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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo Accused of Sexual Harassment By 2nd Former Aide

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:31 sec | 2 d ago

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo Accused of Sexual Harassment By 2nd Former Aide

"Another. Denial from new york's governor as a second former aid accuses him of sexual harassment. She spoke to the new york times. Charlotte bennet claims andrew. Cuomo asked her questions about our sex life and if she ever had sex with older men and quote a twenty five year old former aides at the sixty three year old made the comments back in june and his office but said the governor never physically touched her thoughts ashley straw meyer new york congresswoman. Least a phonic call. The governor are predator new york city. Mayoral candidate andrew yang called for an aggressive

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Poll finds Yang with big lead in New York City mayor's race

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Poll finds Yang with big lead in New York City mayor's race

"In the race for New York City Mayor Andrew Yang has broken away from the pack of candidates. Has a commanding lead of 28% and a new poll from Core Decision Analytics, his closest rivals, or Brooklyn borough President Eric Adams at 17%. Comptroller Scott Stringer at 13. The poll finds the tech entrepreneur Yang enjoys high name recognition. He did run for president after all, but the poll finds New Yorkers They're looking for somebody with government experience, 72% said. That is important. On Lee 44% said. Business experience is as important the Democratic mayoral primary will be held on June 22nd.

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Andrew Yang tests positive for COVID-19

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 3 weeks ago

Andrew Yang tests positive for COVID-19

"Andrew Yang, the former presidential Kale candidate who is now running for mayor of New York. Has tested positive for coronavirus, Yang in a statement said after testing negative, as recently as this weekend, today, it took a covert rapid test and received a positive result. I am experiencing mild symptoms, but, um, otherwise feeling well and and In good spirits.

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Andrew Yang tests positive for COVID-19

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:30 sec | Last month

Andrew Yang tests positive for COVID-19

"For mayor of New York, who received backlash for leaving the city during the pandemic Now has coronavirus. Andrew Yang has tested positive for covert. 19, the Democratic candidate trying to take over the role of mayor of New York City was criticized in the past for turning his back and Fleeing the city during the pandemic with his family. In a statement, Yang said he is experiencing mild symptoms and will continue to attend virtual events Two weeks ago. He said he was quarantining after possibly being exposed to the virus from a member of his campaign staff. Lisa

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Andrew Yang announces run for New York City mayor

Married With Microphones

00:33 sec | Last month

Andrew Yang announces run for New York City mayor

"Of discussions, former Democratic president Actual candidate, Andrew Yang announced officially that he's running for mayor of New York City. I am so thrilled. To announce to you all that I am running for mayor of New York City, New York City is the greatest city in the world. Yang's proposal for Universal basic income won him a national following during the 2020 Democratic primary campaign before he dropped out of the race in February. He brings name recognition to the mayoral race but has no record of involvement in local politics. The

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Andrew Yang announces run for New York City mayor

BBC World Service

00:45 sec | Last month

Andrew Yang announces run for New York City mayor

"Democratic presidential hopeful Andrew Yang is now running for mayor of New York City. More from NPR's Hans alone, Andrew Yang is joining a long list of Democrats were trying to win a primary in June that will likely determine who will become the next mayor of New York City, which has been a Democratic stronghold. Before dropping at the presidential race, Yang rose to the national stage by proposing a universal basic income I ran for president because I saw that the economy was not working for everyday Americans for New Yorkers. Yang is calling for more high speed Internet access and for the city to run the subway, which is currently run by a transit authority that's controlled by New York's governor. Gang has faced criticism during the pandemic for quarantining outside of New York City. Hanzo Wang NPR NEWS New YORK, This is NPR news.

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Andrew Yang announces run for New York City mayor

All Things Considered

00:44 sec | Last month

Andrew Yang announces run for New York City mayor

"City. NPR's Hansi Lo Wang reports, the country's largest city set to vote for a new mayor this November. And your Yang is joining a long list of Democrats were trying to win a primary in June that will likely determine who will become the next mayor of New York City, which has been a Democratic stronghold. Before dropping out the presidential race. Yang rose to the national stage by proposing a universal basic income. I ran For president because I saw that the economy was not working for everyday Americans. For New Yorkers. Yang is calling for more high speed Internet access and for the city to run the subway, which is currently run by a transit authority that's controlled by New York's governor. Gang has faced criticism during the pandemic for quarantining outside of New York City. Hansi Lo Wang, NPR news, New York, and now they're opened down Trading day on Wall Street. With stocks ultimately closing lower. The Dow

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Andrew Yang announces run for New York City mayor

WBZ Afternoon News

00:35 sec | Last month

Andrew Yang announces run for New York City mayor

"Make the cut. Now he's shooting for the mayor's job in New York. Andrew Yang makes it official city is overdue for Boldin rational leadership that addresses homelessness, land use public health, climate change and more. The former Democratic presidential candidate has officially announced his campaign to become the mayor of New York City. Dozens have filed paperwork for the mayor's race, including several with tech and finance backgrounds. Gang at 46 years old, has never held elected office and launched his first campaign when he ran for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination. That Piper

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HBO's 'Insecure' will end after its upcoming fifth season

The Breakfast Club

00:58 sec | Last month

HBO's 'Insecure' will end after its upcoming fifth season

"This one is truly sad. News me as one of my favorite show season five will be last according to east array. She posted very except our and final season. We couldn't have told the complete story without the tremendous support of our audience and the faith of hbo see Soon hashtag insecure. Hbo that's about right though five seasons. That's a great run. Like the wireless. Five seasons sopranos was like five or six seasons like you. Sarah one bra is it. Oversee shouted could definitely do a movie just like sex in the city did when that came to an end. Maybe they'll do more at some point but she said it was always the plan to have. This story told through five seasons but we couldn't have made it this far without the tremendous support about audience. I guess from the beginning in new it would be five seasons. Listen i'm happy. Easter exists isa is a young icon. And i'm glad he's taking a glass. One would insecure. She won

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Andrew Yang announces run for New York City mayor

Steve Scott

01:24 min | Last month

Andrew Yang announces run for New York City mayor

"York City this morning. WCBS reporter Marla Diamond joins us live from Morningside Heights. Martin. What do we know about Andrew Yang's plan to fix the city's economic crisis? Well, the Democratic presidential candidate that pushed a universal basic income for all Americans is promising the same thing here cash payments of up to $5000 a year. You need to realize Martin Luther King Jr his dream of a guaranteed minimum income and get cash into the hands of people who need it most and their help on the way Yang releasing his campaign kickoff video after flirting with the possible campaign for months, you need to relax. And here is more of what he had to say. We end poverty has to put money people talking. Isn't that simple? Well, real been intelligently to revive our incredible culture. Maybe we can even save the Knicks. As you mentioned, Yang will kick off his campaign at 10 o'clock in Morningside Heights. This is the neighborhood he settled in. After moving to New York 25 years ago. For a time during the pandemic, Yang moved his family out of the city to their second home in New Paltz. He drew criticism earlier this week when he defended himself to the New York Times pondering how he could possibly have two kids on virtual school in a two bedroom apartment. While trying to do work himself. And we're live in Morningside Heights. Marla Diamond WCBS news radio 8 80, Marla. Thank you. It is 7 36 of WCBS and coming

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Andrew Yang Enters New York City's Mayoral Race With Scaled Back Plan For Universal Basic Income

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:31 sec | Last month

Andrew Yang Enters New York City's Mayoral Race With Scaled Back Plan For Universal Basic Income

"Andrew Yang is looking to be the next mayor of New York City Gang filed the official paperwork yesterday at the city's campaign finance board, saying he's formed a mayoral campaign committee. The former Democratic presidential candidate outlined his plan in the campaign ad. We need to realize Martin Luther King Ju Years dream of a guaranteed minimum income and get cash into the hands of people who need it most in their help on the way. Yang also says he wants to bring New York City into the 21st century by giving everyone I speed Internet so our kids can learn.

