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'Mayor Pete' Buttigieg ends improbable U.S. presidential bid

Reuters Monday, 2 March 2020
Pete Buttigieg, who entered the Democratic presidential race as a relative unknown and positioned himself as the future of the party during an improbable rise to the top tier of a crowded field, ended his White House bid on Sunday.
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Pete Buttigieg, who entered the Democratic presidential race as a relative unknown ended his White House bid on Sunday. Reuters reports he was able to position himself as the future of the party during an improbable rise to the top. 38-year old Buttigieg is a former two-term mayor of South Bend,...

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