Pete On The Issues

The Breakfast Club




0:04
Introduction by Charlamagne
0:26
I read something that said your name helped you in your mayoral races.
1:00
Are you the youngest mayor?
1:09
How do you handle all the power of being a mayor at such a young age?
2:01
How much can you listen to social media?
2:43
Let's talk about your background & South Bend.
4:07
"The past was never quite as good as advertised"
5:03
Why does Trump's rhetoric about going back into the past work?
5:58
What are Democrats going to do to make our lives better?
6:17
What are we going to do about public education?
7:32
Couldn't we just make all public servants tax exempt?
9:32
You compared Harvard to X-Men. Can you explain that? What's your special power?
10:39
You had the opportunity to work with Obama during his Senate campaign. Why didn't you?
11:38
When you were working on the Kerry campaign, did you think you would ever run for President?
12:25
Have you faced a lot of homophobia while being in public office?
14:40
Was your husband supportive of you running for president?
16:18
I read that you were a fan of Eminem. You are gay, and he has had homophobic lyrics. Is that a contradiction?
17:09
Do you like Chick-Fil-A?
17:26
We live in an era where we can't see nuance anymore. How we start seeing nuance again?
18:22
Why do you think millennials are so attracted to you?
19:17
What is your black agenda?
21:01
How do you fix segregation in our neighborhoods?
22:09
Everyone's missing the point of reparations. How do we systematically undo the damages to the black community from a history of white supremacy?
25:50
One part of prison reform is creating real correctional facilities. How do you reform prisons that way?
26:31
How do we help people with the transition after incarceration when they can be kept out of jobs because of their previous incarceration?
27:11
What do you think about the electoral college?
29:24
Did Barack Obama set the table for someone like you?
30:51
I'm having trouble right now because I don't trust an honest politician. What is wrong with our politics that there aren't more people that are honest like you?
31:49
What can we do to make sure women, and especially women of color, start making as much money as our male counterparts?
33:03
What happens in your city if an officer uses force too frequently?
34:05
I appreciated the letter you wrote to the Muslims in South Bend after the New Zealand attack. Did the city appreciate that?