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Beto O & # 39; Rourke apologized to the staff of his Texas Senate campaign for having a & # 39; huge hole & # 39; was during the competitive, high-pressure competition 2018
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Beto O & # 39; Rourke apologized to the staff of his Texas Senate campaign for having a & # 39; huge hole & # 39; was during the competitive, high pressure race in 2018.

& # 39; I just feel very, very lucky, and I love you more than you will ever know, "he told his staff on election night after the Republican Senate was announced. Ted Cruz had won re-election.

& # 39; I know that sometimes I was a huge hole in the neighborhood, and you have never allowed me to stand in the way of my best failures to lead the best campaign this state has ever seen. & # 39;

Beto O & # 39; Rourke apologized to the staff of his Texas Senate campaign for having a & # 39; huge hole & # 39; was during the competitive, high-pressure competition 2018

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Beto O & # 39; Rourke apologized to the staff of his Texas Senate campaign for having a & # 39; huge hole & # 39; was during the competitive, high-pressure competition 2018

He made his comments in & # 39; Running with Beto & # 39 ;, a documentary premiere at HBO on Tuesday evening; it debuted at SXSW in March where O & # 39; Rourke was present at his wife Amy and daughter Molly

He made his comments in & # 39; Running with Beto & # 39 ;, a documentary premiere at HBO on Tuesday evening; it debuted at SXSW in March where O & # 39; Rourke was present at his wife Amy and daughter Molly

He made his comments in & # 39; Running with Beto & # 39 ;, a documentary premiere at HBO on Tuesday evening; it debuted at SXSW in March where O & # 39; Rourke was present at his wife Amy and daughter Molly

The scene was set in the documentary & # 39; Running with Beto & # 39 ;, which will premiere on HBO on Tuesday evening. The Daily Beast the images obtained.

O & # 39; Rourke publicly praised his campaign staff during his franchise rally in El Paso, Texas, last year, saying that he & # 39; so f ****** proud & # 39; was on them.

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& # 39; I want to thank this great campaign from people, & # 39; he said. & # 39; All people, all the time, in every part of Texas, all of them, show the country how to do this. I am so proud of you. & # 39;

Now the story of his failed Senate bid is coming to TV screens.

& # 39; Running with Beto & # 39; offers a fly-on-the-wall perspective of O & Rourke & # 39; s Senate bid, which did not overthrow Ted Cruz, but made him a national Democratic star and led to his entry into the presidential contest of 2020.

Filmmakers had unprecedented access to O & # 39; Rourke for the documentary. They followed him early in the morning and at quieter moments with his wife Amy and three children.

& # 39; Running with Beto & # 39; made his national debut in March at the South by Southwest film festival in Austin.

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During the 90-minute film, O & # 39; Rourke is occasionally shown to staff members as he complains about missing time with his children while visiting all 254 counties in Texas, according to CNN & # 39; s assessment.

The Daily Beast states that O & # 39; Rourke & # 39; charismatic but controlling & # 39; is in the documentary, but & # 39; the most revealing moments are those where he sees his clearly overworked staff dressing for their alleged lack of readiness & # 39 ;.

O & # 39; Rourke came on three points from the overthrow of Cruz and raised a record of $ 80 million for his Senate bid.

His campaign became known through the live streaming of his events – a move that R & D tried to imitate Rourke on the presidential campaign path to less success.

The Washington Post review notes that the documentary & # 39; outdated and archiving & # 39; in view of O & # 39; Rourke & # 39; s current status in the democratic field of 2020.

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His star faded quickly in the campaign when former Vice President Joe Biden entered the race and Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Mayor of South Bend, caught fire.

A series of early bastards didn't help. He was criticized for his announcement video in which his wife Amy sat quietly by his side.

Beto O & # 39; Rourke with his wife Amy on election night 2018

Beto O & # 39; Rourke with his wife Amy on election night 2018

Beto O & # 39; Rourke with his wife Amy on election night 2018

Molly O & # 39; Rourke, Beto O & # 39; Rourke, Nancy Schafer, Greg Kwedar, David Modigliani, Rebecca Feferman, Rachel Ecklund and Arianne Ribeiro attend the & # 39; Running with Beto & # 39; premiere at SXSW in March

Molly O & # 39; Rourke, Beto O & # 39; Rourke, Nancy Schafer, Greg Kwedar, David Modigliani, Rebecca Feferman, Rachel Ecklund and Arianne Ribeiro attend the & # 39; Running with Beto & # 39; premiere at SXSW in March

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Molly O & # 39; Rourke, Beto O & # 39; Rourke, Nancy Schafer, Greg Kwedar, David Modigliani, Rebecca Feferman, Rachel Ecklund and Arianne Ribeiro live the & # 39; Running with Beto & # 39; premiere at SXSW in March at

And his early time on the campaign game eventually became an apology tour.

His announcement for 2020 was timed with his debut on the cover of Vanity Fair. But it was a quote in the piece that caught him the wrong attention: & # 39; I want to be there. Man, I was just born for it. & # 39;

He apologized for a quote – that was criticized for his condescending and smelly male privilege.

But he had to apologize again a short time later because he had told a crowd in Iowa that his wife is getting their children, sometimes with my help.

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A thorough look at his career – who saw him work as a part-time nanny in New York before returning to El Paso to work in his mother's furniture store, playing in a band and starting a failed newspaper before successfully running to town council and the congress.

He was given the reputation of & # 39; to be forgotten & # 39 ;.

Beto O & # 39; Rourke is in the process of restarting his presidential campaign

Beto O & # 39; Rourke is in the process of restarting his presidential campaign

Beto O & # 39; Rourke is in the process of restarting his presidential campaign

O & # 39; Rourke is in sixth place The polling average of RealClearPolitics about the primary fight.

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He has tried to restart a campaign.

He has conducted more national interviews, including appearing on & # 39; The View & # 39; from ABC and participating in a town hall on CNN in Iowa. And he made his first Sunday appearance as a presidential candidate on Sunday at CBS & # 39; & # 39; Face the Nation. & # 39;

He is also the subject of an extensive profile The New Yorker this month.

His staff points to his work ethic: from mid-May O & Rourke has driven more than 6,000 miles, held through 14 states, more than 150 town hall meetings, attended 32 college campuses and answered more than 1,000 questions.

O & # 39; Rourke said that his shaky start to the campaign was aimed at him.

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& # 39; It went less well than I wanted, in terms of my appearance at the press & # 39 ;, he told the New Yorker. & # 39; That is 100 percent on me. & # 39;

He also said he was talking about adding a speech writer to his campaign.

& # 39; I don't believe I've ever read a speech, & # 39; he said. & # 39; I certainly never looked at a teleprompter. & # 39;

He told the magazine that he likes to talk to people on the campaigns, but not from media interviews.

& # 39; The town halls, the problems, the journey, the endurance, I love everything, & # 39; said O & # 39; Rourke, adding that he did not like & # 39; the thirty press members, in your eyes, at the first event, at the second event, at the third and then day after day after day, and almost nothing questions about something that we have just experienced together in that room, in that coffee shop or inn or in that house, but things that may have been popping up on the news that day. & # 39;

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