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At Town Hall, Pete Buttigieg Confronts Tensions Around Police Shooting

NYTimes.com Sunday, 23 June 2019
The fatal shooting last week of a black man by a South Bend police officer has tested Mr. Buttigieg’s leadership at a critical time for his campaign.
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Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg faces an angry town hall audience in South Bend following a fatal police shooting last week. The incident has exposed simmering racial tensions in the Indiana city where he is mayor and which is complicating his presidential ambitions. Eve Johnson...

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