Shark Tank judge Kevin O'Leary dropped out of the running to lead Canada's Conservative Party on Wednesday, according to The Globe and Mail. O'Leary told the publication that his decision to withdraw from the race is because he can't win the general election due to lack of support in Quebec.

"It's for the sake of the party that I do this, and the country," O'Leary told The Globe and Mail. "Because I can't deliver Quebec."

O'Leary, who is also the chairman of O'Shares Investments, originally said on January 18 that he would run, and make Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's life "absolute hell." He attributed his decision to Trudeau's policy decisions.

The announcement comes the same day as the 14 candidates are expected to gather for the final debate. Now that's he out, O'Leary will endorse his former opponent Maxime Brenier and encourages his follower based to so the same. Elections for the Conservative Party are set to take place on May 27 and Canada's general election are schedule for October 21, 2019.

"The worst thing for me to do is to win the leadership and lose the election," O'Leary told The Globe and Mail. "That is a disaster for everybody involved here."