Beto O & Rourke: Better late than never?
The former Texas Congressman started in 2002 with a huge amount of fanfare (and money, with $ 6 million collected on his first day as a candidate). But not much since then.
O & Rourke has really looked lost in the last few months in the race, a feeling that is characterized by his barely existing performance in the first debates of the presidential contest last month. The one notable moment for O'Rourke in this debate was a bad one; He was beaten by the former mayor of San Antonio, Julián Castro, for alleged lack of knowledge and specificities about tackling the immigration crisis in the country.
In the run-up to today's debate, the O & Rourke campaign has acknowledged this. It was not at its best in the first sentence and promised to get better this time. "I think something must happen to me more than I give these answers," O Rourke recently told Jemele Hill of South Bend, Indiana, in a concerted manner ̵
1; assuming that Mayor Pete stolen the inspirational Mojo from Beto and that this debate is the perfect time to steal it back.
One big difference, of course, is that you say that you're getting better and more aggressive, that you actually come on stage and do it.
To put it bluntly: This is not O & Rourkes last chance. He has already achieved the higher qualifications for the third and fourth debates in September and October, so he is back on stage no matter what happens tonight. But what will probably decide tonight is whether he will be a bit of a player in these debates or a real contender for the nomination.
The Point : The stakes are very, very high for O & # 39 ;. Rourke. Another debate could put him in a very bad position.
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