HEADQUARTERS — WASHINGTON Former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg has been endorsed as a “leader of rare decency” by the grandson of House Democratic Whip James Clyburn, D-South Carolina.
The senior Clyburn is a powerful figure in South Carolina politics and a leading African-American lawmaker in the United States Senate and House of Representatives. It is made plain at the outset of the commercial that he has not endorsed any candidate in the Democratic primary.
Mayor Pete Someone Whose Word Can Be Relied Upon.
His grandson Walter A. Clyburn Reed, though, is working to get people to vote for Buttigieg. In the advertisement, Clyburn Reed states, “Mayor Pete works so hard for those in need, regardless of where they live or what they look like, harder than anyone I’ve encountered.”
“When it comes to reducing gun violence and prejudice, increasing wages, and improving access to healthcare, our community knows it can trust Mayor Pete. Someone whose word can be relied upon.”
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Buttigieg Trying For Months To Increase His Popularity Among Black Voters.
The Buttigieg campaign has announced that the commercial featuring Walter Clyburn Reed will run in the state of South Carolina all through the month of January. Buttigieg has been trying for months to increase his popularity among black voters, but to little avail.
Buttigieg received 2% of the vote in a Washington Post-Ipsos poll of black Democratic leaners conducted last week. Buttigieg received only 4% of the vote in the most recent survey conducted in South Carolina, which was conducted by Fox News in early January.
Manchin Addresses The Criticism.
After initially indicating he would not back Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s plan on healthcare, climate, and taxes, Jake first confronts Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin on why he ultimately signed on to it. In addition, Manchin addresses the criticism that the $739 billion agreement will lead to higher prices and taxes.
In addition, Jake asks Republican Senator Pat Toomey why he voted against legislation to aid members of the United States armed forces who were exposed to hazardous burn pits. Jake is joined in his response by Veterans Affairs Secretary Denis McDonough.
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Decipher The Meaning Of The Words Being Exchanged.
Newly elected Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese also joins to explain Australia’s response to China’s growing military presence and discuss his country’s ambitious aim to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050.
In particular, I enjoy the argument section. The content, to put it simply, can be a bit disorganised. To communicate, you and the other person must, in a sense, “read each other’s sentences” in an effort to decipher the meaning of the words being exchanged.
I like that the first Three debates are included in the text. To my mind, it’s a good thing that the rest of the conversations aren’t as tightly focused on the finer points and context. It was a bit of a muddle during the first argument.
In fact, there were probably a few of instances where I would have been absolutely befuddled if I hadn’t been reading the other person. Rep. James Clyburn calling me a “slut” (a word I had never heard before meeting him) was the most entertaining portion of the debate.