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South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg on Monday said he was “nervous” about how the U.S. would appear before the United Nations ahead of President Trump’s appearance before the General Assembly meeting in New York City.
Buttigieg compared Trump to a child during his remarks, and suggested the U.S. would not provide leadership at the UN under the Republican president.
The article goes on to state the following:
“Having seen what happened to us at the G-7 where the American president was basically patted on the head and told to go enjoy himself while the grownups sat down to talk about climate change, I am very nervous about how the U.S. is going to look at the U.N. General Assembly that is going to convene right here in the United States,” Buttigieg said in an address to supporters in Iowa Falls.
In Iowa Falls, Pete Buttigieg tells supporters he’s “very nervous about how the US is going to look at the UN General Assembly that’s about to convene,” asks, “Will it be one more time where the seat for US leadership is empty?” pic.twitter.com/Vsqrf5SUpd
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— The Hill (@thehill) September 23, 2019
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