Democratic presidential candidate Robert “Beto” O’Rourke paused his campaign to return to his hometown of El Paso, where a deranged gunman killed 22 people at a local shopping center on Aug. 3.
Now, after 12 days of photo ops with the grieving families of the victims and carefully choreographed profane rants blaming President Trump for the tragedy, O’Rourke is re-launching his presidential campaign with “new, bold solutions” that will “focus heavily on three key issues: racism, white supremacy and guns,” NBC News reports.
O’Rourke’s “major address” Thursday is his latest attempt to attract attention to his floundering campaign, which is plagued by lackluster fundraising, flat polling, small event crowds, and desperate social media antics. […]
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