Former Rep. Beto O'Rourke (D., Texas) blistered President Donald Trump at Thursday night's Democratic debate as a "white supremacist" who posed a threat to the safety of people of color in the United States.
A government watchdog group is seeking a probe into the financial disclosures of a Texas Democratic candidate after he reported just thousands in total income and his campaign issued a statement that is contradictory to what the disclosure forms show.
MSNBC host Stephanie Ruhle and contributor Maria Teresa Kumar speculated that the El Paso mass shooting could be politically advantageous for presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke during an exchange on MSNBC Tuesday morning. They also said the situation could help Democrats flip Texas in 2020.
Police and FBI investigators in Texas searched for clues on Sunday to explain what drove a young gunman from the Dallas area to kill 20 people at a Walmart store hundreds of miles away in the border city of El Paso.