字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント >> Andrew Yang is publicly feuding with MSNBC, and I love it. So part of the problem is MSNBC has been slanted in their coverage against Yang. I don't know if it's been intentional. My read on this is that MSNBC just didn't take him seriously, and didn't include him in some of their graphics with poll results because they didn't take him seriously. But they should take him seriously because he does have some interesting things to say, and he's been doing pretty well. I mean, he's not a front runner, but he's been rising in the polls a little bit, and a lot of people are fans of his. So let me tell you what happened. So the last democratic debate was hosted by MSNBC. And like many of the debates actually, they didn't really go to Andrew Yang often. And so Andrew Yang decided to throw MSNBC under the bus while doing an interview with Wolf Blitzer on CNN. Take a look. >> Let's talk about that democratic presidential debate in Atlanta last night. It went off from more than two hours. You only got to speak for, and we did some checking, you can see over there, about six and a half minutes or so, that's probably half that some of the other candidates got. Do you think that was fair? >> You know, Wolfe, all I can say is I miss CNN moderating these debates. >> You got some of that the supporters behind you clearly. >> Because, no, no, I mean, they saw it last night too. I mean America saw it. I went 32 minutes without a question. And I was raising my hands trying to a get a word in edgewise during that time. So when you all moderated the debate, it was straight up the middle, it was professional. We got real substantive topics, like the wealth tax, like Bernie's jobs guarantee, what our vision for the country is moving forward? Whereas last night, I felt like I certainly had a lot more to say and a lot more to offer. >> Is Wolf Blitzer alive? >> Or awake during these segments. I believe, it looks like you have some supporters behind you like, yeah, yeah, yeah. Did you not realized that before, when they're just holding signs saying you know, that they support him, like what? Anyway, sorry, I know that that's beside the point, but. >> No no. >> Look at him, no reaction. He's like, it's like he's asleep, it's amazing. >> And so with Wolfe, if you noticed when he said I prefer debates on CNN Wolfe was like, >> He's just like a very subtle, yeah, expression. >> And I think that that's why he gave an awkward follow up because he didn't know what to say. Like if it was me, I'd be like yeah, boo-ya, better on TYT. That's right. But that's not who Wolf is. >> Yeah my producers didn't brief me on this. I don't know what I'm supposed to do now. >> Yeah, so the other day he actually, for the first time ever gave a tiny little editorial, Wolf Blitzer did, about immigration. But it was actually powerful, he talked about how his parents, families escaped the holocaust, and that's why we need to be open to immigrants. And I thought, Wolf, that's it, why haven't you been doing that for 20 years, that's way, way better right. >> Remember the percentage I told you. >> Yeah, but the reason he's on air is because people want emotionless not actual human beings, not the audience. The executives want and the advertisers want emotionless, bland people on air. If he'd been that Wolf Blitzer giving the passionate speech about immigration >> Then probably he wouldn't be on air. >> He wouldn't have been on air, right he wouldn't, that's right, he wouldn't be. But back to Yang. >> Yeah. >> So, look guys, we were the first show to have Andrew Yang on nationally, and we believe in outsiders. It doesn't mean we agree with everything that Andrew stands for. And we have slight differences on some of his policies and then wholeheartedly agree on other policies. >> I do not have slight differences, I'm just making that clear. >> Okay you have larger differences with, >> Yes. >> Universal basic income. >> But I love his democracy dollars. I think that it was groundbreaking, it was out there way before anybody else was. And pushed the entire field to a more progressive position on money in politics. And I said, look, real people like outsiders, and the media will not give many attention but he arise anyway. At the time, he might have been polling at number 20 or something, there was a field of 27 people at one point. >> Mm-hm. >> And I said he would rise to number six. Now, I'm telling you this not just to brag, but yeah a little bit to brag. He rose to number six, and stay there. He's been at number six for months now, right? >> Mm-hm. >> So why did I think he was going to that position? I knew the top five, and I knew that it was hard to break into the top five, but the others offered nothing interesting, nothing new. Whereas Andrew had a real initiative, and real plans, and real policies, whether you agree or disagree, right? And so, but the insiders on cable news and especially at MSNBC, where it's a democratic party establishment that completely rules that channel. They hate outsiders. They can't stand them. So everything about Andrew Yang is a turn off. They're like, this is going to hurt the Democratic Party. Actually, like doing something interesting and different and thoughtful, no it's gonna hurt. No, let's go back to bland and boring. >> I just don't think they took him seriously, which I think is always a mistake. >> And that is part of what I mean by they can't stand outsiders. They think like outside by definition are illegitimate. But what they're missing is, the whole audience is outsiders, we're not sitting in the middle of Washington, the halls of power, right? But they think that their audience is and Bill Crystal, and right? And these beltway people and what will Hillary Clinton, and Nancy Pelosi, and Chuck Schumer say? Who cares what they say? >> Right, and- >> But they do, they're obsessed with it. And I got news for you, Schumer and Pelosi are not big fans of Andrew Yang. >> Of course, of course, that's unsurprising. But Yang didn't stop the feud there. In fact, MSNBC tried to get him on to do an interview and he rejected them very publicly. So, on Twitter he wrote, was just asked to appear on MSNBC this weekend and told them I'd be happy to after they apologize on-air, discuss and include our campaign consistent with our polling, and allow surrogates from our campaign as they do other candidates. They think we need them. We don't. Look, I've got to say that last line is so good. It's so good. It's like what I dreamed about. >> Yeah. >> It's the stuff I dream about, okay. >> Yeah. >> Those moments were like people in these, the gatekeepers, right? They come groveling like it turns out that you do have some support, we need you, come do an interview. And you can just be like, tell me how my ass tastes. >> Okay, well, that's one way to go. >> I just love it, I live for it. So good for Andrew Yang with that last line. >> Okay, here, I'll make another prediction. When a progressive becomes president of the United States, which will be very soon, MSNBC will go. We met progressives, of course, of course power, power, precious, we met progressives. >> I love it. >> Okay, but you didn't have any progressive on, what happened? >> Mm-hm. >> All of a sudden you mean progressives, no, you never meant it. You know how many times they left Andrew Yang out of polling where he was polling higher than the people they showed in their graphics? 12 times. So they just skip right over them. >> Yeah. >> They'd be like okay, here is Biden, and Sanders, and Buttigieig, and Klobuchar. You're like wait, I know Yang's higher than Klobuchar. And a lot of times he's higher than Buttigieg. They're like nope, he doesn't exist, he doesn't exist. Outsider, outsider alert. So I love what Andrew did there, it was a Yangster move. And, you're about to see the one final Yangster move in this whole saga, because he goes after MSNBC on CNN again, take a look. >> What exactly do you want an apology for? >> Well Anna, American's tuned in to the debate earlier this week, and they saw that I got called on less than any other candidate, including candidates that I'm polling higher than. And the questions I did get had virtually nothing to do with the core ideas of my campaign. >> Yeah, look, it's indisputable, you saw the graphic that Wolf Blitzer put up. I mean, he got less air time than almost everyone that he was polling better than at. And then on Buttigieg, Buttigieg got twice as much time, 12 minutes and 44 seconds versus 6 minutes and 43 seconds. >> Yeah. >> That's unreal. And you think that doesn't, look, a 30-second ad on these channels cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. If you got an extra six minutes in a debate, that's worth millions of dollars. So it's not just theoretical or hypothetical problem, it's a very real practical and financial advantage that they hand the establishment.