After polling at a humiliating (less than) one-half of one percent, Scott Walker has apparently realized that, maybe, 2016 just isn’t his year. At a press conference set for 6 p.m. Eastern, Walker is expected to withdraw his candidacy.

The Wisconsin governor has been on a steady downswing since entering the race as everyone’s trendy presidential pick, what with his distaste for livable minimum wages and lady parts both. But after being called “a national disgrace” by the AFL-CIO and registering at a solid asterisk on the polls, Walker’s reign of terror on our TVs has finally, mercifully come to end.

Two down, 347 more to go.

[h/t New York Times]

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