Pete Buttigieg Discusses Recent Criticisms Of His Campaign’s Transparency | Rachel Maddow | MSNBC

Pete Buttigieg Discusses Recent Criticisms Of His Campaign's Transparency | Rachel Maddow | MSNBC 1


Mayor Pete Buttigieg, 2020 Democratic candidate for president, talks with Rachel Maddow about some of the recent criticisms his campaign has faced. Aired on 12/11/19.
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Pete Buttigieg Discusses Recent Criticisms Of His Campaign's Transparency | Rachel Maddow | MSNBC

31 Comments on "Pete Buttigieg Discusses Recent Criticisms Of His Campaign’s Transparency | Rachel Maddow | MSNBC"

  1. Imagine a president who releases information and is actually transparent.

  2. Remember when they consulted for AT&T on cellphones… great consulting!

  3. Peter Papoulias | December 11, 2019 at 3:43 PM | Reply

    Blue-Cross implemented automation and simple artificial intelligence to pre-process, process, and post process any claim.

  4. Who are these people who are happy with their insurance? I have yet to meet anyone who loves their insurance company.

    • I haven’t met a one! Last time I had good healthcare insurance plan was in the year 1998! I was so young I didn’t need it! They’ve gotten so unregulated and sovereign as an industry, that they just collect premiums; and throw claims in a fish bowl and pick which ones they’ll pay blindfolded! I’m blessed to still be healthy, and pray to God I don’t get a chronic disease or cancer. Imagine investing the money we pay for healthcare premiums into retirement accounts!

    • Camille Nicole | December 11, 2019 at 9:24 PM | Reply

      Whitney D. – What’s incredible is the lack of acknowledgment & little/no compassion for the millions of Americans unable to ever be in ur same position bc the social paradigm was purposefully created for inhibiting certain people access to sufficient education, adequate employment opportunities, & life circumstances needed to foster a well balanced adulthood. Not implying u shouldn’t be content in ur own life circumstances, just provoking thought.

    • Bram Reichbaum | December 11, 2019 at 9:36 PM | Reply

      @Whitney D. I hope you never have to put it to the real test, if someone comes down with a serious illness with a long-term and expensive course of treatment.

    • @Whitney D. . So, about the top 2%.. thanks

    • @Whitney D. You seem to be confusing your INSURANCE company with your EMPLOYER who pays the outrageous price gouging costs for said s**t insurance company. What is your insurance company and what specifically have they done to warrant your “love” for them? Just curious…

  5. Americans who are happy with their private health care are healthy people who need very little assistance with routine medical issues. It is not until one encounters a major medical problems that people realize how vulnerable they are.

  6. Taylor Gavinchuk | December 11, 2019 at 6:18 PM | Reply

    Bernie 2020, MSNBC has never heard of him but he’s legit.

  7. Sasha Magdaleno | December 11, 2019 at 8:11 PM | Reply

    Why did they edit out Rachel’s response to lying pete’s comment about putting private, for profit insurance companies out of business?

  8. Pretty weak questions. Not cool Rachel.

  9. Ok Pete. What happens to the great union healthcare if the union strikes?

    The corporation uses healthcare as a bargaining chip against them.

    What if unions didn’t have to negotiate for better health benefits?

    They could’ve used that effort to bargain for higher wages instead.

    Does Bernie’s plan address the concerns of unions on healthcare?

    Well he has a provision that says any money that corporations would save under Medicare for all would be given to their union workers in the form of pay increases or other benefits.

  10. Anybody here from Rational National?

  11. Canada is a capitalist country with a Medicare for All health system
    going on 60 years now. Canadians got a Medicare for All health system
    because they fought and voted for it. It’s not a perfect system but it
    cost 50% less than the American system and you don’t lose coverage if
    you get sick. It’s paid for the same way you pay for firefighters,
    teachers, schools, highways, army, government…..Many major capitalist
    countries have Medicare for All….France, England, Spain, Canada,

  12. Good , he’s wearing a jacket.

  13. Pete buttgig? Who is that?

  14. K!ng Knowledge | December 11, 2019 at 9:35 PM | Reply

    39 Billionaires Are Buying Mayor Pete Right Now

  15. K!ng Knowledge | December 11, 2019 at 9:36 PM | Reply

    Mayor Pete Wants To Send U.S Troops Into Mexico

  16. I think I found 1 positive comment in the last 20. lol

  17. He is such a gobshite. Rachel completely has the drop on him.

  18. Shocking, another lying politician… So what else is new? He didn’t lie, he just left that out, mmmmm Bernie Sanders 2020 he doesn’t lie

  19. Buttigieg is just another corporate-owned shill.

  20. That Maddow Guy Gives me the HEBBEE JEBEES!🤮

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