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  • So, who is Andrew Yang...

  • other than the man debate moderators turn to

  • when they're sick of being yelled at by Bernie?

  • It turns out he's got a pretty interesting story.

  • NEWSMAN: His parents immigrated from Taiwan.

  • His father, a physicist.

  • His mother has a master's in math and statistics.

  • Yang grew up in Schenectady, New York.

  • YANG: I was a very nerdy Chinese kid.

  • Played piano and had braces.

  • NEWSMAN: He studied economics and political science

  • at Brown, and went to law school at Columbia.

  • NEWSWOMAN: Yang made millions helping Americans study harder

  • for standardized tests

  • as CEO of Manhattan Prep.

  • He then founded Venture for America,

  • an organization helping entrepreneurs create jobs

  • in cities like Baltimore and Detroit,

  • and Yang says it helped push him into politics.

  • He was named a presidential ambassador

  • of entrepreneurship by the Obama administration,

  • and a champion of change.

  • Okay, wait. What?

  • I didn't know that.

  • Yang was Obama's ambassador of entrepreneurship.

  • I didn't know that.

  • Like, why does he never talk about that at the debates?

  • Yeah. 'Cause if you have anything to do with Obama,

  • you got to bring that shit up every time you get a chance.

  • Every other candidate does it.

  • I was his vice president.

  • I worked in his cabinet.

  • If you squint, I kind of look like him.

  • (laughter)

  • So Andrew Yang is a lawyer

  • who made millions of dollars as an entrepreneur.

  • But what got his presidential campaign noticed

  • was not how much money he has,

  • but how much money he was willing to give away.

  • NARRATOR: He announced in 2017.

  • That barely moved the needle.

  • Then he went on The Joe Rogan Experience

  • in February of 2019.

  • He talked about his Universal Basic Income plan,

  • which would give every American citizen

  • a thousand dollars a month,

  • and suddenly the mentions of him skyrocketed.

  • Tonight, free money for every American adult

  • for every month, no strings attached.

  • Presidential candidate Andrew Yang's big idea:

  • Give every American adult a thousand dollars a month.

  • If you've heard anything about me and my campaign,

  • you've heard something like this:

  • There's an Asian man running for president

  • who wants to give everyone $1,000 a month.

  • Yes. When Andrew Yang started running for president,

  • no one cared, but then when they found out

  • he was gonna give out free money,

  • all of a sudden, everyone knew his name.

  • And that's the magic of money.

  • It brings people out of the woodwork.

  • Yeah. Everyone. Yeah.

  • You win the lottery, you'll get family you didn't know existed.

  • In fact, next time there's an earthquake emergency,

  • right, the personnel should just walk around the rubble, like,

  • "I'm giving away free cash!"

  • People will dig themselves out of the rubble, like,

  • "Did someone say free cash?"

  • So, under Universal Basic Income,

  • or, as Andrew Yang calls it, the Freedom Dividend,

  • his proposal is that every single American

  • over the age of 18 would receive a check

  • for a thousand dollars every month.

  • No strings attached. Every American.

  • Even Bill Gates. Yeah.

  • And, like, what is Bill Gates gonna do with a check

  • for a thousand dollars? Just be like,

  • "Great. I can dip this in water and use it as a wet nap.

  • Thank you, U.S. government. Thank you."

  • So that's the policy that made Andrew Yang famous.

  • And it turns out, there's a lot more where that came from.

  • NARRATOR: No other Democratic candidate

  • has more policy stances on their website than Yang.

  • From core issues like the Freedom Dividend

  • to more obscure ones targeting airlines and robocalling.

  • Some of his other policy proposals:

  • Medicare for all, gun safety,

  • and even free marriage counseling for all.

  • TV REPORTER: Yang says that he would pardon

  • every prison inmate convicted

  • of non-violent marijuana offenses if he gets elected.

  • And Andrew Yang says if he were elected,

  • he would promote transparency

  • by declassifying information

  • about Air Force Area 51.

  • So if I become privy to information

  • about aliens or Area 51

  • or anything that I am able to share,

  • I will share it.

  • Ah, okay.

  • That's super exciting.

  • If Andrew Yang becomes president,

  • he's gonna tell all of us what's in Area 51?

  • -That is so dope. -(whooping)

  • That is so dope, because we get to learn about aliens

  • and Rudy Giuliani gets to meet his family.

  • Wow!

  • Everybody wins.

  • So that's Andrew Yang.

  • A businessman turned politician

  • who wants to show us the money and the aliens.

  • Oh, and there's one other thing you should know about him.

  • He's probably gonna spend his $1,000 a month

  • on the swear jar.

  • Donald Trump's the scissors, I'm the (bleep) rock.

  • There's a lot of bullshit around it, too.

  • I call bullshit!

  • And I should really (bleep) do it.

  • That's right, I did some (bleep) math!

  • (bleep). Shit. (bleep).

  • Challenge (bleep) accepted.

  • You are getting (bleep).

  • And so, because you're getting (bleep),

  • you're just like, "Hey, I don't want to care."

  • And I want to undo that.

  • I want to un(bleep) you.

  • And so, if you want to help me un(bleep) you,

  • then, like, vote me into office.

  • What?

  • I want to un(bleep) you?

  • I got to say, that's a weird presidential pitch.

  • But it would make a really original R & B song, you know?

  • Just like, ♪ If I had known your bed

  • Was a mattress on the ground, boy

  • Oh, I want to un(bleep) you. ♪

  • But, yeah, it turns out Andrew Yang

  • doesn't just have tons of policies,

  • he has a ton of curse words.

  • And you know what?

  • That could actually be the key

  • to getting him more attention at these debates.

  • Yeah, think about it.

  • Trump didn't get onstage

  • and release a bunch of policy papers.

  • No, he went up there, and he said...

  • he said he had a big penis, and if Americans voted for him,

  • the rest of us would have big penises, too,

  • and Mexico would pay for them.

  • So, Andrew Yang, if you want more media attention,

  • you got to take it, man.

  • The next time you get up on that stage,

  • make your six minutes count.

  • Just come out onstage and be like,

  • "Elect me, and I'll make it rain every mother(bleep) month!

  • "Universal basic income

  • "for all you universal basic bitches!

  • "This shit's gonna work, and you can trust my ass

  • 'cause I rolled with Barack mother(bleep) Obama."

So, who is Andrew Yang...

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