Feb 11, 2019 8:57 AM 1+ week ago
"The high school yearbooks of former Texas congressman Robert Francis O'Rourke make no mention of him as "Beto," the nickname he says "just stuck" with him ever since he was growing up. O'Rourke graduated in June 1991 and was awarded the Robert F. Williams Memorial Medal for being the student who "submits the most imaginative prose or poetry," according to the yearbook. O'Rourke is now considering a run for president, but is struggling to find direction in his life as he plots what to do, the New York Times reports."...Read more.
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