As a college student, the 2020 presidential candidate was deeply frustrated with the Democratic Party during George W. Bush’s presidency. He joined friends to redefine party values in bolder terms.
This piece on how Pete Buttigieg’s Oxford days influenced his political identity is great but as a former rower the biggest revelation is that he was a stroke seat? https://t.co/3twInl8IZJ pic.twitter.com/m1anDSm41I
— Scott Bixby (@scottbix) December 3, 2019
The year was 2005. The Iraq War was raging with no end in sight. John Kerry, the Democratic nominee for president, had lost the 2004 election to an increasingly unpopular Republican president.
And Pete Buttigieg was soul searching. https://t.co/DyAf048rPj
— Asma Khalid (@asmamk) December 3, 2019