A New York Times journalist challenged Buttigieg on his work at McKinsey. Buttigieg called the premise 'bulls--t.'

Pete Buttigieg.
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Pete Buttigieg's interview with The New York Times got a little bumpy.

The former South Bend, Indiana, mayor sat down with the Times as part of the outlet's series on Democratic presidential candidates. Buttigieg's interview largely went as one would expect — he defended his choice to work at McKinsey, argued he could rally support from black voters, and outlined his stance on issues ranging from climate change to abortion.

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