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Oh Shit! Senator Cory Booker Got A Boo?

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Look how the tables have turned for Sen. Cory Booker.

As previously reported, Sen. Cory Booker has entered the 2020 presidential race. When it was mentioned, the blogs were firing shots at him because he’s the only bachelor. But, guess what? He’s no longer single.

The New Jersey Democrat confirmed that he has a girlfriend when speaking on “The Breakfast Club” radio show. As the hosts asked Booker whether or not his personal life would impact his run, he confirmed the rumors.

Charlamagne tha God even noted that Booker should hold off before settling down.

He stated:

“You don’t want to marry somebody now. Once you start getting hot, you might become President? She might just want you for that.”

Cory Booker laughed and replied,

“No, before I declared president, I’m dating somebody really special.”

“Oh! So Corry Booker got a boo?” Charlamagne asked.

“I, I got a boo,” Booker laughed.

Cory Booker is rumored to be dating actress Rosario Dawson, although neither has confirmed. But, when asked about marriage, Booker immediately refused to answer.

But whether he is married or not, dating or single, gay or straight, hopefully, his policy will affect positive change.

 

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