During his Senate campaign against GOP Sen.
Pelosi has reserved the right to change her mind depending on what comes out of the Mueller probe, but made clear her priority is voting Trump out in 2020 and hanging on to the House, which she said the divisiveness of impeachment could scuttle. The full interview airs on Friday's CBS This Morning, but a clip airs on Thursday's CBS Evening News.
"He said some pretty interesting stuff, but to be honest I was kind of distracted", Fallon told his audience on NBC. Less than an hour earlier, he had finally put the rumors and speculation to rest - yes, he announced in a video shared to social media, he is running for president.
Before the Senate race, O'Rourke served as a US congressman for El Paso county since 2013.
The president has repeatedly denied any collusion between his 2016 presidential campaign and Russian Federation to try and interfere with the presidential election.
O'Rourke said that Trump's firing of former FBI Director James Comey is proof that he may have obstructed justice. "I think of the Cult of the Dead Cow as a great example of that".
"I don't even know if he's the best skater in the Dem primaries", he continues.
O'Rourke confirms to El Paso TV station that he'll run for president
We're told that O'Rourke wasn't involved in the more nefarious parts of the hacker ring's activities, such as the development of tools to control hijacked Windows PCs. Thus far, the Democrats have refrained from challenging one another in public, arguing that party unity will be crucial in the general election campaign against President Donald Trump. "I said: 'Is he insane or is that just the way he acts?'" He added: "I've actually never seen anything quite like it. Study it". "So I've never seen hand movement".
Beto is banking on his sacharrine positivity as the ultimate antidote to President Trump's honest saltiness. "He kind of looks like one of those things at the vehicle wash ... that I sometimes have sex dreams about".
"Hi pot, meet kettle", one person tweeted. He took questions about his support of federal legalization of marijuana as well as the possibility of a universal basic income, all while characteristically waving his arms and gesticulating fervently.
"I think Medicare-for-all is one of the possible paths". He posted an image of a happier-looking Artemis on Twitter during the 2017 dog show, saying, "Kids and I agree that Artemis is best in show".
It isn't the first time Artemis has featured in O'Rourke's photos.
Paul Steinhauser is a politics reporter based in New Hampshire.