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Former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg, D-Ind., and Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., exchanged words fight decried on Wednesday night, the Democratic debate, according to Klobuchar, that Buttigieg implies, they don’t know is “stupid” to the President of Mexico in the name.
In an interview with Telemundo last week, three of the democratic contenders — Klobuchar, Buttigieg and billionaire Tom Steyer — were asked, who is the President of Mexico is, and no one, but Buttigieg was able to correctly name the President, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, often referred to as AMLO.
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Buttigieg brought the incident to the debate stage in Las Vegas just a few days before the national parliamentary parties to see that throngs of crucial Latino voters to the polls, and drew the wrath of the Klobuchar.
“You’re on the Committee, which monitors border security. You’re on the Committee, that non-trade. You are literally part of the Committee that the oversight of these things,” said Buttigieg, on the basis of his rivals, the placement on a number of Senate committees.
“Are you trying to say that I’m stupid? You are a fun of me here, Pete?” Klobuchar said Buttigieg, clearly upset.
“He is basically saying that I have the experience to be President of the United States,” she added.
In the middle of the heated exchange of words, the former Vice-President, Joe Biden, threw mark in an attempt to, his extensive experience with foreign heads of state and government, saying: “I’m the only one who knows this man! I met with him!”
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The AMLO bungle more Buttigieg claims strengthened, in spite of his lack of experience in Washington, unlike Klobuchar, he is smart enough to be the Democratic party’s nomination.
“You’re staking your candidacy on their Washington experience,” Buttigieg blamed Klobuchar, later, pointed out that she was “not to be able to speak, literally the first thing about the politics of the country,” she was asked.