Tuesday, March 12, 2019 | Michael F. Haverluck
ONE NEWS NOW — Presenting himself as a potential 2020 Democratic presidential candidate, Mayor Pete Buttigieg called Vice President Mike Pence’s Christianity into question Sunday at a CNN town hall event, calling President Donald Trump’s running mate a “cheerleader of the porn-star presidency.”
“[Buttigieg started] lambasting the former governor of his home state of Indiana for defending President Donald Trump and questioning whether he stopped ‘believing in Scripture when he started believing Donald Trump,” CNN reported.
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The insults started flying after CNN’s Jake Tapper asked the openly homosexual mayor of South Bend, Indiana, a question comparing Pence with Trump.
“Would Pence be a better or worse president than President Trump?” Tapper posed to Buttigieg, according to CNN.
The mayor of the home to Notre Dame University wasted no time before taking jabs at the top two Republicans in the White House.
“Does it have to be those two?” Buttigieg asked.
The feisty Democrat then posed another question of his own – taking a swipe at Pence’s integrity as a Christian.
“I don’t know – it’s really strange because I used to at least believe that he believed,” Buttigieg continued in his response, according to TheBlaze. “I disagreed with him ferociously on these things, but I thought, ‘Well, at least he believed in our institutions, and he’s not personally corrupt.”
He proceeded by suggesting that if Pence was truly a Christian, he would not have decided to become Trump’s running mate.