Democratic presidential candidate <a data-cke-saved-href=”https://www.foxnews.com/category/person/pete-buttigieg” href=”https://www.foxnews.com/category/person/pete-buttigieg” target=”_blank”>Pete Buttigieg</a> was recently faced such an interview, he was at the age of 18 years, in which he calls the policy a “sexy challenge”, that he thought he would be able to “pull.”<br data-cke-eol=”1”>
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Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg was recently interviewed for an interview he gave at the age of 18 years, in which he described the office as “the sexy challenge.”
The comments that were printed, were raised in the mayor of the local newspaper for nearly 20 years, new by Martha Raddatz of ABC News, laughing together Buttigieg about the quotes.
“I think I could pull it off, it is an enormous challenge, a kind of sexy challenge, but I want to try it,” Raddatz cited Buttigieg with the words in the newspaper article.
“Seems that they knew that they were going to do this, your whole life,” she continued and turned away from the old quotes, provide a current comment.
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“I was always interested in public service,” Buttigieg replied. “What I would not have guessed at the age of 18, was, how much I the purpose and meaning would be found in the local work.”
In response to the pressing of Raddatz if he considered to be his political career, a “sexy challenge”, he said, “In a way.”
“If you are a curious person, there’s nothing like it,” he continued.
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Buttigieg, an openly gay Afghanistan war veteran, in the political sphere in 2011, when he was the first elected mayor of South Bend. The 37-year-old recently a town hall with Fox News, during which time he and his progressive platforms discussed, on many issues, including abortion.
In his interview with Raddatz, he appeared to the address of the critics, the highlight of his young age and relatively few years of political experience.
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“What I see now, it is a new generation of leaders is reinforced from France, new Zealand, you see people of the same age or younger than I would be on the day of the inauguration of the President,” he said.
“To me, this is the kind of trend, America must lead, not catch up.”