“I think if he is willing to do odd jobs, we can arrange something”: Pete Buttigieg jokes about how he will continue if Donald Trump refuses to give up the White House
- Former mayor of South Bend made referenced remarks about the Bill Maher show
- He was asked in Reno how he would respond if Trump did not give up power
- “I mean, if he doesn’t leave, I think if he is willing to do odd jobs, we can arrange something”
- Said it would be “pretty awkward for Chasten and I to move in our furniture”
- Trump has made jokes about the presidency for life
Pete Buttigieg is not worried about what will happen if President Trump does not accept the results of the elections.
The former mayor of South Bend sees a positive side and jokes during a campaign event in Reno on Monday what he would do if the “current resident” – Trump – says, “this is all fake and the Senate and Fox News are agree with him “when he doesn’t want to leave.”
“I mean, if he doesn’t leave, I think if he is willing to do odd jobs, we can do something,” he joked, laughing and applauding the crowd.
Democratic 2020 US presidential candidate former South Bend Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg joked at an event in Reno, Nevada that President Trump could stay in the White House if he agreed to “do odd jobs”
Buttigieg made the remark after Trump spent last week against the “hoax” accusation, annihilating federal prosecutors and calling for the “Mueller” report to be removed.
After being acquitted by the senate controlled by the republicans, Trump trolled his opponents by posting a video showing him that he would become president in 2024, 2028, 2032 and beyond.
Buttigieg also referred to his early remarks to HBO presenter Bill Maher. He said it would be “pretty awkward for Chasten and I to move around in our furniture,” laughs.
At the end of the day there is only one president, “he explained. “This is one of the reasons why we don’t just win, not just skip everyone and hope that we reach 51 percent and that our Twitter followers surpass your Twitter followers and that we somehow put together a beeper .
Buttigieg referred to his earlier comments about the Bill Maher show
President Trump has made jokes about being president for life
Buttigieg laughed from a campaign group when he made the comment
Trump tweeted a video about his life in office after he was acquitted by the senate in his deposition
“I think we want to set ourselves the goal of winning big enough that these elections go far beyond cheating,” Buttigieg said.
“It must be a victory so great that the republican senate is reunited with their conscience,” he said, calling for a “political shockwave.”
Trump told interviewer Geraldo Rivera last week that Americans would vote for a gay president. “I think there would be some who wouldn’t, and I wouldn’t belong to that group, to be honest,” Trump said.