On rare occasions, hosts of The View criticized Monday Democratic presidential candidate Pitt Boutigie, who called his performance in the "South Bend" hall as "poor".
Buttigieg stopped his presidential campaign Last week he returned to Indiana on Sunday to cope with the consequences of police shooting with a 54-year-old black man named Eric J. Logan. Upon his arrival, Buttigieg faces a heavy reaction from residents on neighborhood safety and alleged police brutality.
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Another resident said her 7-year-old grandson was afraid to walk by police officers. "This should not happen in America, in Indiana in 201
"It's a community in which a 54-year-old black man was shot and killed by a police officer
" He chose a zero percentage in South Carolina with black voters. , because of the epidemic that is happening in this country. His answer when he was sitting there … must feel the pain of this community you represent.
Buttigieg at one point told the woman who lived he did not want to vote for her, which caused criticism from co-host Whoopi Goldberg.
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"It just shows that it's a bit more green than the edges, because people will ask you much more difficult things than that," I said. "But you also need to know how to react to people. You sit there, apply for president. You can not tell anyone, I do not want to vote because you are. Co-host Joy Behar has also accumulated and said Buttigieg should take care of the business in South Bend and make sure he serves his voters before dedicating his energy to the presidential run.
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"I love a lot of Mayor of Pitt, I think he's great," she said earlier in the segment. "But I have the feeling that these boys who are mayors and governors must keep doing their work – until they can handle it – almost like … when you are a mayor or a governor, it's almost like being the father or mother of family. And now you leave the Southern Bend and run for president looks like an unfinished job. "