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In a rare turn of events, the hosts of “The View,” criticized the democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg on Monday with a call to his South Bend city hall-performance “pi-arms.”
Buttigieg suspended his presidential campaign last week, and returned to the University of Indiana Sunday to deal with the consequences of a police shooting of a 54-year-old black man named Eric J. Logan. On his arrival Buttigieg serious faced backlash from residents regarding the neighborhood, the safety and the alleged brutality of the police.
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“Get the racists out of the street. It is disrespectful, that I Wake up every day with the fear,” a resident said.
Another resident said that her 7-year-old grandson is afraid to walk by police officers. “This is not what you want to happen in America, in Indiana in the year 2019,” she screamed. Buttigieg tried to reassure residents of South Bend would be the objective of the Reform of these questions, but co-host Meghan McCain remained skeptical.
“He was polling at zero percent, in South Carolina with the black voters. He is now at 6 percent … It is extremely low,” she said.
“In the town hall, a community is shot, where a 54-year-old black man was killed by a police officer, an epidemic of what in this country for a long time. His answer, if he was sitting there … you have the feeling that this community, the pain that you represent. And I thought, he has to feel a really pi-a bad job, the people, the town hall and the pain to listen to.”
At one point in the town hall, Buttigieg, a female resident said, he was your voice that drew criticism from co-host Whoopi Goldberg.
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“It just kind of shows that he said a little more than green around the edges, because the people questions, you will be much harder things than this,” she said. “But you also need to know how you react to other people. You sit there, you have to be running for President. You can not say to anyone, I am not to ask for their votes, because they are.”
Co-host Joy Behar also stacked on and said Buttigieg taking care of business in the South should Bend and for that he is to serve his constituents, his energy is dedicated to running on a presidential candidate.
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“I love mayor Pete very much. I think he is terrific,” she said earlier in the segment. “But I have the feeling that these guys are running, keep the mayor and governors should do their job-until they can fix this — it’s almost like … if the mayor, or a Governor, it’s almost like the father or the mother of the family. And leave South Bend now and run for President seems like an unfinished work.”