Buttigieg Said If He Wins In 2020, He’ll Pay Trump To Do Chores Around White House

Democrats are still worried about what will happen if President Trump loses this November and refuses to concede but Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg has a plan: he’ll hire him.

Buttigieg told a crowd in Reno, Nevada: “If he won’t leave—I guess if he’s willing to do chores, I guess we could work something out.”

Watch his comments below:

As the Hill reports, Buttigieg had a similar response when asked the same question by comedian Bill Maher.

The South Bend mayor answered: “It’s going to be pretty awkward when Chasten [Buttigieg’s husband] and I are moving in our furniture.”

According to the report, Buttigieg went onto encourage his supporters to continue in their winning ways.

Buttigieg was officially declared the winner of the Iowa Caucus and took second place in the New Hampshire primary.

“I think we want to set a goal of winning big enough that this election is way beyond cheating distance and that Trumpism goes into the history books, too,” Buttigieg continued.

“It’s gotta be a win so big that Senate Republicans are reunited with their consciousness, and only a political shockwave can do that, and that’s part of our focus,” he added per the report.

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