It’s not Tuesday, but it was another Super day for Joe Biden’s campaign.

After last week’s postponement of the Democratic National Convention to august due to the pandemic, where the party’s presidential candidate is elected, it was another week with important news in the race for the White House.

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, seeking his party’s nomination for the presidential race for the second time, dropped out of the race and announced his support for candidate Joe Biden.

Joe Biden seemed out of the race until he got to the vote in South Carolina. Super Tuesday began a series of crucial election victories for the Vice President in several states that made Sanders’ nomination increasingly unlikely. And with the current restrictions due to the pandemic, his campaign possibilities were increasingly limited.

On his Twitter page, Bernie Sanders justified the suspension of the campaign, explaining that the victory of his candidacy was virtually impossible and that, given the current crisis, the campaign should not continue and the party should focus on solving the problems that currently concern the country and the presidential race.

“I cannot in good conscience continue to mount a campaign that cannot win and which would interfere with the important work required of all of us in this difficult hour”,” Bernie Sanders said.

Bernie Sanders drops out of the race, but, he says, the movement lives on. In the video announcing the end of his campaign, he assures that he will not fail to seek votes in the remaining primaries, continuing to fight for delegates, so as to influence the party in the Convention that will occur in the summer. And he claims that the candidacy he submitted was never just a campaign, but, first of all, a movement.

“While this campaign is coming to an end, our movement is not”, he added.

The suspension of his campaign paves the way for the unity of the party around Joe Biden, who will presumably face President Trump in the race for the White House. Elections are scheduled for November 3.

Now it remains to be seen who will be his running mate. Joe Biden already announced he will pick a woman for the job.