WATCH: GQ’s web series gives glimpse into the far reaches of ‘Mayor Pete’ campaign

In what might well be described as the web series, GQ’s inaugural “Mayor Pete” made its debut this weekend, featuring a range of people who have been inspired by Pete Buttigieg. From ordinary Americans…

WATCH: GQ’s web series gives glimpse into the far reaches of ‘Mayor Pete’ campaign

In what might well be described as the web series, GQ’s inaugural “Mayor Pete” made its debut this weekend, featuring a range of people who have been inspired by Pete Buttigieg. From ordinary Americans (K-Pop legend Deoksu Kang, who is also a wrestling star in South Korea) to artists and their artwork (Tanya Bearden and Frank Delgado), politics is never far away from the conversation. The mayor of South Bend, Indiana’s 400-year-old insurance company, Buttigieg, a former Navy officer and Rhodes Scholar, has gained national attention after launching his long-shot campaign for president. In the videos, Buttigieg tries to inspire as much as answers questions from the “Mayor Pete” viewers — speaking directly to the camera on how to do one’s best, while carving his way through bumps on the campaign trail.

Tiered episode is available to watch below.

The mayor of South Bend, Indiana’s 400-year-old insurance company, Pete Buttigieg, has gained national attention after launching his long-shot campaign for president. In the videos, Buttigieg tries to inspire as much as answers questions from the “Mayor Pete” viewers — speaking directly to the camera on how to do one’s best, while carving his way through bumps on the campaign trail.

The mayor of South Bend, Indiana’s 400-year-old insurance company, Pete Buttigieg, has gained national attention after launching his long-shot campaign for president. In the videos, Buttigieg tries to inspire as much as answers questions from the “Mayor Pete” viewers — speaking directly to the camera on how to do one’s best, while carving his way through bumps on the campaign trail.

The mayor of South Bend, Indiana’s 400-year-old insurance company, Pete Buttigieg, has gained national attention after launching his long-shot campaign for president. In the videos, Buttigieg tries to inspire as much as answers questions from the “Mayor Pete” viewers — speaking directly to the camera on how to do one’s best, while carving his way through bumps on the campaign trail.

The mayor of South Bend, Indiana’s 400-year-old insurance company, Pete Buttigieg, has gained national attention after launching his long-shot campaign for president. In the videos, Buttigieg tries to inspire as much as answers questions from the “Mayor Pete” viewers — speaking directly to the camera on how to do one’s best, while carving his way through bumps on the campaign trail.

The mayor of South Bend, Indiana’s 400-year-old insurance company, Pete Buttigieg, has gained national attention after launching his long-shot campaign for president. In the videos, Buttigieg tries to inspire as much as answers questions from the “Mayor Pete” viewers — speaking directly to the camera on how to do one’s best, while carving his way through bumps on the campaign trail.

The mayor of South Bend, Indiana’s 400-year-old insurance company, Pete Buttigieg, has gained national attention after launching his long-shot campaign for president. In the videos, Buttigieg tries to inspire as much as answers questions from the “Mayor Pete” viewers — speaking directly to the camera on how to do one’s best, while carving his way through bumps on the campaign trail.

The mayor of South Bend, Indiana’s 400-year-old insurance company, Pete Buttigieg, has gained national attention after launching his long-shot campaign for president. In the videos, Buttigieg tries to inspire as much as answers questions from the “Mayor Pete” viewers — speaking directly to the camera on how to do one’s best, while carving his way through bumps on the campaign trail.

“Mayor Pete” is available as an upcoming weekly web series created by GQ magazine. To watch more episodes, visit the GQ website.

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