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Rourke has hit a wall since since he has struggled to distinguish himself from a crowded field of Democrats who fend off the party's nomination, he has begun something of a campaign start this week, and beat up media appearances hoping to revive his mediocre voting numbers.
Texas Democrat Almost Expressed Immediately regrets the Vanity Fair issue that contained a photograph of portrait photographer Annie Leibovitz and a quote from O & # 39; Rourke sprinkled over the hood – "I want to be in it. Man, I was just born to be in it "- who called out of male privilege.
" I saw the cover with the quote "born to run" or "born to do it" and I was like, I hope I he said, while he was talking to reporters in Wisconsin days after he had announced his bid. "I think this is a context that is meaningful and is the way I feel is that I was born to serve. I was born to try to help people gather. "
In an interview on Wednesday at" The Se, "Rourke discussed the cover again and said"