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Presidential candidate and South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg had an awkward campaign trail encounter Tuesday with a woman in Iowa who told him she once met the late-Robert F. Kennedy.
The Democrat was campaigning at the Iowa State Fair when a woman approached him and said she met Kennedy in 1968, according to a tweet from a CNN producer.
The article goes on to state the following:
“I shook Robert Kennedy’s hand in 1968,” the woman told him.
Buttigieg responded: “So you’re good luck?”
“Not really— he was shot a month later,” the woman said.
“I shook Robert Kennedy’s hand in 1968,” a woman tells Pete Buttigieg. “So you’re good luck?” he asks. “Not really— he was shot a month later,” she tells him. pic.twitter.com/RiW0fw1uwB
— DJ Judd (@DJJudd) August 13, 2019
This is an actual conversation:
Woman: “I shook Robert Kennedy’s hand in 1968.”
Buttigieg: “So you’re good luck?”
Woman “Not really— he was shot a month later.”
A history lesson for the young Democrat.https://t.co/PlXHVvSp6L
— Charlie Richards (@CharlieAtSalem) August 14, 2019
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