nearvideo of mayor Pete Buttigieg under scrutiny for its response to deadly police shooting in South Bend
Democratic presidential candidates into the word like in the town hall by the inhabitants, who blame him for the not enough, after the fatal shooting of a black man by a white police officer; the reaction and the analysis of ‘Five.’
“The Five” co-host Greg Gutfeld responded to South Bend, Ind. Mayor Pete Buttigieg performance at a town hall this weekend, saying he came as “small.”
“Everyone is doing a segment on mayor Pete now. Some guy almost nobody knew four months ago-and this is the curse to be in the spotlight. The headlight cuts in both directions,” Gutfeld, the democratic presidential candidate said on Monday.
Sunday, the town hall went up in chaos as the city struggled to respond to a deadly police-involved shooting last week that evoked racial tensions in the Indiana city.
Buttigieg said he would be required to send a letter to the Ministry of justice that his civil rights division of view in the 16. June, the 54-year-old Eric Logan, who was black shoot. The mayor added that he would like to the local state’s attorney would report, that an independent investigator be appointed.
‘THE VIEW” HOST SLAMS MAYOR PETE FOR THE TOWN HALL PERFORMANCE
Gutfeld suggested that the attention Buttigieg wanted to run for President until the end of may do more damage to the mayor as well.
“He was probably thinking in his head, you know what, I’m not going to end up as the candidate but this will be good for me later, because… I’m on the debates, and everyone will think I’m awesome, but then people find out, you may not city, even his. How are you going to lead a country?” Gutfeld said.
“Greg Gutfeld’s Show” – host Buttigieg criticised behaviour during the meeting and while addressing protesters Friday.
“It’s really difficult to stay in such a situation quietly, if you are facing an emotional situation. But a glance at your notes and said, said, you know, ” I have not asked you to vote for me,'” Gutfeld. “He came from a really small candidates.”
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Co-host Jesse Watters to advise Buttigieg, the subject of this week’s presidential debate.
“He has to want to nationalize this Problem, he hope she recovers from this. He must have a core, he needs to talk about it, participate in the debate and this is the only recording that he has,” said Watters.