What was he thinking?
According to Breitbart News, Democratic presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg said on NBC’s “Meet the Press” that he was not afraid of President Donald Trump’s tweets “full of typos.”
NBC Host Todd said, “A lot of Democrats say, ‘Jeez.’ They think he — it was unfair in ’16 and he won. And they think this process was unfair and he won again. They’re starting to — some of them might lose faith that, you know, if you try to fight this guy fair, you lose.”
Buttigieg responded saying, “Well, I think that we can fight fair, but we’ve got to fight tough. We’ve got to be ready to go up against somebody who’s pulling out all of the stops in order to —”
Todd cut him off and said, “What makes you tough enough to take on —”
The presidential hopeful quickly responded saying, “Well, for one thing, I’m not afraid of the kind of nonsense he’s going to throw around. I’ve seen worse forms of incoming than a tweet full of typos.”
Todd then said, “But you can’t ignore it the way — you have a way of trying to be above things. And i think — and it’s healthy — there’s nothing wrong with that. It’s what we all want to teach, we all want to teach kids and we want to teach people to do that. But he doesn’t do that. And sometimes you have to be just as pugilistic.” You can read the full article here.