Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg said Friday that supporters of President Trump are similar to Bernie Sanders' supporters because they both feel marginalized and want to break the system.
Comments came during a campaign stop in downtown Nashua, NH According to The Washington Examiner
the 37-year-old Mayor of South Bend, Ind., Said that a sense of "anger and discontent" in neighborhoods and Families struggling to survive are growing despite reports of a healthy economy.
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It is more likely that you want to vote to blow up the system, what you like to someone like Bernie and could lead to someone like Trump. So we came where we are, "said Buttigieg.
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Buttigieg distinguished between himself and the 77-year-old Vermont Senator, saying that he was very tall Sanders admires, "I do not have the same views in everything he does."