Buttigieg calls handling of Mueller report 'disturbing' in MSNBC interview

South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg, who is running for president, weighed in on the Mueller report release on "Morning Joe Thursday, calling the handling of its public release "disturbing."

"If I were advising a president in a moment like this, I would advise being as transparent as you can, and instead, it sounds like what they want to do is describe this thing and then hand it over," Buttigieg said.

Buttigieg also discussed his coming-out story, his decision to run for president and his stance on health care.

For more from the mayor and presidential hopeful's "Morning Joe" appearance, click here.