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Talk radio host Dana Loesch argued 2020 White house hopeful Julian Castro is a “hypocrite” on the issue after his comments about gun control in the Democrat primary debate.
Julian Castro lives to campaign another day.
The presidential campaign of former San Antonio, Texas, mayor, later served as housing and urban development announced Secretary in the Obama administration on Friday that she took $ 800,000 in the last 10 days of October, get Castro had said was necessary in order to continue his candidacy for the democratic nomination.
The campaign highlighted that it raised $1 million during the entire month of October, nearly 50,000 donors.
CASTRO WARNED 10 DAYS AGO ITS CAMPAIGN TO “SILENCE WOULD BE GOOD,” WHEN HE REACH FUNDRAISING GOAL
“This campaign has defied expectations, said with the support of an army of dedicated, down-to-earth pendant” campaign manager Maya Rupert.
Castro, who has launched his long-shot offer in December last year, a long illuminated his underdog status as he runs for the nomination against many of the much better-known and better-financed competitors.
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Oct. 21, the candidate took in order to explain Twitter, “This is a critical moment – if my campaign to raise US $ 800,000 by October 31st, my campaign will be silenced for good. Help us fight.”
In their statement on Friday, Rupert a vow made: “We’re not going anywhere–Julián keep a voice for the voiceless and a champion for the Americans, who were left behind. We keep, raise important issues that others ignore, and to demonstrate, through an example, why Secretary Castro is the best candidate is Donald Trump.”
While Castro reach his fundraising goal, he encounters further obstacles.
He made the stage for the first four rounds of the Democratic presidential primary debates, but has yet to qualify for the fifth round, which will be held on Nov. 20 in Georgia. Castro’s reach the individual donor threshold, but remains short of reaching the polling criteria.