Bobby Jindal drops out of crowded GOP field for president
The Republican field for president is thinning out just a bit as Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal said it's not his time and is dropping out of the race.
Jindal was among the field of over a dozen candidates that started the race, but failed to get any momentum.
The 44-year-old governor said he wasn't ready to endorse another candidate but, intended to support the eventual Republican presidential nominee.
Term-limited and out of office in January, Jindal said he will work with a think-tank he started a few years ago, called America Next, to devise what he called "A blueprint for making this the American century."