Democratic 2020 Candidate With Zero Chance Of Winning Nomination Calls On Trump To Resign

Beto O’Rourke is an awful candidate.

He was the favorite of the liberal media for a short time, but that has dried up along with his campaign funds and his poll numbers.

He seriously has next to zero chance of getting the Democratic nomination.

But now he is calling on Trump to resign. What a joke.

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The Hill reports:

O’Rourke: Trump should resign

White House hopeful Beto O’Rourke on Saturday called on President Trump to resign amid mounting scrutiny over his dealings with Ukraine.

The former Democratic congressman from Texas argued at the 2019 Texas Tribune Festival that “the best possible path” for the country would be for “this president to resign, allow this country to heal and ensure that we come back together with the greatest, most ambitious agenda we’ve ever faced.”

“None of it possible while he remains in power,” O’Rourke added.

O’Rourke and several other Democrats both on the presidential campaign trail and on Capitol Hill have backed a new effort launched by Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) to initiate a formal impeachment investigation into Trump.

Democrats have cited Trump’s suggestion to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky that Ukraine open an investigation into former Vice President Joe Biden, the current 2020 Democratic presidential front-runner.

See O’Rourke’s comment below:

Beto is the one who should resign. From his own campaign.

Beto is currently polling at less than TWO PERCENT in Iowa and New Hampshire.

He should have dropped out weeks ago.

Do your party a favor, Beto.

Drop out.

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