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Pete and Chasten Buttigieg Did A Cute, Personal Twitter Q&A

Pete and Chasten

The pair talked go-to date nights and Billy Porter.

Chasten Buttigieg entertained his followers with a short question and answer session on Twitter this week, revealing small tidbits about himself and his husband, presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg.

Our potential first-ever First Gentleman and his husband were stuck on the tarmac at an airport while travelling on Wednesday night, when Chasten started up the Q&A. His one rule was simple: the questions couldn't be political.

"Stuck on a tarmac with Peter. Q&A but it can't be political. Go," he tweeted.

The responses were varied. One follower said they and their fiance were dressing up as the presidential nominee and his husband for Halloween a few days before they get married, and needed a little advice.

"Where does @PeteButtigieg get most of those blue ties?" they asked.

"You mean where do I buy his ties? Try the clearance bin at Macy's," Chasten responded.

New York Magazinecontributer Yashar Ali asked if Chasten and his husband were "pro-Elephant."

"Of course!" Chasten tweeted. "Visiting an elephant sanctuary was life changing."

Asked what the pair's "go to date night is," Chasten admitted the two keep it pretty simple.

"Gym, walk the dogs, dinner, movie," he tweeted "I like being out and about, but nights alone are so rare that the silence and time home alone is v special."

For a pop culture-centric question, a follower asked whether Billy Porter deserves an Oscar "simply for existing." The award is the last he needs to EGOT.

"Of course! But do we deserve @theebillyporter?," Chasten wrote. The response we like to see!

Pete got in on the action himself; when asked if the presidential nominee has an "impressive library of sighs," he replied with the perfect gif.

The gay presidential candidate gave a speech at the Greater Indianapolis NAACP 50th Freedom Fund Banquet Friday in which he spoke on the widespread effects of racism and his Douglass plan, a policy guide to address systemic racism towards Black Americans.

Last month Buttigieg shared his coming out story during the third Democratic primary debates, making him the first-ever candidate to do so.

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