Andrew Yang on NHPR.
You’ve been a part of the Yang Gang so you know that we’re building something special here. But the media is starting to take notice too.
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The Yang Gang
Fred Raimey, a 42-year-old truck driver who records YouTube videos under the name “Fred the Felon,” had come a long way to see Andrew Yang. He had discovered the presidential candidate on podcasts and shaken off his political cynicism. Yang, he explained, had “real solutions” — starting with his idea of providing a universal basic income of $12,000 annually to every American. That, Raimey said, was why he invited Yang into his truck to record a video, and why he drove from Arizona to rural New Hampshire to see Yang speak.
You can read the full coverage here.
Watch the full interview here.
“Andrew Yang’s presidential platform is idiosyncratic. He’d like to fine companies that harass you with robocalls, force the NCAA to pay its college athletes, modernize voting so you can cast ballots from your cell phone and create a system that ensures Americans have an income of at least $1,000 a month.”
Watch the entire discussion here.