Trevor Noah Compares Beto O’Rourke’s Hand Gestures To Donald Trump’s

Trevor Noah Compares Beto O’Rourke’s Hand Gestures To Donald Trump’s

Ronald Pratt
March 16, 2019

Beto O'Rourke's freshly announced 2020 White House run has been dismissed as vainglorious by some, but it generated significant excitement among others attracted by media hype and his undoubted charisma.

"Well I think he's got a lot of hand movement, I've never seen so much hand movement", the president told reporters. I've seen "wild, wild country" and I know how these "movements" end, and it's usually in the toilet.

Branham said while O'Rourke is a viable candidate, he said he thinks O'Rourke will face different challenges from the Senate race with so many well-known and well-funded Democratic competitors.

Pelosi has reserved the right to change her mind depending on what comes out of the Mueller probe, but made clear her priority is voting Trump out in 2020 and hanging on to the House, which she said the divisiveness of impeachment could scuttle. "(Welcome, Beto!)" Warren's campaign wrote in a fundraising email Thursday afternoon, hours after O'Rourke officially announced his campaign.

"Think, a free society with no high, middle, or low classification of it's [sic] people", O'Rourke reportedly said in one of his writings.

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Author Joseph Menn spoke to Reuters about his upcoming book, Cult of the Dead Cow: How the Original Hacking Supergroup Might Just Save the World - which includes reporting on O'Rourke's involvement with the hackers. No one person can meet them on their own.

"Even though he lost to Ted Cruz, he'd come much closer than just about any Democrat could so that gives him some credibility he wouldn't otherwise have", said University of Houston political science professor Dr. David Branham.

"'There may be an open question as to whether the President, then the candidate, sought to collude with the Russian government in 2016", O'Rourke told CNN last October during his failed Senate run.

The Times notes the similarities between Amy Sanders O'Rourke, Nancy Reagan and Barbara Bush, who all frequently offered silent support for their husbands during important moments. But his advisers have been signaling to Democratic operatives in Iowa and New Hampshire that the former vice president is ready to make the leap, likely in early April.