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Andrew Yang Running for New York City Mayor

710 WOR Programming

00:34 sec | Last month

Andrew Yang Running for New York City Mayor

"Andrew Yang, running for mayor of New York City. We need to realize Martin Luther King Jr his dream of a guaranteed minimum income and get cash into the hands of people who need it Most in there. Help's on the way During his bid for the presidency, he had proposed the concept of a universal basic income, giving each American $1000 a month. He's now talking about a similar program for New York City. Challenger would be the only second Asian American candidate to run for office and make it onto the ballot. Yang moved to the city 25 years ago. Javits

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Andrew Yang files paperwork to run for New York City mayor

Mornings on Maine Street

00:22 sec | 2 months ago

Andrew Yang files paperwork to run for New York City mayor

"Candidate Andrew Yang is joined the race for mayor of New York City. A survey released on Monday by public policy polling gave him a slight lead over other Democrats in the mayoral race. As of this week, at least 35 people have filed paperwork to run for New York City mayor voters will go to the polls in the mayoral primary on June 22nd boxes. Tanya J. Powers America is

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Andrew Yang Files Paperwork to Run for New York City Mayor

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Andrew Yang Files Paperwork to Run for New York City Mayor

"Candidate Andrew Yang is the latest contender in the race for mayor of New York. Yang registered with the New York City campaign Finance board, a signal he is exploring a run for mayor of New York. He would join an already crowded field that includes a former Citigroup executive of former cop and a former federal housing secretary. Yang's spirited debate performances and support of universal basic income made him a recognizable if unsuccessful presidential candidate He grew up outside of New York City, but now list Manhattan as his home that is. Correspondent Erin Could. Turkey wins news time? 5 34

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Andrew Yang files paperwork for New York City mayoral bid

Lynda Lopez

00:07 sec | 2 months ago

Andrew Yang files paperwork for New York City mayoral bid

"Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang is filed paperwork to run for mayor of the city of New York and number three

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Andrew Yang files paperwork to run for New York City mayor

Sean Hannity

00:18 sec | 2 months ago

Andrew Yang files paperwork to run for New York City mayor

"Presidential hopeful Andrew Yang has not given up on politics today. He's taken the first step to run for mayor of New York City, filing the paperwork With the city's campaign finance board. He joins a crowded race more than a half dozen candidates already hoping to replace the outgoing Bill de Blasio next year.

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Andrew Yang backs possible guaranteed income pilot program in Atlanta

The Erick Erickson Show

01:25 min | 2 months ago

Andrew Yang backs possible guaranteed income pilot program in Atlanta

"Former democratic presidential candidate andrew yang according to the atlanta journal constitution join atlanta city councilman amir for for a rookie and former mayor shirley franklin at an event in the old fourth ward. That's along with the i. Twenty area near the connector in downtown atlanta to discuss the idea of universal basic income for the last six months officials and residents have met as part of the old fourth ward economic security task force to study what a guaranteed minimum income program could look like in the neighborhood historic sector of the city that has been rapidly gentrified in recent years the task force is expected to release a report in about a month that could kick off the pilot program yang who ramos presidential campaign. On the idea of universal basic income said the idea could lessen economic inequality in atlanta and lead to more old fourth ward residents being more economically secure. It's these kinds of local initiatives that are going to both help people and also pave the way in the future for different forms of economic relief and a sustainable future yang said in an interview. He's in georgia to campaign for ralph reed raphael warnock and jon ossoff running against kelly. Leffler david purdue. Universal basic income initiatives involve direct payments to residents in hopes of improving their financial standing and reducing poverty while bolstering the

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"andrew yang" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

07:09 min | 3 months ago

"andrew yang" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

"Yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo li here though she was the charlemagne peace through the planet is started the yes it's thursday we out share what's happening nasty as day it is in the tri state area. You know like. I said we are. Headquarters is in new york. You know it's disgusting right now absolutely rain. What's is going to be nice day for a hp because of course there's no homecoming but we do something very special all day. Low abc us a nice day. But there's no homecoming but we do to allow we do something special for all hbu doing a band battle which is going to be pretty dope. I'm kicking him with a bunch of artists. Little baby big. Sean khalid perform that's be pretty dope selling it. I snuck d is doing a bunch of panels with I don't even know who's on these panels. But i know her is on a panel. I believe hers and you know her artists her okay. The officer Lila is going to be on that. La la anthony lazy. Yeah so there's a lot of things going on today. So i'm excited about that. Going online going on going on for cases arising so we need to sit down to watch all line down earlier down early. We wouldn't be rise. Hate to be negative. Nancy of the viral stuff. I'm sick of zooms. I'm sick of everything being virtual like. We gotta figure something. I feel great We've got to figure something else up. Its checking that's all. I'm saying simply saying you gotta figure something as we're going into no is november now holiday season in january. We gotta figure something else out. We can't continue to live like to what people don't don't necessarily think about is is unemployment. Is what six months. Six months unemployment They gave us To stimulus checks or one stimulus check one. Check at amy nothing but So now it's up to six. Months is up so now you know this is the time where people are not getting help. And this is the time where it's going to be rough this an thomas holiday season holiday season. And let's go come out. Come out with guns and start running down on people ted. This is the time when we really got to help each other. And make sure that we're okay and make sure that you know we do what we have to do to help your brother your sister your mother your father your neighbor because it's going to get nasty when that's why we doing change would change on november nineteen and that's why we're doing change for change's usually we asked for money and we give it to a charity but this year it's been so crazy we're actually going to give you guys money yes. I was reading somebody emails that came in and and one lady was like you know every year that did change the change i donated. I wanted to help people but this crazy this year. I actually need help well. Writer named She good day. We got her name she goes. We're gonna we're gonna we're gonna tell you something with a lot of people something so if you want more information you could hit the website one five one. Fm dot com right. That's it you don't know job is supposed to know that you don't know either. His power one zero five one. Fm dot com breakfast club dot com. After all these years they definitely just saying yeah. Other nationally syndicated morning shows do but yeah but anyway the little engine that could so just. There's sometimes a little engine. You just click the link and then You just you know. Just tell us your story what you need. What's going on and and we'll try to make sure we got you. I but this was a famous because we don't take the dmz. He doesn't dam which is stories. We won't see it but you have to hit up the email or breakfast. Am edgy mail. Dot com hit up those two Places in hopefully we we send you some money and guess what andrew yang is joining us. This morning yeah. Gang my guy andrew yang. I liked that guy a andrew yang be. Join us we'll talk to andrea and let's get to show cracking yet. Nope nope front page news. I'm sure she's going to be talking about donald trump. I know. I just have a pasta. Some covert stuff. So we'll discuss. We'll get online. Keep it like this to breakfast morning. Breakfast clubs home records I actually love to hear on the radio. That's one of possible. Yeah yeah that's one of the ones that you turn the radio on that record. Come on. I like it survived. Yes number one record in the country this week it is. no congratulations. hate that word. But we didn't get ready to read yet. What were you when you. I don't know if the one black music that's right all right. I will look into front page news. I think we got. I'm here. yep all right well. Let's figure out what's going on with this presidential election is you know. Donald trump is not conceding and he's spreading all kinds of false information on social media about election fraud in the meantime joe biden has his transition team together and the team includes former chief of staff and his senior adviser for elizabeth warren and for bernie sanders and they are the people who are laying the groundwork for joe biden's new administration and addition attorney ben. Crump says he's been having these conversations already and he's talking with joe biden's team about criminal justice reform listen to this talk for lava the transition as well as vice president-elect comma hairs about the fact we need to prevent some of these hashtag that we saw happen in two thousand twenty like george floyd brianna taylor ahmad operate president-elect biden said one of his first things you can do is criminal. Justice reform brought you into the table to try to figure out what needs to be done he has. We're talking about that now. Things we're going to do in the first one hundred days to address criminal justice as well as policing in america american control of the senate. You know Kinds of those races in atlanta. They'll be able to pass that. George floyd policing accidents. That's that's a first step right. And we are watching that race in georgia right now because dan sullivan reelection in alaska yesterday so the republicans are within one seat of maintaining their majority in the us senate but if democrats do manage to take those two seeds than it would be tied fifty fifty And kamala harris will be the kamla oatmeal time. Madam vice president hugo com lara's. We'll be the tiebreaker. Over the mvp and the democrats do have two more years of controlling the house but they do have a razor thin majority potentially and so the party did nail down at least two hundred eighteen seats right now ra. So it's not over guys and we will keep you updated on what's going on. I'm seeing all these foreign officials haven't been i mean. Just you know this whole election. Rival accepted waiting to find out about. The senate is what i'm saying. We still have that. Election is in january but far the presidential election when you break up with a man. He can't accept his overall. You bring up with a woman. She can't his over. It's over locks change. Dave moved on. It's a wrap all right. Let it go all right. That is your front page news. Get it off your chest. Eight hundred five eight five one five.

