Beto O’Rourke’s statement he’s running for president might have captured the hearts and minds of numerous Democrats who believe he can beat President Trump in 2020, however as far as TELEVISION’s Dr. Drew Pinsky is worried, “something’s wrong” with the previous congressman.
” I thought that was Tony Robbins,” Pinsky, a board-certified internist and addiction medication expert, said on the “Brian Kilmeade Program” in action to audio of O’Rourke’s presidential announcement video.
” I’m simply saying, there’s something gon na go down there. I can feel it coming. I do not understand what it is … There’s something not right,” Pinsky stated.
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O’Rourke, a previous Texas congressman from El Paso, announced his candidacy Thursday for president and campaigned most of the day in Iowa.
Thursday House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., invited O’Rourke to the governmental race and protected him against criticism that he was inexperienced.
” Beto brought a lot of vitality to the Congress,” Pelosi said of O’Rourke’s six years on Capitol Hill.
” That’s his new rock band, resembling Tony Robbins,” Pinsky stated, once again raising the life coach and author.
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Kilmeade asked Pinsky what he considered the crowds O’Rourke was drawing ” without talking or accomplishing much.”
” He uses a lot of curs. Individuals like that,” the “Celeb Rehabilitation” host stated.
” What are you picking up?” Kilmeade pressed Pinsky.
” Something in my gut. I’m not exactly sure yet,” Pinsky stated. “I have not really examined it carefully enough. I simply can tell there’s a detach in between what individuals believe they’re seeing and what exists. That’s where I’m at.”