Key Words: Buttigieg defends Kavanaugh protesters’ right to demonstrate during his dinner


U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg on Sunday defended the right of abortion-rights protesters to demonstrate against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh outside of a restaurant where he was eating dinner.

“People are upset. They’re going to exercise their First Amendment rights. As long as that’s peaceful, that’s protected,” Buttigieg said on “Fox News Sunday,” according to a transcript. He said public officials should expect some amount of criticism and protests.


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