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Andrew Yang moving to Atlanta to help Democrats win Senate runoffs

Morning Talk with Martha Zoller

00:25 sec | 4 months ago

Andrew Yang moving to Atlanta to help Democrats win Senate runoffs

"Andrew Yang says he and his wife, Evelyn, are moving to the Peach state. His Tweet says he plans to lend a hand to both John all soft and Raphael Warnock as they head into their Senate runoff races against a pair of Republican incumbents David Perdue and Kelly Leffler. Yang also says Theo nly way for Joe and Camilla to get things done for the next four years. Is with a Democratic Senate. The runoff will be held on January 5th on Brett Barney

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"andrew yang" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

07:50 min | 4 months ago

"andrew yang" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Let's jeopardy, and so now let me record locally just as the backup. Like a prettiest guest. Screwed. Couple Times by technology over the last few months is crazy as good as things are you missed that record button or don't download time or whatever you lose everything down agree. So yeah, recording it's great to be here. Christiane goes podcast. We've been talking about this for a long time. Yeah. I'm sorry it took. So long the campaign trail was bananas and a at some point my team started yelling at me about. About About doing without them knowing it sounds like. Started happening you know in a more controlled manner. Well, it's funny because we we got got to know each other in the the twenty twenty way we started DM each other twitter. Let's you become friends with somebody nowadays. Yeah I. Made a Lotta Friends this way Chris is cool as you or maybe people tied with you perhaps, but may not was a huge fan of yours. So, connecting with your line was a real pleasure. But I I'm I grew up wrestling fan I remember your debut in wwe and like you know everything you've accomplished and it's been awesome because you accomplished it through pure talent merit hard work. You were the the cream rising to the top in my mind. Well, I mean, we kind of have similar tales the fact that you at one point where in the running, and now you're actually on the cabinet with Biden to help him with his. His campaign. How was it for you to get even to this level because I mean politics is I'm assuming kind of a lot like wrestling. There's a million people that want to do it but only very few that get to that certain point the there was more in common than I realized Chris. I actually think I appeal to people of every political background because I was talking about problems that in my mind have nothing to do with politics like the you know the robot trucks don't care what the truck driver thinks. Is the problem. And it was a really fascinating experience Chris where I'm an entrepreneur background and I looked into running for president before declaring and I thought I had a sense as to what the process would look like. But you never really know until you do it just like I'm sure if there was a kid out there who wants to become a professional wrestler think they know what it's like and then they get into the life and they're like, this is not quite what I I thought. It was it's better in some ways it's worse than. Others I think the way that the imagine I think the way it was better for me and I think a lot of performance can appreciate. This is just the amount of energy and love and gratitude you experience the trail when like you go in there are people that really believe in new and support you. You know I know for performers. That's like a really profound experience when you need fans who you mean a lot to, and then you realize like, wow, people actually believe in me and care about what I'm doing. Well, I mean. I guess just to go back to the question. To, get to be part of the original. Debates of eight candidates and all this other stuff how do you how do you throw your hats into the ring and say I want to run to be you know the Democrat representative for the President of the United States? Like how does that? How does that process all work? I'd love to pack this Chris because maybe I can inspire someone to run a absolutely yeah and I've been on record. Now saying I think that professional wrestler or former professional wrestler is going to wind up like a serious presidential candidate at some point. Out because the parallels really are really really high. So the rules are running for president. Basic where the only rules are that you have to be a natural born citizen and thirty five years or older which applies to just about everyone if you think about it, right you can run for president. Sure. So so then the real rules kick in when it comes to raising money and getting attention because you need to raise millions and millions of dollars for anyone to take at all seriously and thanks to folks getting behind me and my campaign we ended up raising enough to compete. We raised about forty million dollars all from small donors really this like from individuals who? Wanted to improve our way of life. So if you raise enough money, I guess attention, then the media will start covering you and in my case I came up through podcasts. It's one reason why I'm happy to join you here today that if not for podcasts I never would have gotten the support. I. Needed to get on that stage the the first debate stage threshold was sixty, five thousand donors and one percent in three polls. So that was the goal and as soon as they go Chris I was like, all right. Let's go against sixty, five, thousand donors. I mean, the toughest thing about the polls was actually getting on the poll in other words like having the pollster put Andrew Yang as an option was actually like the biggest concern. But then after we got listed I thought we could get one percent and we did that's amazing. So I had that before when. We're talking with the Chris Jericho cruise. They said, we want to get ten thousand people to sign up for this. Information List. Would you be interested type thing I said, how how many do you need? We need we need ten, thousand, fifteen, thousand and one since the deadline week and a half from now and do end up getting fourteen, thousand, nine hundred and they're like stop it. Got It. Got It like if you need this number all find the people because I know they're out there. So I'm assuming that's kind of the same way that you your attitude was yeah. The the measurements were super helpful because if you have a goal you feel confident you can hit it. And that was our experience now, not to say, that's an easy thing getting fourteen thousand people to sign up for something or sixty, five, thousand people like you need to be doing something that people are excited about. But the the debate thresholds were incredibly helpful to me. No doubt about it and we took full advantage. We you surprised at how How big? Popular? viable. Your candidacy was because right off the bat. You're one of the guys that. Had Personality and people like I knew your name a year ago. When you first started even thinking about all this, you know I. It's if you'd asked me ahead of time like did I think that we were going to do well, I honestly thought we were going to do well I guess you have to have a certain degree belief confidence to me started but if you ask me during the campaign like, Hey, can you believe all of this stuff that's happening I would have been no I can't believe it because you can say in the abstract Oh yeah. We're GONNA do great and then you get there and then there are crowds of thousands of people. Were folks with a tattoo of your face on their leg or lately you don't predict that it's so an and and you also can't know what that's going to actually feel like when you see like even if you'd say ahead of time like Oh yeah, people be excited. But then you get the air and then people are excited it's a different experience that anything you you've had. Four tell some of those debates. It's funny because you know you know you've made it when you are a characterized on Saturday night live and when the debates are happening, he were on that man how's that to be on SNL? It was funny when I saw myself on I said I was like yes I mean because the fear honestly Chris was that they didn't even bother her yeah impersonating you. Know. There was what candidate that was it impersonated in the first skin and they complain about and then they brought someone impersonating and the following week..

