshire and I mean it,” Biden said, appearing alongside his wife Jill Biden... in South Carolina.
Bernie Sanders topped the first-in-the-nation primary with 26 percent of the vote, holding a slight lead over Pete Buttigieg. Amy Klobuchar rounded out the top 3.
"We just heard from the first two of 50 states. Not all the nation," Biden told supporters, adding, "It ain't over man. We're just getting started."
Should Biden remain in the race, or take a hint?!
Read more on the Los Angeles Times.