News

No breakout moment in the debate, for Castro, but a long-shot, vows to ‘keep fighting’

in the vicinity ofthe video which in 2020, a Democrat, came out on top at the 4. Presidential Debate?

Democratic strategist Chuck Rocha breaks down the winners and losers from the Democratic debate.

WESTERVILLE, Ohio – If there is someone of a great night is needed in the fourth round of the democratic presidential nomination debate – it’s Julian Castro.

Barely registering in the polls and with less than 700,000 US dollars of campaign cash on hand, the former San Antonio, Texas, mayor, who later served as Housing and Urban Development secretary under President Barack Obama of the possibility that its appearance can be in the debate at the Otterbein University in suburban Columbus, Ohio, well, the last time he makes the stage.

BUTTIGIEG AND O’ROURKE CLASH ABOUT GUNS DURING THE DEBATE

Castro grabbed just 8.2 minutes of speaking time in the debate – the third fewest of the record-breaking 12 candidates on the stage – and not the result of a breakout moment.

But in an interview with Fox News in the spin room after the debate, Castro vowed that he would fight, even if not in November, cut, and optimistic said, it could qualify would be for the next debate.

“I will continue to fight. I believe that with hard work, we can do the next debate in Atlanta. We have about three and to do a half weeks. So I’m going to continue to work hard to get there,” he said.

Castro’s comments are in contrast to his dire warning to Fans, in a fundraising E-Mail late last week.

“I don’t say this lightly: If I do that, the next debate to the stage, it stressed the end of my campaign,” Castro.

FOX NEWS’ BRETT BAIER ON DEBATE WINNERS AND LOSERS

Until today, eight candidates had to say, you have qualified you are – in alphabetical order – are former Vice President Joe Biden, Sen. Cory Booker from New Jersey, South Bend, Indiana, mayor Pete Buttigieg, Sr., Kamala Harris in California and Bernie Sanders of Vermont business man and progressive and environmental advocate Tom Steyer, Sen. Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts, and tech entrepreneur Andrew Yang.

After the debate, it was difficult to find a political expert, praised Castro’s performance.

Democratic presidential candidate Julian Castro speaks with reporters in the spin room after the fourth round of the Democratic primary debate in Westerville, Ohio, on Oct. 15, 2019

But the question of Fox News contributed, if his debate performance help him in his goal of the next debate stage, the candidate said, “I think so. It is a scramble to be at the time with 12 people is always there, but I made the most of the time, I get. I was very keen on issues of interest to the people and I think that will make a difference.”

And he touted on Twitter that “the donations come from all over the Republic.”

Castro also took aim of the media-hosts for the debate by CNN and the New York Times, told reporters in the spin room and emphasize on Twitter that it was “three hours and no questions tonight about climate, housing or immigration. Climate change is an existential threat. America has a housing crisis. Children are still in cages at our border.”

Follow us

Don't be shy, get in touch. We love meeting interesting people and making new friends.

Most popular