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Buttigieg: 'Almost Certain' I Wouldn't Be First Gay President

Newsmax Monday, 17 June 2019
Pete Buttigieg, the mayor of South Bend, Indiana and a candidate for president, said over the weekend that if he is elected, he probably wouldn’t be the first gay man to win the White House.
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Pete Buttigieg Says He Wouldn't Be the First Gay US President The 2020 candidate made the comment in a new interview when asked if his sexual orientation will affect voters. Pete Buttigieg, via 'Axios on HBO' When asked further by Axios about his claim, Buttigieg added, "statistically, it's almost...

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