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.
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