During a “Late Show” appearance, the openly gay transportation secretary said he might invite Speaker Mike Johnson – and his terrible record on LGBTQ+ rights – to his home.
The talk show host became emotional as Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg's husband recalled fearing "something was twisted and wrong with me."
The former vice president responded to criticism by suggesting the transportation secretary "can't take a joke."
“Where would you be?” Chasten Buttigieg scolded Mike Pence after he cracked a homophobic joke about his husband Pete Buttigieg taking paternity leave.
"You need new material. Go yell at an M&M," said the transportation secretary's spouse.
“This kind of rhetoric is easy. It’s so easy to attack people and to go on your talk show and fire people up about something that’s not happening,” Chasten Buttigieg said.
Pete Buttigieg Gives Clear, Concise Defense Of Husband, Brett Kavanaugh Protesters In Fox News Interview
Chasten Buttigieg joked that Brett Kavanaugh "just wanted some privacy to make his own dining decisions" after pro-choice protesters showed up at his dinner.
The extremist Republican mocked Pete Buttigieg for taking paternity leave but now says the role of the father is "fundamental to the family."
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.