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CNN’s Abby Phillip criticized No Labels for spending a lot of money but failing to recruit a candidate

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The centrist group No Labels couldn't find a candidate, leading to the end of the much-touted "unity ticket."

The centrist group No Labels couldn't find a candidate, ending the much-talked-about "unity ticket."

There was worry about a third-party run, especially among supporters of the President. Joe BidenThe President is already dealing with independent presidential runs by others. Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Cornel West, which some believe will take votes away from Biden in his rematch with former President Donald Trump. No Labels, spending millions to get on the ballot in 21 states, failed to recruit well-known politicians who didn't want to be involved..

The group's director told Fox News that No Labels couldn't find a strong leader. told Later, Abby Phillip discussed the unsuccessful effort on CNN NewsNight, questioning where all the money went.

Abby Phillip pointed out the wasteful spending of millions of dollars by No Labels, and wondered what would happen to the money now. Abby Phillip discussed the unsuccessful effort on CNN NewsNight.

expressing surprise at No Labels' failure to recruit anyone for their campaign.

Abby Phillip noted the large amount of money spent by No Labels and pondered its embarrassing end. Rina ShahAbby Phillip

“I mean, $70 million just in a dumpster set on fire,” Phillip said. “Where does this money go now?”

Jay Michaelson told Rolling Stone of he didn'tthat. The Rock said yes to Moana but said no to running for president with No Labels.

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