nearvideo John Hickenlooper, says the democratic party is a ‘big tent’
Former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper weighs whether or not there is room for a moderate candidate in the 2020 Democratic presidential primary field.
The democratic presidential candidate John Hickenlooper touts his record as the co-founder of a successful chain of craft beer pubs and has some fun in a new digital display.
“I would like to my experience and the bridge-building collaborative spirit of the craft-beer in the White house,” the long-shot for the democratic nomination says in its video campaign, adding that he wants to bring a case, “the harmony, hope, and hops to Washington.”
FORMER COLORADO GOV. HICKENLOOPER JUMPS IN THE 2020 RACE
Hickenlooper, a geologist by training, together with four partners in 1988, in the opening of the Wynkoop Brewing Company, one of the country’s first pubs. The brew pub growth stoked to Do the dramatic redevelopment of the Lo-district of Denver, and as a result, he has to be to attract the success of small businesses, the election and re-election as mayor. Hickenlooper then served two terms as Colorado Governor.
In the display Hickenlooper emphasized that “as a successful Governor, mayor and the craft brewer, I the American crisis, the division’s understand. But we can’t let hazy IPA and pastries stout divide our nation more.”
And he adds that “we cannot allow party politics to divide us either. The fact is, I am the only candidate for the presidency, of the yeast with 16 years of exceptional success working with Democrats and Republicans, and the ale and the lager.”
Hickenlooper campaign, said on Fox News that you run some money behind the digital spot-it online.
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The former Governor, known as a bit of a comedian, even joked, via Twitter, with the President, Trump-daughter Ivanka.
Trump on Sunday tweeted that since her father, the election of the President, Colorado has seen an increase in average hourly wages, the creation of 143,900 new jobs and an increase in the employment rate.
“Let’s keep winning Colorado!”, she added.
Her tweet came a day before your visit to the state, the tour of Lockheed Martin, with offices in the context of your push for apprenticeships.
While Ivanka Trump was in Colorado, Hickenlooper responded, tweeting, “Hey @Ivanka trump, I’m a candidate for President on the basis of our economic success in Colorado. Can I count on your support?”