Buttigieg Pledges Support For Key Demographic’s Museum

Via The Washington Examiner:

WALNUT, California — Pete Buttigieg pitched building a national museum celebrating the contributions of Latino Americans as part of his plan to patch over relations with the community after President Trump.

“The demonization of the Latino community is a stain on the morality of our country, and it is the job of the president to send a different moral message,” Buttigieg, 37, said Friday during a Latino town hall in Walnut, California.

The South Bend, Indiana, mayor and Democratic presidential candidate added that meant “making sure that we have the kind of education about the contributions of Latino Americans, including a museum.”

“[A museum] I believe deserves to be established at the national level,” he said.