Buttigieg discussed the turmoil he faced as a young gay man growing up in Indiana during a speech in D.C.
The Mayor of South Bend, Indiana also talked about the "frustrating" amount of support Trump has from evangelical voters.
"Whether or not [Trump] gets $1.6 billion from Congress, whether or not he gets $2.5 billion or $5.7 billion, he's going to do whatever he legally can to secure that border," Trump's acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney said.
Florida senator opposes declaring a national emergency.
"It goes something like this, 'If you don't go easy on Flynn, I'll break your kneecaps," the lawyer and former New York City mayor said.
"If they [Republicans] break as a group, the president is totally on an island, totally unprotected from [Special Counsel Robert] Mueller, totally unprotected from a lot of things," Chuck Todd said.
"Now we know that there were communications between Pecker and Trump related to what is really a scheme," Daniel Goldman said.
"It just like a lot of other things we've done in Washington," the Republican senator from Kentucky argued. "We've overcriminalized campaign finance."
The controversial commentator has previously suggested on Twitter that the migrant caravan approaching the U.S.-Mexico border was an attempt to sway the upcoming midterm elections.
The president made the comments on Saturday night.
NBC host Chuck Todd saved his sole reference to Trump's vulgar comment for the last line of his show.
The president again rails against the media for covering the investigations into possible Russia-Trump team ties.
Priebus wriggles in his effort to deny campaign involvement.
Trump critics have been threatened by fans stirred up by Trump's tweets.
Democrats seem to believe their good manners will be rewarded by voters.
Donald Trump and John Kasich participated in town halls for a second consecutive night.
At a Wednesday town hall, the senator said he hypothetically wouldn't agree to the second-highest position in the U.S.