nearvideo short honeymoon? Beto O’rourke surfaces increases the focal point of the media
Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’rourke is trying to play a prank on his wife by giving her a stool he pulled from one of their children, an avocado, a friend of the couple told The “Washington Post was in diapers.”
An ultra-thin profile of the couple, which was released Tuesday, and the title “Are Amy and Beto O’rourke, the future of the policy?” described the former Congressman as “impulsive and Goblin-like” in character, suggested to his future wife on April Fool’s Day.
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Neither Beto nor Amy O’rourke to confirm, would be denied the baby poop story, even though neither The Post reported that O’rourke told the paper, it sounded like something he would do. The O’rourke have three children: Ulysses, Molly, and Henry. It was not clear which child supplied the raw material for the reported string.
The Post report also said that O’rourke used a remote-controlled cockroach in the kitchen of the family and trying to scare his wife in the shower, a la Anthony Perkins in 1960, Alfred Hitchcock classic “Psycho”.
O ‘ Rourke, who almost crashes US Sen Ted Cruz in last year’s midterm elections, was the last Democrat to enter the presidential election last week. Almost immediately after O’rourke, his hat tossed in the ring, he was criticized for saying that his wife, their three children, “sometimes with my help,” which will stop in several of the campaign in Iowa.
O’rourke said the criticism of his “ham-handed” mark attempt to his wife at work in their marriage was “legal.”
“Not only that, I said don’t say that, but I’m much more thoughtful in the ways that I talk about my marriage,” he said.
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The controversy didn’t seem to lessen, and the enthusiasm among his Fans. On Monday, the O’rourke’s campaign announced that it had raised more than $6 million online with a day of his announcement, the most reported of a 2020 candidate.
O’rourke raised $80 million in grassroots donations in his race against Cruz last year, while largely avoiding, the money from the PACs.
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The Associated Press contributed to this report.