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"andrew yang" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

06:10 min | 6 months ago

"andrew yang" Discussed on Good For You

"Everything feels so scripted and you know I think podcast or changing the way you know we gather information and connect to people and you know. So what an honor thank you for doing it I. Hope you do it more I. think that this exact thing is what's going to restore trust in politicians raise awareness about the things that actually matter because these are copies of. Well thank you for the Opportunity Whitney. Will be able to hang out in person after all of this stuff passes. But if not, if this mess for a long time longer, we'll do another virtual conversation. Yes. I have a billion more questions for you. I know everyone's going to have a billion more questions for you but thank you for letting me. Of course, it's up a little extra of your time. We got twelve minutes more the we should have guys my pockets, usually four hours. So this is going to be like you know the reason why I felt actually lay self conscious that I feel like I'm breathing a little bit because you're the kind of person I could talk for hours. But. If anyone wants to see what I'm up to my organizations called humanity forward is called move humanity dot com. We've given out eight million dollars in economic relief because Andrea is all about getting to the people. We have this data dividend project that when he described. have. Our own podcast, which is not as funny as Whitney's. Data dividend is so new are so great at naming things as well. obvious name. Yeah. The that's my gift. You don't over think it make it super clear Andrew Yang on his instagram. It's it's you know everyone has their own channel now, which is the great thing about social media I. Know There's a lot of downsides about it, but the upside is you know he's doing these incredible interviews on his social media almost every day you've got a new live or. A video from your podcast your twitter is incredible. I must say your twitter is a breath of fresh air. It's always so positive. It's so clear it's a nice break in the toxic mess that is twitter follow him on twitter, follow him on Instagram and you know by the books which we're going to talk about more in the intro and please run for president again. You with me if I do we're GONNA have a party in the White House your wife is probably had it and I also may police say with the last last thing? Your wife Evelyn is unbelievable as someone that has a survivor I followed her journey very closely and she's absolutely incredible everyone look up Evelyn Yang and her journey and her bravery, her courage I would love to have her the Pike has at some point as well. Soon, I feel like I'm already I already pushing it. So I will. I will ask her because she's a huge fan of yours. And Yeah like I was so proud of her and it was it was something that I obviously shared with her like you know as her husband beforehand then I and I was like look if you obvious it's like whatever you want it. Yeah. Like I'm a hundred percent behind you but I was so proud of her and So angry at. The doctor and the folks that. made it possible and so there was so much I mean that was. Like I frankly I didn't want to be like baby I want you to Fucking, Rain Hellfire and he's got. No. But because you don't, you don't WanNa be. There's always is like always like like you know one hundred percent supportive but I was so proud of her and sharing a story about You know an assault that you experienced. You know there's so much embarrassment and shame and fear, and you know I can only imagine the amount of anger and rage you know that you felt. But the way that you supported her through that and the way that she walked through that with such grace was incredibly inspiring to me and I know changed a lot of people's lives. Thank you. Thank you. Thank her for you in the it was I. Mean it was. It was wild because like I felt. So much sadness before, and then like you kind of relived it because you know that it was. Something under everyone knew about. I'm just very appreciative. Of Evelyn, I'm very, very lucky to be married her. You I. Agree. I agree she's unbelieveably so strong. So resilient you know as someone that you know constantly struggles with how to speak about things like that watching her interviews and watching the grace that she navigated it with and the elegance and the bravery in the courage. Made me think Oh You know we can do this. We can speak out without making a mess of ourselves or embarrassing ourselves or seeming like a squeaky wheel at felt like just the way that she navigated that. Made me less scared about you know talking about my experiences and I know that it I'm so glad in when she was on the trail to she got that from. Women everywhere we went on and it was beautiful. She wasn't someone who was frankly. Seeking the public eye at all I think people understood that and it's one reason why people appreciated are coming forward is that it seemed Just. Like she wanted to help. Yeah and it was really touching everywhere we went there was so much appreciation for and it started of lot of conversations with a lot of my girlfriends lot of my family members going, Oh, I, never thought about that. But now that I heard her talk about you know so I think she really Is a very powerful healer in the things that she did I'm sure there's some days at the seams thankless some days that you know it seems exhausting, but she really has healed so many people just in my immediate proximity. So I, hope that one day I'll get to have her on. The. Oscar. Oscar later today yes? Yes and if she says, no. Then you'll. Get to meet her and give her a big hug when this whole nightmare. Is Over I love you. I am such a big Fan. I am going to ask you enforce you to do this again. I love you so much. Thank you. I've already taken up too much of your time Thank you with. This. To. Big..

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01:33 min | 6 months ago

"andrew yang" Discussed on Good For You

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"andrew yang" Discussed on Good For You

