President Trump, Senator Mike Lee, Texas discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

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That's that's part of the my daughter goes do olden highschool. My son's up there Austin valley in the elementary school in the same thing. The power's out that's part of the reasons why the right so hopefully, hopefully today crews can get out and get all those those outages fixed and get us all backup speak for tomorrow. Fantastic. Thank you. All right. All right now on Colorado's morning news. New candidate enters the twenty twenty bid for the White House. ABC's Jim Ryan with the entry of Aurora when accounting ended on November six democrat Beto Aurore trailed incumbent Senator Ted Cruz by about two hundred thousand votes, but he hinted that his political career might not be over tonight's loss. Does nothing to diminish the way that I feel about Texas or this. A little over four months later. His wife had his side O'Rourke says Amy, and I are happy to share with you that I'm running to serve you as the next president of the United States of America despite coming up short in votes in November O'Rourke easily raised more money than his Republican rival, Jim Ryan ABC news. So what are those chances in an already crowded field with five hundred thousand eight silver? He shares his thoughts. His brand is going to be centered on electability, and I'm someone who brings about a high turnout in someone who can bring an independent voters in the suburbs. We did. Well in Texas. You know, I actually think that his performance in Texas was pretty strong relative to the partisanship of the state. And the fact he's running against an incumbent, albeit not a very popular incumbent, but has kind of come across that perception that he's maybe a loser is too strong. But he doesn't have the life accomplishments or the political accomplishments that that other candidates do is five thirty eight Nate silver. Another Republican comes out against President Trump's national emergency declaration ABC's, Mona Kusakabe, Utah. Senator Mike Lee is the latest Republican. Who says he will be voting to block President Trump's national emergency declaration Lee made the announcement after his last ditch effort to reach a compromise with the White House failed. Opponents have secured more than the fifty one votes needed this week, President Trump row in a tweet that Republicans need to get tough. And that the vote is an about constitutionality or precedent. But about stopping crime if passed Trump plans to veto the measure, Monaco, Sarabi ABC news, Capitol Hill Forty-five.

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