HOLLYWOOD, CA — (12-09-19) — Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg is preparing to reveal his client list from his time working for the consulting firm of McKinsey & Co. between 2007 to 2010.

After heavy pressure from DNC political pundits and fellow Democratic candidate Elizabeth Warren, McKinsey & Co., have released Pete Buttigieg from his Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA), allowing him to reveal his client list for transparency.

“We recognize the unique circumstances presented by a presidential campaign,” a McKinsey spokesperson said in a statement to Politico. “After receiving permission from the relevant clients, we have informed Mr. Buttigieg that he may disclose the identity of the clients he served while at McKinsey from 2007 to 2010.”

Buttigieg is being critized for being a member of the “whiz kids” team doing work on behalf of McKinsey in Iraq and Afghanistan. According to Buttigieg, he was tasked with helping businesses in the war torn countries flourish so they could hire young people and prevent them from joining extremists and terrorist groups.

The candidate said he worked on expanding agricultural opportunities in Afghanistan and energy efficiency research to improve the conditions on the ground.

Article by: Paul Goldberg, Staff Writer

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