South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg lashed out at President Donald Trump accusing him of using the vocabulary of dictators.

When asked if he was worried about Trump’s remark on the press as ‘enemy of the people’, Buttigieg replied he was concerned about the president’s bad sense of humour claiming that the President was speaking the language of dictators.

Ironically, Buttigieg himself has been often found using slogan that has to do with the communist dictators in Cuba and Venezuela.

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Lately, he came under fire for using slogans used by communist dictators in Cuba and Venezuela. In a tweet on December 16, the South Bend Mayor tweeted that he was proud to announce a bold, comprehensive plan to dismantle the institutional barriers that have kept Latinos from feeling like they fully belong in their country.

He also wrote that the people united will never be defeated. The slogan quoted by Buttigieg was first used in Chile during the 1970s by Salvador Allende supporters. Allende was a Marxist backed by Fidel Castro and Che Guevara.

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