Pete Buttigieg

Jesse Moss' new film takes an intimate look at the current transportation secretary's 2020 presidential bid and marriage to husband Chasten.
While Tucker Carlson was making homophobic jokes about Buttigieg's parental leave on national TV, the family was dealing with a health crisis.
The conspiracy theory-endorsing lawmaker also slung a homophobic dig at Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg.
Chasten Buttigieg wrote that baby Gus "has been having a rough go of it."
Amazon's "Mayor Pete," due out Nov. 12, promises an intimate look at Buttigieg's marriage to husband Chasten and the grueling 2020 campaign.
The Fox News personality offered a fake apology following criticism of his homophobic and misogynistic remark about the transportation secretary.
"I guess he just doesn’t understand the concept of bottle feeding," the transportation secretary said.
The Fox News host mocked the transportation secretary, who just welcomed twins with his husband.
The transportation secretary and former presidential candidate said he was "delighted" to become a father.
The transportation secretary, who had previously spoken about his desire to become a father, said he was "overjoyed" by the news.
“There’s no other country that builds highways and airways and never even considers high-speed rail as an option,” one rail advocate lamented.
Chasten Buttigieg, the husband of Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, told Ronna McDaniel to “re-visit your party’s platform before you open your mouth about Pride.”
The two sides remain far apart on the size of an infrastructure package, and even more critically, how to pay for it.
The transportation secretary, who is Christian, offered a message to white evangelicals who don't want to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Buttigieg, who has called for the U.S. to be a global leader in high-speed rail, said there's nothing he loves more "than bringing attention to an unglamorous topic."
Speaking to Seth Meyers, the transportation secretary reminded viewers that, yes, air transit can be romantic -- and an apt metaphor for marriage itself.
The transportation secretary said there is no reason America has to "settle for less" when it comes to public transportation.
The Senate has confirmed Pete Buttigieg as transportation secretary, making him the first openly gay person confirmed to a Cabinet post.
The former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, will serve as the country's 19th secretary of transportation.
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