Beto O'Rourke enters presidential conversation, but what are his chances?

Beto O'Rourke enters presidential conversation, but what are his chances?

Beto O'Rourke enters presidential conversation, but what are his chances?

If President Trump faces Beto O'Rourke in the general election, he apparently has two lines of attack ready: The Texan's hands and name. "I've never seen so much hand movement", Trump told reporters. I've seen "wild, wild country" and I know how these "movements" end, and it's usually in the toilet.

"It depends on what kind of experience you're looking for", O'Rourke responded, insisting he has experience "hiring people" and "creating jobs" and "developing the economy of the community in which I live".

O'Rourke said that Trump's firing of former FBI Director James Comey is proof that he may have obstructed justice. Ted Cuz, he said Trump should be impeached.

We're told that O'Rourke wasn't involved in the more nefarious parts of the hacker ring's activities, such as the development of tools to control hijacked Windows PCs.

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After graduating from Columbia, O'Rourke first moved to Brooklyn, then later returned home to El Paso, where he would become a city councilor and start his political career.

Throughout the day, social media users were equally obsessed with O'Rourke's hands and their inability to stay still, pointing to his official announcement video and clips of him in Iowa as examples. "Let's bring out the absolute best from our fellow Americans - every single one of them from every single community", he added. Recently, Bernie Sanders, who has also announced his 2020 presidential bid, expressed his support for legalizing marijuana.

"I think we have an embarrassment of riches among the Democrats who are running", Harris said.

Klobuchar said she does not believe O'Rourke tightens her lane - "I don't think there's lanes yet" - and dodged a question about his ability to raise money after he raised and spent $80 million in his Texas Senate race. While there are innocuous pieces like O'Rourke imagining a world without money, there's one piece where he and a Jewish friend of his questioned a Neo-Nazi on his beliefs, and another is a fictional essay that takes the perspective of a crazed psychopath who gets a rush out of killing people. Peiter "Mudge" Zatko, one of the most prominent members of the group, famously had a stint with DARPA in the early 2010s where he oversaw a number of infosec projects at the military research operation.

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