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Pete Buttigieg has the best response to GOP lawmaker’s “ridiculous question” about Joe Biden

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Subscribe to our newsletter to stay up-to-date with the latest LGBTQ news“My question for you is, sir, have you spoken with any other Cabinet members about implementing the 25th Amendment on President Biden?” Nehls asked.

The 25th Amendment allows “the Vice President and a majority of either the principal officers of the executive departments or of such other body as Congress may by law provide” to declare “that the President is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office.”Biden actually did fall of a bike last month while in Delaware, unlike some of the other stories Nehls referenced.“First of all, I’m glad to have a president who can ride a bicycle, and-” Buttigieg started to reply, possibly a reference to Donald Trump’s statement that he “will never, ever ride a bicycle.”“Answer the question!” Nehls barked, cutting Buttigieg off.“I will look beyond the insulting nature of that question and make clear to you that the president of the United States-” Buttigieg said before Nehls cut him off again.“Have you spoken to any Cabinet members about implementing the 25th Amendment on President Biden?” Nehls asked.“Of course not,” Buttigieg said as the committee chair asked Nehls to allow Buttigieg to answer.“This is my time!” Nehls responded, asking his question again even though it had already been answered.“The president of the United States is as vigorous a colleague or boss as I have ever had the pleasure of working with,” Buttigieg said as Nehls continued to rant.Nehls was out of time and asked the chair for another minute to question Buttigieg.“Absolutely not,” he said.

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