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Pete Buttigieg Talks 2024 Speculation on Tooning Out the News

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Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg will be “interviewed” by animated character Kylie Weaver on a new episode of Comedy Central’s Stephen Colbert Presents Tooning Out the News, which begins a new season Wednesday — and a clip will air Tuesday night on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert.In the exclusive clip below, Weaver tells Buttigieg that with President Joe Biden’s approval rating up, there’s no need for the Democratic Party “to rally behind a young, vibrant, gay transformative political figure” as a presidential candidate in 2024.She wonders, “Where would we even find someone like that?”Tooning Out the News features a cast of animated characters lampooning top news stories and interviewing real-world guests.

The series will air 13 episodes on Wednesday nights following The Daily Show With Trevor Noah. Each episode features three segments that focus on news of the day, the week’s most dominating stories, and special guests.

The weekly episodes will feature returning and new characters across the current show segments — “Big News,” “Virtue Signal,” “Hot Take,” and “Inside the Hill.” There will also be special event programming, such as coverage of the 2022 midterm elections, “A Very Special Pre-Recorded 2022 Year in Review,” and more.

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