Subcommittee Chairman Ted Cruz, R-Texas, speaks as FAA Acting Administrator Daniel Elwell, NTSB Chairman Robert Sumwalt, and DOT I.G. Calvin Scovel appear before a Senate Transportation subcommittee hearing on commercial airline safety, on Capitol Hill, Wednesday, 3/27/19, in Washington. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

 

Poor Beto O’Rourke.

He launched his campaign 4 months ago in a blaze of glory, but outside of having a decent fundraising haul in the first few weeks, his polling numbers have languished in the basement.

He’s had a series of missteps, went on an apology tour of sorts to apologize for being white, and attendance at his campaign rallies has been nothing like the glory days of when he ran against Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) in 2018.

Last night, he appeared on “Late Night with Seth Meyers” and he was asked about some really important issues like his love of music and how he once had a trampoline on his roof when he lived in Brooklyn.

He was also asked about Cruz.

When the subject turned to the upcoming Democratic debates, Meyers brought up how hard it must be for O’Rourke to differentiate himself from the 20+ candidates who are currently running. He asked the former El Paso Congressman if he missed how easy it was to distinguish himself from Cruz. Here’s what O’Rourke said:

“Very rarely uttered and yet here we are,” Meyers joked in response.

Watch that segment from the interview below:

Sen. Cruz caught wind of Beto’s quip, and one-upped him in a big way:

Translation: You didn’t just run against me, buddy. You lost. You know where to find me.

Related:

Ted Cruz Flattens Beto O’Rourke (Again) After the Failed Senate Candidate Went on Anti-American Rant
Bizarre: Beto Says He’s Staying in Presidential Race Because Polls Said He’d Lose Against Ted Cruz in 2018, Too
Sen. Cruz Hilariously Responds to Reports of Beto O’Rourke Literally Eating Dirt After Failed 2018 Senate Bid

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