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08:01 min | 6 months ago

"andrew yang" Discussed on Good For You

"Just it shuts me down a little bit because like I grew up in Washington DC there was. The Washington Post, I read it every single morning and there was the news and then there was op-ed and there was a difference between facts and opinions. Now, I never feel like I'm facts I feel like I'm always getting opinions and even though I agree with the people that I'm watching for the most part I all the way it's being delivered to me sometimes I feel so glib emotional that it's hard for me to feel like I'm getting accurate information or just sort of turns me off it makes me feel like it's gossip session or something. You and I are just old enough to remember a time when there were only three TV networks you. Anchors to said pretty much the same thing and there was thirty minutes of news a day. That was accurate back then to be honest. With you know what I mean. But but it was also read history books that said Columbus discovering America so. We were probably lied to it just seemed like less of a lie. or or it seemed more More factor of in unless personality driven that was part of it. It's like they they almost bound the most boring people leave. Just, speaking of automation they were just robots that were just like reading from a teleprompter. Yeah. The same voice of being like today in. The. And then it's morphed into this other thing and one of the things I called out recently. On twitter when you know an ended up with like a in a in a bit of a back and forth with some characters is the media right now is broken yes I agree and the fact that someone like you. has picked up the fight psych look like this stuff started turn me off because. It seems like we're all just taking a point of view and driving our point of view and then each. News source has become something of a news silo. Where even if I agree with you as others me. Where they're reinforcing certain perspectives and priorities and values over and over again, and what's happened with is they found that that's better for their business. And Right now, all of their incentives are around driving audience particularly in a time when. You decimate let's call a thousand plus local newspapers which you've done. and. Then you have these cable networks That are very driven by ratings and have a format and click bait and getting us to be emotional and getting us to get dream alive I mean I think they know the drug dealers at this point I think they understand the science you know. Morgan Rogan and I were just about that book irresistible about I mean they know that when they put an emotional word or say you know trump slammed like they use these words that really adrenalizing is us and get us to click and it's really scary to think that they know what they're doing. It feeds off of conflict. And when I was running out. I tried not to to get engaged with like the. Trump, tweet of the day because I was like this is so dumb like this playing into his hands and this is not the point and they're they're like deeper problems. But. That is the nature of our news media. There was a producer. Who recently left MSNBC and is called out and said, look off, you saw the story Arianna on a car. She said, look the journalists are not bad people, but the system is driving very very bad decisions and and and and she said, we get better ratings we talk about trump. So yeah, you just talked about and we're theoretically in opposition to trump, but it turns out that when we're making production decisions, we lead with trump all the time house and then it ends up in blaming certain emotional reactions among people. So that that's the one of the big concerns and what's happening to our media is a is A. An emblem of what's going wrong generally, and I could even apply it to the entertainment business that that you're a part of which is essentially the market drives everything now like if it makes money that's what we're GonNa do yeah and yeah and. One of the things I sent on the trails of your money on one side and people on the other who's GonNa win money and they think about it particularly. Neil Postman. There's an amazing book, Neil Postman Road I believe in the twenty s called amusing ourselves I'm in the fifties music ourselves to death and I mean how the way even when I turn on news networks and there's an eagle flies by and it's like don't do it looks like a marvel movie I mean the news now you know news and entertainment are really merging in a very post modern way. That's very surreal to watch but you know I never thought I'd say this but I would really love to just read some boring news with you know in also I. WanNa Talk to you about this because I know you're working on something about I'm. Getting paid for data which is fascinating to me and I would love to get into it. Our attention spans now are so short as well like I I see this as being such an epidemic moving forward in terms of our ability to process information gathered the information we need to make decisions as voters and as Americans which is like by the time I retire senses there's like an ad pops up for a pair of shoes that I put my car two weeks ago. You know I I feel like people talk about the assault on democracy, the bots and the facebook Russian bots and all that too. But also just this assault on our attention and the foul you know like, what can we do to protect ourselves from that? Where do you get your news? Well, it's one reason why podcasts were so good for me, and then we can podcast in particular. and. It's one reason why cable news was not a great format for me because if you sit down and have. A five minute TV hit with five questions and there's a rhythm be like Andrew. What do you think about this? You know why are you doing this and there's always like also baked into those media interviews for much most of my campaign was a lot of skepticism was like do you really think you can win? Stuff, like but honestly, and let me tell you yeah I mean the way that you handle that on Rogan was just so endearing and charming and offense and like yeah, you know we just saw something pretty wild happen you know two thousand sixteen that we never thought could happen. So why not? Yeah and it was fun surprising. A lot of folks because if you lined up one hundred DC pundits. Twenty Twenty nineteen and said you know like is Andrea Aaron going to outlast like a bunch of senators governors or whatever like you zero taker? So, that the fact that we showed that conventional wisdom is failing I'm very, very proud of and thank everyone who supported me and my turn around again everyone's let me ask you that I'm just going to keep trying to drive forward the solutions that I think we need as a country and I would one hundred percent run again if I thought, that was the most effective way to to advance some of these. Solutions Right now universal based gang come. Now majority of the country agrees that we should do it waits. For those that don't I'm sure everyone listening does but the fact that you brought up universal basic income people like that. We couldn't even compute for a lot of people. Now it's just happened is that bother you at all? Oh, I'm thrilled. Of Americans are now on. Seems like you. I. Mean. You're so genuine. It's like you just wanted it to happen regardless of who did it you know Oh. Very much. So I don't really love a lot of the. Politics stuff. Yeah. I, think got a sense that about me. And the behaviors necessary to be successful politician are unrelated or negatively correlated with. The folks that you'd actually want why. What is problem with this idea? I'm just GonNa be the Joe Blow and ask a dumb question like a thousand dollars..

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"andrew yang" Discussed on Good For You

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08:14 min | 6 months ago

"andrew yang" Discussed on Good For You

"It's a it's a Superhero Cross for event Whitney Cummings Andrew Yang together at last, and we were just talking like I feel like I've known Whitney for years because she worked with a close friend of mine. And I've been a huge fan. So thank you. This conversation feels long overdue long overdue, and I'm in such a fan ever since obviously read your books but I heard you on Rogan and I gotta be honest with you Andrew, I grew up in Washington DC I grew up around politicians I sort of born very cynical about politicians hearing you on Joe Rogan with such a breath, the fresh air the fact that a someone running for president could even talk for three hours without you know seeming like they're full of shit or disingenuous like I. Just I am such a big Fan of yours and thank you. That was the runner up for my slogan Andrew Yang not full of Shit. Were dealing with like peak cynicism right now when it comes to politics, wouldn't you agree? The back you grew up in DC DC's various regional town and I feel like this is hopefully not anything controversial I feel like you went to a school that also is kind of stealth institutional in the form of n like it's very practical. Bankers and consultants. because. It's like you know I don't follow follow politic super closely because it ends up depressing me and I, get to adrenalizing addicted to it. It's almost like a sport depressing it can get depressed but people like you have re energized me and make me feel hopeful and positive about the future. But when you start learning like you know how campaigns are run run, how much money's involved it makes you start to feel hopeless and helpless. What's fun with me is I ran for president and learned a lot, and now I'm starting to figure out just how fucked up the system is on how to fuck it up So what am I knew that's going to be your next presidential slogan Unfussy America? Well hopefully you know we ended up getting trombone, and then there's less of a sense that we're we're all. Feeling now, but the problems in our system are structural in terms of the incentives that legislators have and the corporate interests the rest of it, which I think most people know something about. But one thing people do not know about is this entire professional consultant class that wraps itself around any candidate. Are, also, not positive. So my goal right now is to figure out everything I've seen in terms of how the software of our political system is leading Iran and that's one of the reasons why people like you very, very smart engaged people have washed their hands of politics. It's not irrational to wash your hands of politics because it's so infuriating and everything seems. So ineffective one of the big fears I have is that politics has become this a drama of characters rising and falling, but none of the real problems get song, right? Right right right right. And the problems are monumental like I was concerned about them even before the pandemic and now they're. Worse than most people even realize. I'm genuinely. terrified for what happens if we don't do something very differently in the next number of dare fight about. We'll talk about automation in a second but for the environment for. Mass riots like what is the main thing you're afraid of? I'm afraid that the way of life for millions, tens of millions of Americans disintegrating in real time, and we put a bit of a stopper in that through the enhanced unemployment benefits and the other stimulus programs that went through the end of July but then they ended and right now we're talking in August, like the deterioration in August is real time. I'm friends with a guy who runs a company that processes all of the financial information for over two million GIG and contract workers. So in other words, he's got like a dashboard of the financial situations of millions of Americans and he can see in real time and he told me that he can see he saw what happened when the job's got lost. In. The spring but they are incomes stayed. Okay. Because of the unemployment benefits in August and then he said it's all. Crashing. Down Right now and the number of temp in jobs. Temp digging contract jobs that are available on this. You know millions of jobs platform has gone down by something like sixty percent. and. So you can imagine millions of Americans who were cobbling together lives through. Task Rabbit Uber. Catering. Anything where you know that people do digging contract work, and that can be all the way up to paralegals and accountants in their contract lawyers like all of that work is disappearing. Yeah and then you imagine what's happening in those households but also in those human beings. If you get that sense of scarcity, it starts to really. Screw you up. And can I just not to interrupt but one of your books and also on Rogan? You mentioned that are Iq goes down by thirteen points when we can't pay our bills. What actually neurologically happens to our brains when we're worried about money we get. DUMBER. We start making less We start making decisions for ourself our judgment gets clouded. Yeah, we become more subject to really nasty negative impulses, which can be self destructive very often, and that's one of the things that I believe is happening right now is that most of us when things started going poorly like we're the, we're going to be we in the people in our immediate vicinity are going to be the first to know about it. You know what I mean like it's not necessarily that you're GONNA go out to the streets or do something. But you're going to start treating yourself poorly intriguing with people in your lives poorly. The mental health crisis. Predates the pandemic but I've got two young kids in the. House and I'm sure they're better situated than most American children and they are not exactly flourishing in this time. You know you look around and you just imagine that playing out around the country. So so those are the things that terrify me like you're watching a real time disintegration. And then you have this political system that is not connected to that. Because of some of the problems that. That I've discovered relatively recently. They existed we'll talk. About what it's like oh I'M GONNA run for President and see what the heck is going on here. So there's a disconnect there. There's a disconnect in the media because the folks who do the reporting. Live and work in certain environments and a lot of their work can be digital so that you're seeing. Glimpses of it. In the food lines and the rest of it, but the true nature of it's still. Massively reported can I ask you real quick again, we're like a comedy podcast. It's called good for you. We try to get people as much information as possible in a way. That's you know fun with some levity because I think something you're so good at is using humor so that people actually. are able to process what you're saying. Some of the stuff is so depressing and bleak that we shut down you know I, find myself I gone to a new site and I just like you know I just don't have the emotional bandwidth to process everything. That's that's also very, very reasonable and rational. You know right now and that's the part of this is like I tell everyone just like just take care of yourself and taking care turning it off yeah yeah. Misinformed. So it's this nightmare, but I'm going to be really honest like you know the new news media is really bothersome to me. You know when I you know I don't talk about my personal politics too much i. think it's the most of them are pretty obvious. But you know when I turn on a never like CNN and I, see the you know the news anchors rolling their eyes and sighing and clearly having a vendetta and clear I..

