"Not only will I not say more, but I will be more thoughtful in the way I speak about our marriage, and the way I recognize the truth of criticism that I enjoyed white privileges," he said.
He indicated his ability to move away from two arrests as a young man without serious consequences.
"So yes, I think criticism is right. My shaman's attempt to emphasize the fact that Amy has the lion's share of the burden in our family – that she is actually working, but is the main parent in our family, especially when I served in Congress, especially when I was on the campaign trail – I should also have to admit to me, that it is too often, not only in politics, but in life in general. I hope because I was part of the problem in some cases, I can also be part of the solution – he said.
It was the second apology that Rourke made during the podcast. The first concerned his writings as a teenager when he was a member of a group of hacker activists. These writings, which came under the pseudonym "Psychedelic Warlord" and contained a piece of fiction from the point of view of the killer, were disclosed in the Reuters report.
He said he was "humbled to read it now, unbelievably embarrassed … whatever I mean as a teenager, it does not matter."
"I need to look at my actions for a long time and the language I used, and I must constantly try to do better," he said.
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Rourke criticized President Donald Trump, saying that Mexican and Muslim children "internalize" them when the president attacks them with a wide brush. He also criticized Trump's reaction to violence at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in 2017.
"We must also deal with this racism, this xenophobia, this nativism and this hatred, because otherwise I am convinced that it will consume us. So calling it is part of it, and then it is an example of how we want to treat each other – he said.