in the vicinityVideoIs Pete Buttigieg dramatic rise to the top of the 2020 Democratic field just a flash in the pan?
Is the increase in mayor Pete here? Reactions and analyses from the former trump’s campaign pollster Jim McLaughlin.
To take when it comes to star-studded endorsements, Pete Buttigieg the mayor of South Bend, Indiana, are vying for the democratic party nomination for trump for President in the 2020 election — not to short.
The 37-year-old, if he is elected, the nation’s first openly gay President, and the youngest lead ever in the country, has big-name backers, ranging from actors to NFL channels.
Buttigieg (pronounced BOOT-edge-edge) will officially launch his campaign in April. Since then, the Harvard graduate who later attended Oxford on a Rhodes scholarship has meant that political rallies across the country, slow-edge Chastise with Jimmy Fallon on the “Tonight Show” and graced the cover of ” TIME magazine next to the man, Glezman.
FOX NEWS HOST PETE BUTTIGIEG CITY HALL
Buttigieg to join Fox News Channel for a town hall, moderated by Chris Wallace in Claremont, N. H., on Sunday, 19. May, from 7 PM to 8 PM ET.
“We have the way out of this kill-switch mentality that we see on Twitter,” the former Marine intelligence officer — commonly referred to as the “mayor Pete” — told TIME magazine cover story that explains his desire to be in the vicinity of the country’s ongoing political division, if he makes it to the White house.
BUTTIGIEG TAKES A SHOT AT THE SOCIAL CONSERVATIVES, DESCRIBES COMING OUT WHILE IN VEGAS LGBTQ GALA
“This idea that we just kind of the people in the baskets of good and evil ignores the Central fact of human existence is that each one of us a basket of good and evil,” he added. “The task of politics is to summon the good and beat back the evil.”
The presidential candidate, but was knocked for his lack of policy specifics, and, so far, has not gained much traction with black voters in the country, although he recently acknowledged, to the extent that at a rally in North Charleston, S. C.
Before his appearance on Fox News’ town hall, read on for a look at some of the Buttigieg’s most famous celebrity supporters.
Actress Mandy Moore was not shy, show your support for Buttigieg, tweeting on March 31, which they donated to his campaign.
“I donated because I am very excited and inspired by @PeteButtigieg the message and everything about this campaign in General…. You guys are magic, @Chas10Buttigieg”, “this Is Us” star tweeted in March.
Actress Gwyneth Paltrow in addition to her husband, Brad Falchuk, “the West Wing” star Bradley Whitford and actress Amy Landecker — allegedly co-hosted a fundraiser for Buttigieg in Los Angeles in early may, Variety reported. Tickets, depending on the publication, began at $250.
“Deadpool” star Ryan Reynolds has also Buttigieg donated to the campaign, depending on the variety. In fact, the actor donated $250, – per Buttigieg of Finance report submitted to the Federal Election Commission in April.
The actress Jane Lynch said, was one of the many big names to co-host an event in New York for the White house hopeful.
The actress, who donated allegedly 2,700 euros, per TMZ, has also shown support for Buttigieg on Twitter.
The popular NFL network broadcaster Rich iron gave $500 to Buttigieg’s campaign, records show.
“Game of Thrones” executive producer Carolyn Strauss, also according to the candidate, the campaign-Finance report, chipped in $250.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.