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Beto O'Rourke compares people fighting climate change to 'those who were on the beaches in Normandy'

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Mar 15, 2019 9:14 AM 1+ week ago

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Beto O'Rourke kicked off the first day of his now-official 2020 presidential campaign by comparing those fighting against climate change to American soldiers storming the beaches of Normandy during World War II.

The El Paso Democrat, who announced his decision to run for president on Thursday following months of deliberations after his failed Texas Senate bid, made the comparison during an Iowa rally in response to a question on climate change.

"How can we, who used to be the indispensable nation, be the only country that has removed itself from any obligation to work with anyone on perhaps the most pressing problem," O'Rourke said, alleging that President Trump doesn't believe in climate change.

"When you think about leadership, those who preceded us -- those who were on the beaches in Normandy, those who faced an existential threat to Western democracy and our way of life, ...

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