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Why don't you just call me President Pete? My last name? Never mind...

A 37-year-old fellow named Pete Buttigieg appeared on a network morning show last week to talk a little about his new book, but mostly about running for president in 2020.

He has been the mayor of South Bend, Ind., for seven years, and is no dummy. He attended Harvard, earned a Rhodes Scholarship to Oxford and served as an intelligence officer in Afghanistan. He's also gay, which shouldn't be an issue but will be

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