• Buttigieg Responds To Limbaugh's Homophobic Remarks: 'I'm Proud Of My Marriage'

    1 month ago - By The Huffington Post

    "I'm not going to take lectures on family values" from him, the Democratic presidential candidate told CNN.
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  • Buttigieg: ‘I'm not going to be lectured' by Limbaugh

    Buttigieg: ‘I'm not going to be lectured' by Limbaugh

    1 month ago - By Politico

    Pete Buttigieg said on Sunday he isn't taking “lectures on family values” from Rush Limbaugh, chiding conservative figures who have attacked the Democratic presidential candidate over his homosexuality.
    The Democratic presidential candidate defended his marriage during an interview with host Chris Wallace on “Fox News Sunday,” saying that America has “moved on” from the idea that a person who identifies as LGBTQ can't become president.
    “I'm proud of my marriage. And I'm proud of my husband,” Buttigieg said. “And I am saddened for what the Republican Party has become if they embrace that...
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  • Buttigieg responds to Limbaugh's homophobic remarks: ‘I love my husband'

    Buttigieg responds to Limbaugh's homophobic remarks: ‘I love my husband'

    1 month ago - By WGN TV

    Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg responded Sunday to Rush Limbaugh's recent homophobic remarks, saying he doesn't take “lectures on family values” from the conservative radio host and Medal of Freedom recipient.
    “Well, I love my husband. I'm faithful to my husband. On stage we usually just go for a hug. But I love him very much, and I'm not going take lectures on family values from the likes of Rush Limbaugh,” Buttigieg, who is gay, told CNN's Dana Bash on “State of the Union.”
    Last week, Limbaugh, a longtime radio host who is known for his incendiary comments on...
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  • Pete Buttigieg Responds to Rush Limbaugh 'Gay Guy' Remark: 'I'm Not Going to Take Lectures on Family Values' From Him

    1 month ago - By Newsweek

    Buttigieg responded to the conservative talk show host's comments claiming the former mayor can never be president because he has been "kissing his husband" on the debate stages.
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