Best analysis (two tweets in the thread) https://t.co/eKzD9Jjd2A— Ali (@ali) March 3, 2020
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JUST IN: Former Vice President Joe Biden enthusiastically accepted the endorsements of onetime rivals Pete Buttigieg and Sen. Amy Klobuchar at a rally in Dallas Monday night, as the Democratic party's moderate wing rallied behind Biden to challenge frontrunner Sen. Bernie Sanders on the eve of Super Tuesday. In a surprise moment at the end of the event, Biden then called Texas Rep. Beto O'Rourke up to the stage to deliver an unexpected third endorsement from a former opponent: "Ladies and gentlemen, tomorrow, March 3, 2020, I will be casting my ballot for Joe Biden," O'Rourke announced to applause. O'Rourke called President Trump an "existential threat" to "free and fair elections," and urged rallygoers to select the "antithesis of Donald Trump," someone who is "decent, kind, caring, and empathetic."
Beto’s endorsement makes no sense. Mike Bloomberg has “taken care of the gun problem” in NYC and then poured hundreds of millions into gun control in cities and states across the county. So why is Beto O’Rourke endorsing Biden? #2A https://t.co/FbWqLroncg— Emily Miller (@emilymiller) March 3, 2020
Moderate Democrats Consolidate Around Joe Biden Ahead of Super Tuesday. . . Biden and Mike Bloomberg both pitch themselves as the moderate candidate capable of stopping front-runner Bernie Sanders. https://t.co/RDt6hvjt9E via @WSJ— Jim Boren (@jboren4507) March 3, 2020
Had so much hope for O'Rourke in 2018. He was skilled and charismatic. Whataburger and skateboarding were smart, refreshing campaign tactics he used. And he said things like this:— Brandon Friedman (@BFriedmanDC) March 3, 2020
Geist: "So, is Joe Biden a return to the past?"
O’Rourke: "He is." pic.twitter.com/sd2CMiAmXK
Bloomberg pressed on why he hasn't dropped out and backed Biden before Super Tuesday https://t.co/RhdmpDJO0d— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) March 3, 2020