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O’rourke, Castro pandered too much to the Spanish debate, Fox Nation, David Webb says

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Fox Nation host David Webb as compared to 2020, the President hopes Beto O’rourke and Julian Castro Hillary Clinton following Wednesday evening’s Democratic presidential debate, saying that you have to satisfy both overemphasized Spanish pronunciation, the nation’s Latino population.

O’rourke, Castro and Cory Booker to give a portion of their time to dual-answers in English and Spanish, but Webb said it came across as insincere and transparent.

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“Let’s talk-debate-tactic[s] for a moment,” Webb said. “There were some things that she did tonight was that all about positioning yourself. Beto O’rourke, with out, speaking in Spanish, leads, that,” Webb said in a post-debate panel on the Fox Nation.

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Webb said O’rourke, and other Spanish-speaking candidates too much emphasis on their accents, to try as a way to appear authentic and said Castro’s style reminded him of Hillary Clinton as she would stump for votes.

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“Did anyone catch Julian Castro and the way he overemphasized the pronunciation of the name in Spanish-that was his Hillary Clinton moment? They fall in the sound, if you need to use it.”

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