Former Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson has quit his presidential campaign on Tuesday after a very poor performance in the Iowa caucuses.

In Monday’s Iowa caucuses, Hutchinson had gathered a measly 0.2%, coming sixth place with zero delegates. Per a tabulation cited by Fox News, the longshot candidate garnered less than 200 votes out of over 110,000 votes cast in the caucuses. However, he said on Tuesday that he stands by the campaign he ran despite his performance.

“I stand by the campaign I ran. I answered every question, sounded the warning to the GOP about the risks in 2024 and presented hope for our country’s future,” he said.

Hutchinson, a former congressman, launched his presidential campaign last year in April in his state.

While he positioned himself as a conservative with decades of political service and a vocal critic of former President Donald Trump, his fundraising efforts and poll numbers never picked up, as he always polled in very low single digits.

If there’s anything Monday’s results show, it is that Hutchinson’s constant criticism of Trump is not getting him the support he needs. In November, during a major GOP presidential nomination cattle call held in Florida, a crowd jeered the former governor after he repeated his belief that a jury will find Trump guilty on a felony offense in 2024.

“That may or may not happen. Before you vote in March and it might not make any difference to you, but it will make a difference for our chances to attract independent voters in November. It will make a difference for those down ticket races for Congress and Senate, and it will weaken the GOP for decades to come. As a party, we must support the rule of law,” he stated.

With Hutchinson out of the game, the once-large GOP pool of presidential aspirants leaves Trump, who recorded a landslide win in the caucuses, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who had second place, former South Carolina Gov, who came third and other longshot candidates including lesser known candidate Ryan Blinkey, who came fifth.

Biotech entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy, who came fourth, dropped his campaign on Monday night and endorsed Trump.

Announcing his decision at his post-caucus event, he said, “Now this is a campaign founded on speaking the truth. Not just when it’s easy, but when it’s hard…And so I will stick to the truth tonight. The first hard truth and this was hard for me, I gotta admit this, but we’ve looked at it every which way. And I think it is true that we did not achieve the surprise that we wanted to deliver tonight… As of this moment, we are going to suspend this presidential campaign.”