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"andrew yang" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

03:23 min | 6 months ago

"andrew yang" Discussed on Good For You

"Immunities are truly the only underwear that I have. At this point, I have no other underwear. Can I tell you something about me his we have to pay to? I went on a date hike I'd like to think it was a date hike the other day. It's a big thing we do in La and the underwear I chose to wear on my date hike as to not show any lines are get any weird swamp ejceear or any weird sticky embarrassing front wedgies or back wedges or lines or anything picked my undies and I gotTa say, I think Miami Andy's that are there purple with Teal Line there like Eggplant Parmigiana their me lucky me undies now you just wearing those underwear got your second date or I think it was the mayonnaise it couldn't be my personality. I don't know how else I could have but I. Am Honestly GonNa take this opportunity to say why the hell haven't you order me more. You have a subscription to Ramon I know but are you still multiple subscription that? Yeah I kind of do. I have a problem with this company can we buy more at once? Can you know I'd never checked but I bet you can't surely guy Let my only problem with this? Is I only get one? Because I just recently bought the undershirts and the socks to Oh. Sola Jarvis. To and they don't I love because they don't. You know when you're like walking around and you have the. The lower I'm getting choked up talking about. Muindi. Beautiful. When socks you know when they freaking sneak down into your show never did. Never do like sneak down and then they're halfway in your shooting. Why are you wearing knee-high Zog's because I am a sexy person. Because that's what sexy people play a lot of tennis. I am a Catholic school girl who cam girl now. So, me UNDIES. That I tend to not read copy because I want to be authentic and from the heart and these undies have captured my heart me undies. I'm obsessed, but we do need to talk about some actual details. So you know where to purchase them and. The thing about the most is that I'm not someone who you like, like fun underwear. And the patterns and all that stuff. I don't like that I have they have classic like just classic colors if you're just like. You, know me. just you do black just black gray, red, white and Lincoln Goblin Green which I feel like maybe a read. Love that. Problem Blue or something I. Love It. I love that. You know it's just it's like I. Don't know I just feel like we're spending. I'm taking like a whole new look at my like undergarments now that it's all I walk around in my underwear all day now because we don't have, we don't get to go anywhere one two. Oh really which I mean why don't you give me one of them shop in one's he's on this show that'll be never wear anything else. It's also like I'm not even joking they feel like velvety like like. Like. What do they feel like velvet or? Don't new northern. Even tougher minute. Here. We should read the at some point. It's it starts with sustainably sourced beechwood trees that magically turned from pulp to yarn to UNDIES undies. Kind of feel like heaven on your skin comfort from the outside literally to in..

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"andrew yang" Discussed on Good For You

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05:33 min | 6 months ago

"andrew yang" Discussed on Good For You

"Really, men do appeal, take a dump dump. To Cross nine, but so you have to hold your taking dumb. Oh, God you guys have to touch your dicks when you shit. Oh you mean, you just put it. What? I what is it like putty you just put it out and then it's a stays. Really. Because You know what it is. You know what I'm realizing girls don't get to see flash addicts that much you guys like are weird about it. You'll see you only want us to see it when their car like our news. So I don't know anything about the behavior of decks when they're not hard that was my point. You're flaccid Dick is like if you're if you're a shower, not a grower and your plastic hanging over your balls, then you can put it down there. Easley? Grower Penis a little nod that sits above your balls like yeah. I like those penises that are like. A. Buttons. They're just like. They're like, they're like inside of you. Hello them like little mushrooms, I. Think that's this is not the point of this conversation. This is the kind of news that people need to know. I did not know that I've lots of questions about Dick's because I feel like I've spent so much time in relationships trying to like not look. Guys get insecure about it or whatever. So thank you for letting me ask these questions. I've learned a lot. Of them I don't know that much. Create a safe space. I am a safe space. Okay. I'm sweating to I'm so hot. We have embarrassing. Okay. Drew Yang is guy, I L My Gosh, we just talked about Dick's for urinals for twenty minutes like smart people that want to hear Andrew. Yang. Had To sit through that I'm sorry. Yeah. But you know those people have Dick's maybe something. Then, the biggest thing the last thing that we have to discuss is the Wuhan poll. Party. The Wuhan Pool Party, you know the best way to celebrate surviving a pandemic is start a new one. He's crazy to me. That's a perfect joke. Benton. Thank you. I can't follow I mean having OPPO party during a pandemic is like is like bullying shooter during school shooting you're just making it worse. Like. This is what caused the problem. I mean, they're celebrating not having any cases in like three months in America. Where does we're just like in celebrating? We have no reason to, but we're still talking partying. I mean it's crazy. I would that had to be filled with rubbing alcohol, right? Now I think it was would you get in the pool in your own pulse I? Do I gotTa pull the other day for. Further grams. Would you go this pool party if you were invited celebrity guests at the Wuhan Pool Party. What are they paying man? Hospital visits. No I don't think I would I generally don't like pool parties outside of pandemics because all I can think about our pukes floating around in shorts and then going into my crevices. You think about genitals alive. Yeah as a woman you have. Be Trauma. The. Like ours is like A. Whole I. Mean You really hits a whole women's. General Complex I. Know There is an entry point for pretty much anything at anytime we are. It's a open. Their point at men's genitals all the time but the approved like go up into your. Some pistol it's a little in summer larger pissed. Let's yeah. It's the piano the little slut stakeholder difference is yeah. So I know that I know my way around the Dick Call I just wanted to bring it back to no. I'm just saying like when I'm in like because you always have to worry about getting like a uti or yeast infections like you have to just think about it because you've got this like open you know. Connections I don't know maybe skin us, but there's not we have A. Whole whole. You're a barrel I. Got I know he are Swiss cheese so we have to think about that stuff. So I generally too much chlorine can throw off your Ph levels I don't even like going into pools if there's too much chlorine too much sunshine. Never on my pussy to clean just WANNA. Make sure it's The ecosystem for the turtles really. You got to livestock and their the Dallas wearing bathing suits. They get. You know it's Is GonNa Aquarium. And there's like a little rock the chest in there's the moss. Go there's like Simone Ke's like you don't even know. What are you describing? Saying, you have to think about this kind of stuff you know. So I, I wouldn't go to that pool? Party, before I'll this night. Why. Wouldn't go either? Familiar nats why we get and that's the new skies Andrew Yang is next I. Love Him so so much. You'RE GONNA learn so much from this I tried to shut my mouth a bit so that you guys could here his amazing messages and thoughts and solutions we should vote also assured registered to vote and vote early you can. Can you vote early now? I mean, can you have researched it? Up I. Hear a lot of people talk about voting all I. Know How to. Vote on my Hollywood celebrity that tells Americans. Money, we have to save something or someone registered to vote. On it change you are. Const I take responsibility. Whatever the voting situation is I did Want to start digging the imagine song to..

