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Failing 2020 Dem Beto O’Rourke Goes There, Compares Trump to ‘the Third Reich’ [WATCH]

How dare he!?

John Salvatore

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It’s amazing how ignorant some people are, even to this day.

To compare an American president to Adolf Hitler and the Third Reich speaks volumes about a person’s true colors.

If Beto O’Rourke was honest with himself, he’d acknowledge all the good President Trump has done for America.

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Instead, he goes and does something like this…

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“I can think of nothing more un-American, more resonant with what you might see in the Third Reich, than what the president said. And if we’re unwilling to see this for what it is…then we’re going to lose this country,” O’Rourke says of Pres. Trump’s comments on disloyalty

MSNBC isn’t trying to hide their bias. They never were, really.

But for host Nicole Wallace to openly ask 2020 Democrat contender Beto O’Rourke what her network can do to help him succeed is kind of…I don’t know…weird?

Check this out…

From Free Beacon:

Former Rep. Beto O’Rourke (D., Texas) has seen his polls decline and his once adoring media coverage disappear since joining the 2020 presidential field, but he found a sympathetic face on Friday: MSNBC host Nicolle Wallace.

Wallace, a former Republican who’s perhaps the network’s most fanatic opponent of the Trump White House, has long been an admirer of O’Rourke, calling him an “all-star” last year and saying his upstart 2018 Texas Senate campaign was “one of the best stories.” O’Rourke lost.

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In a gushing interview on her daytime program Deadline: White House, Wallace criticized the “snarky” national press for dragging O’Rourke, asked him what the media could do better to cover him, and told him to grab one of MSNBC’s reporters whenever he didn’t “like what’s covered.”

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