nearvideo road to 2020: Bill de Blasio includes primary field, Beto O’rourke live streams his hair cut
Democrats try to stand out, to grow as the 2020 primary field.
The “Fox & Friends” hosts weighed in on Thursday morning, the last in the 2020 race, including New York City mayor Bill de Blasio announces his run, and Beto O’rourke livestreaming a haircut appointment.
To declare De Blasio set his campaign on Thursday morning, the 23-candidate race for the democratic nomination.
Brian Kilmeade, Steve Doocy and Ainsley Earhardt pointed out a New York Post op-ed, calling his candidacy a “farce.” Meanwhile, a Quinnipiac poll showed that 76 percent of New York City voters want de Blasio run for President.
“We don’t want to lose him Kilmeade, joked,” with the argument that de Blasio and Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D), “despise each other” and the state “pays the price”.
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Ainsley Earhardt said, trying the 23 candidates, to do something to stand out from the crowd and appeal to the voters, including O’rourke’s latest livestream.
The video, in which he spoke, of the voters, while a hair cut, get immediate criticism on Twitter.
“You try to get attention,” said Ainsley Earhardt, having regard to the previous Texas Congressman’s previous livestream from his dentist appointment.
Steve Doocy, said O’rourke referred to it as an “impromptu town hall,” talking about education and other topics.
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