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WASHINGTON, DC - Feb. 07: Presidential candidate Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., speaks to the Conservative Political Action Conference two hours after former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney told CPAC that he suspended his campaign for president Thursday, clearing the main obstacle from McCain's path to secure the Republican nomination. Romney's departure, announced in a speech to conservative activists in Washington, came two days after a poor showing on Super Tuesday left him badly trailing McCain. He told the CPAC that continuing his campaign would hamper his party's effort to oppose either New York Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton or Illinois Sen. Barack Obama in the November general election. (Photo by Scott J. Ferrell/Congressional Quarterly)

WASHINGTON, DC - Feb. 07: Presidential candidate Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., speaks to the Conservative Political Action Conference two hours after former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney told CPAC that he suspended his campaign for president Thursday, clearing the main obstacle from McCain's path to secure the Republican nomination. Romney's departure, announced in a speech to conservative activists in Washington, came two days after a poor showing on Super Tuesday left him badly trailing...
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