Buttigieg responds to Biden's electability criticism
While on "The View" Thursday, former Mayor Pete Buttigieg fired back at Joe Biden for his remarks that it would be a risk for the Democratic Party to nominate Buttigieg, given his limited experience as a small-town mayor.
"Well if that argument is about electability and the ability to win, we just had the first election of the 2020 process. I think that's my answer."— Pete Buttigieg on "The View"
The state of play: Buttigieg has earned the highest percentage of delegates in Iowa so far with 26.2%, followed by Sen. Bernie Sanders at 26.1%, Sen. Elizabeth Warren at 18.2% and Joe Biden at 15.8%.
- The former vice president called the Iowa caucus a "gut punch" and attacked Sanders for his socialistic agenda and Buttigieg for his lack of experience.