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"andrew yang" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

04:32 min | 6 months ago

"andrew yang" Discussed on Good For You

"Five, two, seven. You can text me, you put your city and so what I'm coming to your city when there's updates during all this covid madness, I can save directly. Hey, this show just happened it's rescheduled. Here's the deal you can. You know it's a drive in it's a you know we're doing a lot of one on grass. Festival picnic. It's just. It's just like a better way to connect because sometimes you know social media sometimes, we don't get an algorithm. No sometimes you'd on the Algorithm and you miss it and then you're mad. Yeah, and then you're like what the fuck didn't you come to my city and I'm like, Bitch, I was there last week stop you muted me. You mutemi because I was posing too many paintcare photos. Anyway. So those are the logistics, check the website and we have more logistics. We knew merged coming out next month you in the merge you me and the merge you. Take it away. Yeah but yeah, we have numerous coming out next month I'm working on new it is I will say I kind of strong departure from what we've been doing Yep Yep, Yep, Yep Yep, and it's a lot of. Luke's is a lot of fresh Luke's and hot. Tag Lines Yeah I'd fresh. Fresh. Fresh, Luke's. It's a lot of stuff you've been asking for at J. and a lot of stuff you. You didn't know you want it a lot of stuff frankly that might get. You fired a lot of things that will not work in the dress code of your. Business a lot of stuff than you leaves subtle hints. A lot of stuff that you should never wearing a first date. Wild. The Wild Shirt Whitney one on one on want. There's wolves with Merch on wolves with blue eyeliner. Fans coming bent show. Stop Line we're waiting on those. Okay but we do have we will have fans if you're watching if you're listening, you're not gonna be able to see this Benton do it do the fan? Do it now? Oh nuts schilling phone. So satisfied. Any conversation I encourage you to see what Benton just did on Youtube. Our sexy it is so powerful it. I'm just saying what I suppose. It was written with you in that fan and everyone should get a fan but I have a theory. If you any argument you're just like, did you did you ate my sandwich with my name? She did okay I'm sorry you're right. You're right I'm sorry. Thank you. I just got this got heated and now you're cooling down. Mona gets really triggered by the Fan Mona's my dog who is now a panicking monologues. Jokes News. We are serious news organization now. seriously. We are I I honestly believe that our news is the most truthful and scientifically. Correct you guys are pitching names for our new segments very true news. Pretty good. Barely news not bad news at the question mark. You is this news anyone news is this thing on news? Frank News because my dog's name is frank and he always interrupts the news program and it is Frank News turns out all those names for taking by the actual networks. So I believe we are the least biased news network out there at this point. So we have to be I was watching CNN the other day excuse me see frank always has to participate in this I was watching. CNN The other day and the anchor was reading the news and was sighing and rolling his eyes. relatable mood I know but you can't. You can't do that. You can be like anyway. So this vote past Oh God damn Republicans I can't do that your news Acre your fire I guess you're not allowed to roll your eyes. Like just eating still waiting for them to get to the point where they make that jerk off motion you know conversation like that law passed blow-hards. On. You can't do that. This is the new like put things in quotes anyway that law passed in the. Net you can. You do air quotes around things like I. Believe we are actually the most direct non-bias news source at this point. So, give us the top. What's our top story sent and bring it home we're going to start off with. Some hard hitting news hard hitting news. It's hard rock hard news. I like my news like I like my Dick's rock hard. In picture form. LAVENDER sales up during the pandemic people are buying more lavender to condom sales and hopefully.

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"andrew yang" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

05:47 min | 6 months ago

"andrew yang" Discussed on Good For You

"But. The. Where back doing an open? Andrew. Yang is on the PODCASTS. Come on I am the fact that we're getting like very fancy politicians on the show. The fact that made it. The fact that a politician would talk to anyone. In this room truly shocker. I came in imagine the interview coming up with Andrew Young is so informative full disclosure I was very nervous and act really weird in the interview I was stuttering I was constantly fixing my hair I was super unprofessional and a little hung over. You Andrew. Yang like this. BMI podcast news like to help everyone. Was a charity initiatives the circuit suffering I gotta be honest with you. So before I interviewed Andrew Yang I couldn't sleep because I was nervous remember out of sleeping pills. Yes. And I took one of my dogs Gabba Pennington's. which is like a dog sedative or like a pain medication. Yeah, I'm saying it. I'm real I don't lie to our fans I tell them what's what I'm not going to pretend to be perfect even though I, come off that way I know you think I'm perfect. I know I'm giving all my secrets right now. No I took I got so nervous that I wasn't GonNa Fall Asleep. So I took a little bit of like old Nyquil from what I was thinking January nyquil I love it can't believe that should legal and then I went into my dogs like medicine cabinet and took Gabum Penton. The expiration date was like two thousand seventeen. So I took like a weird old painkiller and I, felt really odd during the interview I bet you do. Plus being kind of nervous and got his daughter and she isn't anybody else's spirit left their body. My the only one who can see myself from above remember the producers after the guys I think that was a disaster, I think. I'd totally embarrassed my south like I found myself stuttering. But usually when I think I'm moving slow or can't say something properly I'm actually speaking at a normal speed even on my head it sounds like I'm like in some ocean or like in quicksand. Listen back to it and I'm looking at. Her like I'm GonNa can't remember this word. You're such an idiot, and then that's how it feels in my head but I'm actually just talking in a lucid way. is how it comes off. Pills part in helping the PR- pills certainly didn't help I just. Wait does podcast. It's do not take your dogs drugs to wait on your prescription. Which is Whitney's biggest fault. She does understand that you can't call pharmacy Mackenzie my pills now. Look Man. We can't just give you more feels that she's like. But I can't but I'm tied tie and they were like we gave you enough to last. I lost. Sometimes Chop. Or had to take like one and a half one day because. You can't self medicate man. We're in a pandemic know we'd be a little flexible these rules. I'm not gonNA like, sue you just be cool about it my favorite thing. Is My buddy and I'm like I. Don't think he's ready and you go thought. I. Can't believe this fucking annoy you guys know me Google me. You know why? I need this early like I'm GonNa tell them can you really quick? Pay. It's just like now I can't sleep because my prescriptions not ready undoing the whole point of this drive. Now. I'm panicking Saudi exotic medication, but that's not ready. Hey. This is on you. If you don't give it to me, I'm going to take Nyquil and my dogs drug. So your call, just you're you're gonNA, stay on the phone me all night. So can you love me to sleep? He won't give you my sleeping pills. You've been learn how to whisper to try to like guilt them in like appeal their conscience. If you don't give this to me, I'm going to take some like old weird, Roseanne. Medical. Remember when? We had to get my PROZAC prescription used. On Back Order Oh. Yeah. I'm very I'm I have a lot of questions about why call through three different pharmacies and they're like it's a shortage in La. That's such. An La thing to say there's a shortage of PROZAC in Los Angeles in the south. They'd be like we don't even know what that is. Like. Laying in the yard trying to say what shape is that Klaus there's some moonshine at the yard sale down the street. What's your mouth? Why did HE PROZAC? Okay Anyway, we want you to get to Andrew Yang as soon as possible because I think the interview is Super Besides seeming low low groggy he's super incisive and he seemed completely sober. That's great where the lower listeners you. Once you get past this as quick as possible, we'll. No, we just haven't done an open and so long and everyone wants to hear from. Benton, we have a couple announcements to make unfortunately because of this God damn invisible murderer called Cova the Houston and House of Blues shows that were scheduled I. believe in March are being canceled canceling Marsha always thought the invisible murder was the tooth fairy. had. I that's so funny to me. I can't explain why House, of Blues Show and Houston is canceled. How ever if you're listening to this podcast, there's a very strong chance that we are going to do some outdoor shows in late September early October on the east coast a couple in the midwest were driving we're going to take a couple of flights safely a tandem bike. So check the website when he cummings dot com I'm also going to do text alerts I know this is boring logistical stuff I hate it as much as you do but eight, one, eight, two, three, nine, seven, five, two, seven, text,.

