Andrew Yang Live TV on MSNBC with Alex Witt

“59% of Americans cannot pay an unexpected $500 bill. There is a mindset of scarcity that has swept the country and the freedom dividend would reverse that. It will help people become more rational, optimistic, and abundant. I am a serial entrepreneur, worked with hundreds of entrepreneurs, and have created thousands of jobs and this…

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By on June 4th, 2018

Andrew Yang Sits down with Yahoo Finance Live Show

Andrew Yang sat down with Yahoo Finance’s live afternoon show, Midday Movers to discuss his run for President of the United States.

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By on April 30th, 2018

CBS News TV Interview with Andrew Yang

Last week Andrew Yang had an interview with CBS News on a new segment they are hosting about labor automation. The piece was called, “Replacing Humans: The automation equation” See it here.

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By on April 30th, 2018

Reaching Millions with a Viral CNBC Interview

Interviewed by Catherine Clifford of CNBC, this latest piece of press hit a new stride in the mainstream being shared in the hundreds of thousands with views in the multi-millions. View the piece here.

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By on April 15th, 2018

One Million Views in 3 Days on NowThis – Andrew Yang for UBI

NowThis Media’s viral video discussing Andrew Yang’s Universal Basic Income that featured thoughts from Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden on the plan.

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By on April 5th, 2018

New York Times Profile on Andrew’s 2020 Bid

Andrew Yang’s campaign for President was released in the New York Times on February 11th.

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By on March 12th, 2018

Vanity Fair Live Interview

Vanity Fair’s live afternoon broadcast called The Hive Live to discuss labor automation, his Presidency, and Universal Basic Income.

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By on March 12th, 2018

Andrew Yang’s live TV Interview with Bloomberg

Featured on BloombergTV March 4th to discuss labor automation and Universal Basic Income.

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By on March 12th, 2018

Su Consigna de 2020: Ojo con los Robots

10 de Febrero del 2018 por Kevin Roose The New York Times Artículo original Entre los muchos, muchos demócratas que buscarán la nominación presidencial del partido en el año 2020, la mayoría probablemente estén de acuerdo con unos cuantos puntos centrales: proteger a DACA, reintegrarse al acuerdo climático de París y desentrañar las exenciones fiscales…

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By on March 1st, 2018