Deleted Biden campaign ad slamming Buttigieg’s lack of experience resurfaces amid multiple crises
, 2023-01-04 20:49:11
A political campaign ad released by President Biden’s campaign ahead of the 2020 presidential election attacking Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, a presidential candidate in Democratic primary, for his inexperience has resurfaced amid a series of crises.
The Biden campaign released the ad on published Feb. 8, 2020, days after the Iowa Democratic presidential caucuses and days before the New Hampshire Democratic presidential primary. The video — which slammed Buttigieg, the former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, for his inexperience — was eventually deleted in December 2020 after Biden announced he would select Buttigieg to lead the Transportation Department during his administration.
“When President Obama called on him, Joe Biden helped lead the passage of the Affordable Care Act which gave health care to 20 million people,” the now-deleted ad stated. “And when parkgoers called on Pete Buttigieg, he installed decorative lights under bridges, giving citizens of South Bend colorfully illuminated rivers.”
“Joe Biden helped save the auto industry which revitalized the economy of the Midwest and led the passage and implementation of the Recovery Act, saving our economy from a depression,” it continued. “Pete Buttigieg revitalized the sidewalks of downtown South Bend by laying out decorative brick.”
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The ad also stated that while Biden helped pass a ban on assault weapons and…
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