In an exclusive interview, 2020 candidate Pete Buttigieg sat down with NBC News’ Vaughn Hillyard to discuss varying issues including diversity in the Democratic party, his appeal to voters and how he compares to former Vice President Joe Biden.
Pete Buttigieg is the 37-year-old Indiana mayor … Pete Buttgieg has become a surprise potential Democrat 2020 presidential campaign challenger to face Donald Trump. (AP … “My name is Pete Buttigieg, they call me ‘Mayor Pete’,” the youngest member of the Democratic field told supporters at his campaign launch today. “With hope in our …
Buttigieg has touted his work to improve his city of 100,000 residents as he’s prepared for a jump from local politics to a presidential campaign. He’s also said Democrats could benefit from a new generation of leaders as they try to unseat President Donald Trump in 2020.
Pete Buttigieg on How He Plans to Win the Democratic Nomination and Defeat Trump The surging Presidential hopeful explains a career that has included Navy service, two terms as a small-city mayor, and coming out as gay.
The 2020 presidential campaign of Pete Buttigieg is a political campaign for the presidency of the United States by Pete Buttigieg, the former mayor of South Bend, Indiana. It began with the formation of an exploratory committee for the Democratic nomination on January 23, 2019. The campaign was officially launched on April 14, 2019.
Pete Buttigieg Buttigieg in June 2019 32nd Mayor of South Bend In office January 1, 2012 – January 1, 2020 Preceded by Steve Luecke Succeeded by James Mueller Personal details Born Peter Paul Montgomery Buttigieg (1982-01-19) January 19, 1982 (age 37) South Bend, Indiana, U.S. Political party Democratic Spouse(s) Chasten Glezman (m …
Thanks for the A2A Mayor Pete isn’t my first choice, but I will give it a shot as to where I think his strong suits are: This campaign, like 2016, is going to be brutally negative. Trump has been pursuing as President and as candidate for 2020, th…
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg says President Donald Trump is “kind of like a Chinese finger trap — you know, the harder you pull, the more you get stuck” and warns that Democrats shouldn’t get bogged down in trying to “knock him flat with
“It’s so diametrically opposed to everything Trump,” said Molly Jong-Fast, a New York author and socialite who has hosted a dinner for Buttigieg late last year and is planning a fundraiser for him this spring. “Even if Pete is not the candidate, he is the future of the Democratic Party.”
Pete Buttigieg calls Donald Trump racist. Buttigieg took on President Donald Trump soon after taking the stage. “My generation saw this country elect its first black president and then turn around and elect a racist to the White House — and we ought to call that what it is,” Buttigieg said to applause.