Pete Buttigieg – How Much Does White Male Privilege Decide Which Candidates Matter? | The Daily Show

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Published on May 2, 2019

Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg explains why he thinks he’s the right candidate for right now and tries to reconcile his campaign with his privilege.

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  • Tohdom 2 years ago

    Seems like a nice guy, but what is he FOR?

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  • Alishah Momin 2 years ago

    can he tweet 4am in the morning ? if not then he’s useless

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  • MarcusT 2 years ago

    Why are the russian trolls here always asking about Pete’s policies?
    He has spoken quite clearly about how he intends to tackle obstacles and the direction the country should take.
    Are the sheep really falling for it?

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  • Mandela Onchwati 2 years ago

    I feel super intelligent after listening to him

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  • Trish 2 years ago

    *OH GAAAWWWWDDDDD!!!!!!!! FINALLY* ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

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  • el B 2 years ago

    In Belgium, we look into context. I don’t see any context to this guy or his policies, what I do see and read is his attendence to dinners with Pelosi and Schumer….

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  • Daniel Budney 2 years ago

    It’s so astonishing to see someone who can speak so eloquently, and isn’t spewing distraction tactics. Every time he opens his mouth, he presents reasoned arguments based on research — research you can tell he has taken the time to study personally. And he’s gay! It’s like he’s the anti-Trump. I would *love* to see Pete as President, with Kamala as his Vice President.

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  • cervelmola 2 years ago

    Im just worried because they usually accuse the left of being populist just because it tries to get a better funding to be able to move better public benefits for everyone, witch is actually anything but populist because with a good detailed plan it could be done, just like many studies have shown. And the left really tryes to have its policies clear and many of their future plans, because many times the “populist” criticism is not a good one, and it comes from a cynicism that benefits the right by making it seem imposible to get these things for the left. The problem is this guy is truelly a populist, and I know it comes as a way to fight one of the main weapons of the right witch is the use of feelings and ideals to not have to give any explanations, but I wont and cannot vote for someone who uses that retoric. We dont really know a thing about this guy outside of what he has allready done as a major

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  • Munro McLaren 2 years ago

    Love this guy!

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  • daniel ramirez 2 years ago

    Maybe it’s just me but why do politicians not move their upper lip when speaking?

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  • MossyGolem 2 years ago

    *Mr. No Policy Pete?*

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  • rolando alvarado 2 years ago

    Pete it’s ok but IM STILL WITH BERNIE #dumptrump

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  • kucker karlson 2 years ago

    Still voting for the bern ?

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  • Ruth Cuadrado 2 years ago

    He’s so smart! A pleasure to listen to.
    Only worried about the establishment liking him so much and his lack of progressiveness

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  • MossyGolem 2 years ago

    *No Policy Pete* is a walking talent show. No plan.

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  • Joyce Mwifi 2 years ago

    One word… wow! Just wow!

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  • MossyGolem 2 years ago

    *No Policy Pete*

    Pelosi and Schumer Anti-Progressive Dinners and No Policies? Oh and Lobbyist Money? *Not my vote.*

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  • Erich Kaltenbrunner 2 years ago

    I don’t like homosexuals, I’m homophobic. I don’t like nerds, I’m a worker. I don’t like Buttigieg, he is not my idol.

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  • enchasser person 2 years ago

    Here’s the link for the full interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kwj67XbvV8A

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  • Thornback 2 years ago

    I need a president that has had kids. That’s just me.

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