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Pete Buttigieg jokes he was ‘about 40 years too young and 38 years too gay’ to be president

PinkNews Friday, 13 March 2020
Pete Buttigieg joked about his failed presidential bid, coronavirus and Sarah Palin’s utterly bizarre turn on The Masked Singer as he guest hosted Jimmy Kimmel Live. The Democrat stepped in for Kimmel on Thursday, March 12, night, giving his opening monologue to an empty studio audience due to the coronavirus...
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