It is both easy and enjoyable to make fun of Beto O'Rourke's flagging presidential campaign for the Democratic nomination, which the former Vanity Fair cover boy attempted to reboot this morning in his grief-stricken hometown of El Paso with a passionate speech that was delivered, his spokespeople helpfully inform us, "without a teleprompter or prepared remarks."
Princeton professor Eddie Glaude, The Daily Beast’s Sam Stein, USA TODAY columnist Raul Reyes, former Congressman David Jolly, former Assistant Director at the FBI Frank Figliuzzi, and former White House Comms Director Jennifer Palmieri on the Democratic candidates’ response to the deadly mass shootings and the president’s recent rhetoric
CLEAR LAKE, Iowa — Beto O’Rourke said that the United States, which has endured a bloody Civil War and, as recently as the 1960s, political assassinations, race riots and a Vietnam war that ultimately led to 58,000 U.S. casualties in a conflict most Americans opposed, is "more divided' and 'more highly polarized' in 2019 than ever before.
As a 1994 graduate of Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School, I was disappointed to read the Aug. 3 front-page article “For elite D.C. school, slaves were a business.” In 2016, led by Sister Mary Be
Presidential Candidate Beto O’Rourke says that his home state of Texas is in play for Democrats in 2020. And he breaks down how his health care plan will work.
Beto O'Rourke returned to his former congressional district and decried what he described as President Trump's attempts to stoke racism among Americans after a fatal mass shooting in El Paso. He said victims asked him for not only tighter gun safety laws, but to confront hate.
Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke believes there's room for competing views in the Democratic Party after moderates and progressives clashed during Tuesday night's fiery debate in Detroit.
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O’Rourke echoed the call by many Democrats to ban assault-style weapons.
Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke said that President Trump is attempting to move the national focus away from the recent mass shootings by peddling conspiracy theories about Jeffrey Epstein’s death.