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Pete Buttigieg, the small-town Indiana mayor, is among the leading Democrats running for President, more jabs at the former Vice-President, Joe Biden, said in an interview on Monday that he would not want to see his own son, serves on the board of a Ukrainian company, which he led to the efforts to fight corruption in the country.
Buttigieg made the remark during a wide-ranging interview with the Associated Press. The two candidates, many voters, as the leading moderate in the democratic field.
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South Bend, Ind., The mayor said he would do “everything we can, to prevent even the appearance of a conflict. This is very important, because, as we can see, there are a lot of complications, even if it is not misconduct.”
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He insisted that the questions raised about Hunter Biden and his father from Trumpf are distracting tactics.
It remains to be seen how harmful the Ukraine for Biden, but the question has been raised on the campaign trail. On Sunday, hecklers in Milford, N. H., began to sing “quid pro Joe.”
The Biden campaign declined to comment on Buttigieg the comments, which, when reached by the AP. The office did not immediately respond to a after-hours E-Mail of Fox News. Buttigieg has repeatedly stressed that Biden is not a target of the impeachment proceedings.
This is not the first time the 37-year-old mayor, he made shots at Biden, 77, but the attacks seem to be intent on the corruption of the leading candidates is less than two months before the primary. Vanity Fair ran the headline on Monday, “Pete Buttigieg Breaks out the flame thrower on Biden in Iraq to Vote.”
The report pointed out an interview that Buttigieg had with the local public television in Iowa, where he criticized Biden, the initial support of the Invasion of Iraq.
“This is not an example of why years in Washington, the same as the verdict is always,” he said.
Buttigieg has criticism from competitors for its barren national and foreign policy experience. The Vanity Fair report pointed out that “all the leading candidates, Buttigieg has the least amount of experience; Biden, who for decades in Washington as a senator and eight years as Vice President under Barack Obama used his extensive experience was a major selling point for his candidacy.”
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Buttigieg is polling first in Iowa and New Hampshire, but is fourth on the national level. Biden continues to lead the field.
The Associated Press contributed to this report