Pete Buttigieg: "If we adopt a platform that's way out to the left, [Republicans are] going to say we're socialists. If we adopt a more moderate or conservative platform, they're going to say we're socialists. So we might as well just do what we think is right."
Pete Buttigieg'>Meet Pete Buttigieg: a name to remember (and learn how to pronounce).
"I'm not scared of this President," Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg tells @ChrisCuomo . "This is a guy who was working on Season 7 of 'Celebrity Apprentice' when I was driving armored vehicles outside the wire in Afghanistan. I am not afraid to take him on."
"My name is Pete Buttigieg. They call me Mayor Pete. I am a proud son of South Bend, Indiana. And I am running for President of the United States.” South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg officially launches his 2020 presidential campaign.
Pete Buttigieg explains why he says America needs an emergence of a “religious left”: “Living your faith might also have to do with paying more attention to those most in need and not celebrating those who already have the most wealth and the most power.”
Pete Buttigieg'>Mayor Pete Buttigieg "America is under attack. I'm not sure if this is fully understood. America is under attack by lethal, violent, white nationalist terrorism... This is a national security emergency."
Pete Buttigieg's answer on structural reform is far and away the most important answer of the night. If you want to get *any* of this stuff done, you have to start with structural reform so that popular majorities can make policy. Otherwise it's all going to die in the Senate.
Pete Buttigieg Stuns Campaign Crowd By Speaking To Manufacturing Robots In Fluent Binary