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Mayor Pete Buttigieg have a chance at the democratic presidential nomination, or the dreams are?, the dashed in the Wake of his contentious town hall this weekend
On Monday, Fox News ‘ Geraldo Rivera and Juan Williams Buttigieg dealing with the town hall and its cities unhappiness about relationships between the races and the police will be discussed.
“The black-and-third, of South Bend, apparently, turned against the mayor. He has had an incredible run, mayor Pete, but I think that the rubber meets the road,” said Rivera on “The story with Martha MacCallum.”
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A town hall Sunday was chaotic fighting as the city, in order to respond to a deadly police-involved shooting last week that highlighted that there is a separation between the African-American inhabitants, and Buttigieg.
Rivera suggested Buttigieg candidacy is likely to end up in South Carolina, according to the latest controversy.
“It seems to me that unless he can seem to turn this, his candidacy in South Carolina and ends there, to me. He is not accepted by the African-American community,” said Rivera.
Williams agreed with Rivera’s assessment Buttigieg say addiction, as he is the “little mayor” – not the President.
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“I think Pete Buttigieg is a man from a small town, a small town mayor. If he said not with this crisis, it is a terrible sign for someone who says he wants to handle the nation,” Williams.
Williams also compared the controversy surrounding Ex Buttigieg Vice-President Joe Biden recently say a rebound that he was able to work with segregation ists senators, saying it was “so serious as what is going through Pete Buttigieg.”