"If I were to run, I think it's just so important that those who would comprise my team looked like this country", O'Rourke said. I've seen "wild, wild country" and I know how these "movements" end, and it's usually in the toilet. He posted an image of a happier-looking Artemis on Twitter during the 2017 dog show, saying, "Kids and I agree that Artemis is best in show". Trump wouldn't comment on whether he saw O'Rourke or Joe Biden as the bigger threat, but said: "Whoever it is, I'll take him or her on".
How Congress chooses to address "those set of facts and the findings which I believe are soon to see from the Mueller report" is "up to them", O'Rourke informed her.
After months of ignoring states that vote early in the presidential nominating process, O'Rourke made his first-ever trip to Iowa - popping into a coffee shop in the town of Keokuk while many cable networks went live. "Every time you do a news conference, you look like you're playing an invisible accordion".
Noah reluctantly agreed with Trump, saying Beto looks like one of those things at the vehicle wash that waves its arms in the wind.
O'Rourke emphatically denied he would even run for president, and lied through his piano key teeth insisting he'd never seek the top job.
O'Rourke is scheduled to visit Iowa later Thursday and has three full days of political events planned there.
Alice Davis, a retired teacher from Burlington, said O'Rourke "seems to be kind of a centrist, which I think we need".
On the Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon played an exaggerated version of O'Rourke, mocking his announcement video in which he gestured broadly while his wife tried in vain to hold on to his arm. Others say they're voting for O'Rourke's dog for the 2020 election.
"The goal should be universal guaranteed high-quality health care", O'Rourke told CBS's Gayle King in an interview for "This Morning".
"I have nothing to say to that", he said, chuckling, according to the Hill.
Turning his attention to the environment, the former congressman said, "perhaps, most importantly of all - because our very existence depends on it - we can unleash the ingenuity and creativity of millions of Americans who want to ensure that we squarely confront the challenge of climate change before it's too late".