O'Rourke Says He Still Supports Trump Impeachment

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When CNN's Dana Bash asked him whether he would rule out ever running for president, O'Rourke hedged.

Another one naturally couldn't resist the temptation to compare the snobbish remarks to over 500,000 Americans "living and dying on the streets", while Ms Cruz's better half "strips health care and Social Security from everyone". As a result, Cruz spoke mostly to his base.

A onetime punk rocker, O'Rourke has become a political star in national liberal circles as he tries to become Texas' first Democrat to win statewide office since 1994. "Texas is seeing the benefits of low taxes and low regulations, and Congressman O'Rourke's position is always, always, always in favor of higher taxes". It also included a line that allowed for the reauthorization of the Federal Aviation Administration and other small health care programs. The incumbent senator issued a 30-second online ad in late August titled "Completely Ridiculous" knocking the representative for voting against "Hurricane Harvey tax relief".

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O'Rourke has held true to his promise not to accept PAC money. "They gave O'Rourke a look". This year, JStreetPAC has bundled roughly $187,000 in donations for O'Rourke, according to Federal Election Commission records. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, at an airport on Wednesday over his vote to confirm Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, a USA Today report said. They don't necessarily like him.

How many votes did Cruz miss? O'Rourke accused Cruz of not doing enough to stand up to Trump when it came to Russian Federation and that the state needs a "full-time senator" rather than someone who concentrates on running for president. When the women attacked Cruz for supporting Kavanaugh's confirmation, he had the ideal response, saying, "Thank you for expressing your First Amendment Rights". Last month, activists stormed a Washington DC restaurant and shouted "we believe survivors" as the Texas senator was sitting with his wife. Still, Cruz has been a full-throated supporter of Trump's since they battled during the presidential race - and hopes that the joint appearance will assuage some conservatives around the state who were angered by the past animosity. "It's actually standing up and fighting for the people of Texas". Still, it's a position that most candidates from both parties have avoided.

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