Travis Scott Supports Beto O'Rourke At Houston Rally

Posted October 29, 2018

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Travis Scott joined the ranks of celebrities and musicians supporting Beto O'Rourke today when he campaigned for the Democratic Texas congressman at the Bayland Community Center in Houston.

During CBS 11's exclusive interview with President Trump in Houston Monday evening, he praised Cruz.

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The Senate continues to be favorable turf for Republicans, according to Fox News polling and the RealClearPolitics average, as the GOP benefits from a favorable map this year: Democrats are forced to defend 26 seats, including 10 states that President Trump won in 2016.

"You know we had our little difficulties", he said. "But the independents break to the Democrat instead of the Republican in that race", said the poll's co-director Jim Henson.

Trump called O'Rourke "a stone-cold phony" and a "radical, open borders left winger".

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More than anything, O'Rourke said it's crucial for everyone to work together for the common interest of this country. "The blue wave is being dissipated a little". He is also promoting a plan for middle-class tax cuts. Some Democratic strategists, Duffy writes, have conceded that the going has become tougher following Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the Supreme Court. The caravan, an estimated 7,000 to 10,000 Central Americans fleeing violence and poverty in their homelands, is in southern Mexico, inching toward the distant US border.

Democrats are, however, seeing surprising signs of hope in deep-red Oklahoma, where incumbent Republican Gov. Mary Fallin remains deeply unpopular, even as Fox News ranks the race as likely Republican.

O'Rourke also wants to ensure millions of immigrants already in the United States have a fair path to citizenship.

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