Beto O'Rourke says he still supports impeaching Trump

Cheryl Sanders
October 20, 2018

After all, Cruz has aligned himself with a president who in 2016 insulted his wife and baselessly accused his father of killing JFK, and in this election, has tried to win votes using O'Rourke's denouncement of the Dallas police officer who killed 26-year-old Botham Jean in his own home.

Tonight, President Trump is headed to Montana to campaign against Democrat Senator John Tester.

"I said, 'Look, he's dishonest, '" O'Rourke explained.

After embracing President Donald Trump's infamous name-calling tactic last Tuesday, Beto O'Rourke is now re-thinking the decision, admitting he got caught up in a tense debate.

"To quote George Will, a very conservative columnist, when we saw him on that stage in Helsinki defending Vladimir Putin, the head of the country that attacked our democracy in 2016 instead of this country, its citizens, and this fantastic democracy".

"Shame on you Ted Cruz, shame on you Ted Cruz, shame on you Ted Cruz, shame on you Ted Cruz", the women chanted.

"I would liken impeachment to an indictment".

"There is enough there to proceed to a trial", he declared, CNN reported. "I know that this is not politically easy or convenient to talk about, but 242 years into this experiment. nothing guarantees us a 243rd or a 244th".

Ted Cruz, R-Texas, in the midterm election - said it is still an "open question" as to whether there was collusion between President Donald Trump's campaign and Russian Federation. He said that he could take voters "for granted", but he said he doesn't want to do that because he wants to incorporate everyone's story into his campaign.

O'Rourke told CNN's Bash Thursday night he had some regrets about the comment. Ted Cruz, said at a CNN town hall reiterated his belief that Trump should be impeached, saying "there is enough there" to begin the impeachment process.

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