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Beto O’rourke in the headlines after the former Congressman was announced raised over $6 million US to start dollars in 24 hours, his presidential campaign-but his growing number of hand gestures, also to the attention of “The Five” on Monday.
“Jesse, you know what, I think, he steals her ‘I’m Watters, this is my world, what,'” Greg Gutfeld, told his co-commentator Jesse Watters. “He does it in every scene.”
Gutfeld earlier, like a damaged robot, as he mocked O’rourke’s criticism of the United States, the capitalist economy looked like.
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“As a guy who likes hand gestures, I have to marvel at some of these,” said Watters Gutfeld, before the display has used a couple of hand movements, O’Rouke.
President Trump weighed in Friday at the White house, suggesting that O’rourke’ saw s hand movements are “crazy”.
“I think he’s a lot of hand movement. I have never been so much movement of the hand. I said, ‘Is he crazy or is that just the way he acts?'” Trump told reporters. “I’ve actually never seen anything like it. You study ― I am sure you will agree.”
Tabloid TV show “Inside Edition” asked if O’rourke’s hand gestures could cost him the presidency.
The former Texas Rep. Beto O’rourke in the Central Park Coffee Company, in Mount Pleasant, Iowa, last Friday. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)
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While some commentators, such as Gutfeld said of the former Congressman’s hand gestures were “absurd,” co-Moderator Juan Williams pointed out that what is not absurd is the amount of money, O’rourke had raised and how much the Democrats took a Shine to him.
“People say, ‘we don’ T do not know him, we know his positions.’ Guess what, people like this guy,” said Williams. “He has great energy and you will see that some of the Obama people flock to his campaign.”