US President Donald Trump at the event in Tupelo, Mississippi. Photo: AP.

Trump mocked the presidential candidate to give up


AmericaTrump thought O'Rourke was a miserable, miserable person after the former Democratic congressman abandoned the presidential campaign.

"O'Rourke gave up like a dog. He left from Texas as a hot political asset and returned there coldly. A poor, miserable hand," US President Donald Trump said. during a campaign in Tupelo, Mississippi, November 1.

Trump's mocking came hours after Democratic Party candidate Beto O'Rourke announced the end of the presidential campaign due to "no way to achieve success". Former Texas senator O'Rourke once strongly criticized Trump after the shootings in El Paso in August that left 22 people dead and 24 injured.

The last time Trump used the phrase "like a dog" to describe the death of IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi during a press conference at the White House after the task force raid on October 26 America.

US President Donald Trump at the event in Tupelo, Mississippi. Image: AP.

O'Rourke announced the end of the US presidential campaign on Twitter on November 1. "Our campaign is aimed at clear observation, honest voice and decisive action. In that spirit, I announce that I will stop serving the country as a candidate or nominee." , O'Rourke writes.

O'Rourke thanked the supporters, condemned racism and criticized Trump for using "superior white and violent white ideology" against other communities. Former Vice President Joe Biden praised O'Rourke for inspiring so many others.

O'Rourke ran for president after losing to Republican Senator Ted Cruz in the U.S. midterm elections in 2018. O'Rourke is like Obama due to many similarities, but the former senator 47-year-old doctor has difficulty in the race with more than 20 others to become a Democratic candidate in the 2020 US presidential election.

During the Tupelo event, Trump described former US Vice President Joe Biden, the dominant Democratic candidate, who was mentally ill and "would fall like a stone". Referring to the impeachment investigation of the US House of Representatives, Trump said a majority of "angry voters" would support him.

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