Beto O 'Rourke is passionate about different website posts in different languages


Is Beto O'Rourke caressing or is his message lost in translation?

A few hours after O & # 39; Rourke announced his candidacy for the presidency, the former Democratic MP's website became the focus of his criticism. Some highlighted the perceived differences between its English and Spanish websites.

The English version has the slogan "Beto for America." While the Spanish version reads "Beto para todos", which translates to "Beto for all".


The president and founder of Turning Point USA, Charlie Kirk, tweeted: "Pandering to different communities, Robert?

Robert is the legal name of O'Rourke.

"As he did at his rally, Beto again met non-citizens alongside the Americans," Campus Reform senior correspondent Eduardo Neret told Twitter.

Business Insider political reporter John Haltiwanger tweeted that "the US would be too long".

O'Rourke narrowly lost a campaign in the Senate against Senator Ted Cruz, R-Texas, in 2018.

Last month, El Paso's former congressman said it would be "absolutely" favorable to removing existing obstacles along the southern border with Mexico.

Conservative critics also attack O'Rourke because his website does not contain any information about his policies, but promotes his merchandise store.

"The Beto website does not offer a political platform – but give money and buy merch!" Commented conservative commentator and former game show host Chuck Woolery.

O'Rourke spent his campaign Thursday in Iowa and called for the unity of the Democrats to defeat President Trump in 2020.

"Ultimately, we all have to join the same person because it's critical for our chances of success to defeat Donald Trump in 2020," said O'Rourke.

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