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‘Dude, show some humility’: NYC mayor rips Buttigieg for acting ‘so smug when you just got your ass kicked’

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The former mayor of South Bend, Indiana was blasted by the current mayor of New York City on Saturday evening.

Mayor Bill de Blasio, a supporter of Nevada Caucus winner Bernie Sanders, ripped Buttigieg for his speech following the contest.

“And hey, Pete Buttigieg, try to not be so smug when you just got your ass kicked,” de Blasio posted on Twitter.

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“You know how we form a winning coalition to beat Trump? With a true multi-racial coalition of working Americans: something Bernie Sanders has proven he can do and you haven’t,” he argued.

“Dude, show some humility,” de Blasio added.

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Trump’s ‘sore loser’ tiny desk performance mocked by New Yorker writer: ‘This does not project strength’

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