The former US representative Beto O’Rourke took into account disadvantages from his first round debates and participated pretty good in the latest debates on the presidency in 2020. Besides, O’Rourke applied his performance to the debates as a candidate.
“I’m running for president because I believe that America discovers its greatness at its moments of greatest need. This moment will define us forever, and I believe that in this test, America will be redeemed,” he denounced.
O’Rourke did not chance to succeed on Tuesday, nevertheless the El Paso native spoke out much better than previous race for the US Senate towards Ted Cruz. The CNN debates were estimated as a clash between liberals and moderate candidates discussing healthcare and immigration.
O’Rouke escaped those question. He was getting ready to less mechanical and rote answers and sticked to a position of “let Beto be Beto”. He was noticed to be the most concerned when raised his native government as if totally knew what to do.
“There is a new battleground state: Texas, and it has 38 Electoral College votes,” he said.
He mentioned Texas several times, even drawing the conclusion.
“Those 38 Electoral College votes in Texas are now in play, and I can win them. That is how we defeat Donald Trump in November 2020, and how we bring this divided country together again in January of 2021.”
O’Rourke got a law rating in majority of the recent polls.He should make a breakthrough to start his campaign.Nevertheless, he got his right to take part in the further round in Houston.
He discussed with Montana Governor Steve Bullock, South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, former U.S. Representative John Delaney of Maryland, former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper, U.S. Representative Tim Ryan of Ohio, U.S. Senators Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, Bernie Sanders of Vermont and Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and author Marianne Williamson. Only one person who did not support the debate was Julián Castro.
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