Trump Ironically Knocks Beto O'Rourke's Hand Movements

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"I want to get your reaction to Beto O'Rourke's announcement that he's running for president", CNN's Alisyn Camerota asked the OH senator. "Is he insane or is that just how he acts?" and predicted victory over the eventual Democratic nominee. So I've never seen hand movement - I watched him a little while this morning - doing I assume it was some kind of a news conference. "A question for me, as a woman, is 'Why did you lose?"

O'Rourke said that Trump's firing of former FBI Director James Comey is proof that he may have obstructed justice.

"Whoever it is, I'll take him or her on", he said. Now, in a series of interviews, CDC members have acknowledged O'Rourke as one of their own. "(Welcome, Beto!)" Warren's campaign wrote in a fundraising email Thursday afternoon, hours after O'Rourke officially announced his campaign.

But as late-night host Jimmy Fallon admitted that night, he had a hard time focusing on O'Rourke's earnest rhetoric as the 46-year-old began his first day of presidential campaigning.

Beto is banking on his sacharrine positivity as the ultimate antidote to President Trump's honest saltiness.

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That said, Trump is the last person to mock someone for overusing their hands, given that, when he's speaking at rallies, he looks like he's "conducting every single orchestra in the world at the same time". "In fact, if the race comes down to Trump verses Beto, the debates are going to look like every fighting game we remember from the arcade", he joked, before running a debate-fight simulation of the two. With each hand motion, the men hurled fireballs at each other or erected glowing shields.

O'Rourke, 46, gained national recognition for his slim loss in his 2018 attempt to unseat Republican Sen.

"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. 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. A Twitter account for the dog has also cropped up in the past few days.

The field has been awaiting O'Rourke's decision for months.

"I have nothing to say to that", he told CNN. "I think there are very bright people running from all across the political spectrum".