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The New York Times’s editorial board is calling on presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg to disclose more information during his time at consulting firm McKinsey & Company, as the mayor sees momentum building for his campaign, and the firm faces scrutiny.

The board wrote in an op-ed published Thursday that while Buttigieg has said he is bound by a nondisclosure agreement, he still owes voters “a more complete account of his time at the company.”

The article goes on to state the following:

“In Mr. Buttigieg’s case, the most straightforward solution is for McKinsey to release him from his vows of silence — or at least to substitute a significantly more permissive agreement,” the opinion article stated.

“The obligation to provide more information, however, ultimately falls on Mr. Buttigieg. He must find a way to give voters a more complete accounting of his time at the company,” the op-ed continued.

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