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Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg on Tuesday responded to a voter's question about Bernie Sanders's campaign attacking other Democratic candidates, saying he does not measure the boldness of a campaign by how controversial its ideas are.
"Here’s my message to progressives, it's that I would be the most progressive president we’ve had in a half-century. It’s just that I don’t measure the boldness of an idea by how many people it puts off and how much controversy it generates," Buttigieg said during a town hall in Ottumwa, Iowa.
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Buttigieg Hits Sanders: ‘I Don’t Measure Boldness of an Idea By … How Much Controversy It Generates'
Buttigieg was responding to a question from a 15-year-old boy in the audience who expressed his discomfort with how the Sanders campaign treats the other presidential candidates—particularly its attacks on the more moderate Democrats.
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