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"andrew yang" Discussed on H3 Podcast

H3 Podcast

06:35 min | 6 months ago

"andrew yang" Discussed on H3 Podcast

"With us again is Andrew Yang. The can I call you a futurist? Do we accept this title? I used to joke Ethan that people call me a futurist but I am actually apprentice it's all going on right now that's and I and I was contracting myself with other political figures who seem stuck in the past it's like everyone's arguing for some version of the past. So If people call me a futurist. I mean it sounds cool. It makes me sound with it and forward thinking so I mean I'll take it. That is a good point though I mean. The ideas that you are speaking about only. You know a year or two ago before co Vid is already here. Now you be I was your was your kind of main. May know. Platform and. Once covid hit this whole you discussion came forefront like all the sudden. This isn't such a bad idea. Yeah majority of Americans now support universal basic income that just came out this week and. Something like seventy, six percent of Americans favor cash relief during the pandemic, which is, as you can tell a very close cousin to universal basic income and we're getting a ton of economic data right now that showing that the money were putting into people's hands has been enormously positive for the economy for those individuals and families for. People's ability to continue to spend money. In their local communities. So it's been like a large scale. Kind of involuntary you be I trial but I'm happy to say that it seems like now it's mainstream wisdom and the majority of the American people support it I. Wish I didn't have to be under these circumstances but thank you all because you were head of the curve pre pandemic. You're like actually a good idea, and then now we all look like geniuses because everyone's like totally freaking do this. The timing was crazy because once like. Ban. Democrat and everyone started talking about cash relief like year name started trending on twitter because everyone was like Dude Andrew has been talking about this right before happened the timing was unbelievable. But what the government has done like you said, it's cash relief is not really ub I whereas a lot of other countries have gone beyond and just said you know during. During this crisis, we're going to give you cash every month. Our government has stopped short of that. There they gave one time twelve hundred dollars is that enough in your opinion to to really. Help people get by. Well it's better than nothing, but it should have been recurring. Done. That sort of thing every month for virtually everybody as WANNA say. How Happy. I was to see you in Hilo with your help economic relief where you're giving. Five, hundred dollars, which is an enormous difference maker. I, know because we've been doing something similar now but our government should have been doing that kind of thing from day one for virtually all of us and the thing that made me. There's a lot of things that made me very angry about our approach but we were using the irs as a tool to get people these checks and that was the right move under the circumstances but it still misses a ton of people. There are a lot of people that are not filing tax return but. Enough money in many cases, and when we were trying to get money to people, we were just doing what ordinary the people would do which venturing or cash adding or pay pal I mean that's how you and I send money to each other when we send each other money every night which. But. If the visuals tried to send money to each other, you know you can just do it. So that's what my organs been doing our government. How can our government not use an APP that like millions of US used. He's They. Buddy to. GET MONEY I wonder. Do they it almost seems like. To unofficial the government sending money to people through like vim or something. Do, they make their own proprietary thing like how did they do that really within Just, seems odd for the government to send. A trillion dollars over van Mo-. It would have been awesome though I mean it would have been awesome. Agree is that is that a? Year is that a realistic? Actually, I should say cash dot. Gov. Better friends with Jack. Dot Com. Yeah so. It's I. Mean It's A joke about how unofficial teams But that is the kind of move that I wish we'd made and and this point the vast majority of Americans. No we need to do a lot more for people. I'm friends with a guy who has essentially a dashboard to the financial pictures of. Over two million American. TEMP. GIG and contract workers, and so he's seeing their financial fortunes rise and fall and real time, and he said that like their job started to evaporate in March but a lot of them kept getting money from the unemployment benefits and I was like the big lifeline for a lot of these folks and then he saw those benefits end in. July, and then all of a sudden and stuff just starts heading down he also said that the temp gig opportunities of gunned down by sixty percent market. People don't have jobs to seek out. And they had money and now they're not having money and so he seeing all. Evaporate in August. So we should be doing more of what we. Did in April, we descend people money. We should be doing it to virtually everyone every month to your point to meet them because they're doing a lot of sorts of things in other parts of the world right. Yeah I. Mean we're in this situation I don't know how people are going to continue to get by because like you said, the the benefits basically just stopped right where if you're unemployed, we're getting extra six hundred dollars on top of their unemployment and I know for a lot of people they said. This is huge. this is helping me a lot. That's that's ran out outright and so. I, genuinely 'em soup, and then at the same time, you have a lot of places the. The Eviction Moratorium expiring..

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"andrew yang" Discussed on Radio Atlantic

Radio Atlantic

07:03 min | 11 months ago

"andrew yang" Discussed on Radio Atlantic

"The challenge of trying to have us come together and improve. Civilization is going to be more important than ever right now and even trying to go back to normal is in my mind wanted. It's it's not possible but to you have to try to rebuild the country in a bigger more profound way on the way out A. We need a Marshall Plan style initiative to rebuild the country needs to be Gargantuan Eh needs to be historic almost unprecedented given the scale of the needs. Are you optimistic or you cynical about where we're headed? I am determined to do everything I tend to fight for a better future. That was true before the dozen ten optimistic Andrew this campaign. Well you know you have some time together. Spend some time ago. I think when you're first stories about me was talking about like my leak. Vision of the future is because what I wrote about them with. Something that was true is that you were talking about how things were getting better. And we had to deal with it and not pretend that they weren't getting better fried and the way that it came up in a high profile Benson starting in the second debate in the primary that was in Detroit. You there was a question about climate change and what could be done to mitigate it in a lot of the candidates said well you know we still got time to change everything you said. People have to to higher ground maybe Ryan but like the waters Arganda rise. We have to deal with it and what I think connected to a lot of people with your campaign. Was that sense of like politicians telling us. It's all going to be okay. It's not all GonNa be okay and we should stop pretending that so now. This is a much worse situation at least immediately. Worse situation for a lot of people than things felt last August when I wrote that article. One hundred percent no I. I think this next couple of years is going to be as you said very rocky because the virus is going to be part of it at every moment. We're not going to have a vaccine that we can broadly distribute every American or optimistically. Eighteen months twenty four months. The thing I'm optimistic about is that if we make certain decisions like for example sending everyone two thousand dollars a month for the duration of the crisis it would make things better you know the the crisis has clarified it for many people but millions of Americans were suffering before run of ice came along so the the hope I have. Is that if we start trying to solve this immediate problem we can actually make progress on the other big problems and we start making progress on climate change progress on a lot of things. When I said before that we're experiencing ten years of change in ten weeks it could be that acceleration also includes accelerating the solutions for the problems. You were Let's close with this. You that night in New Hampshire when you were dropping out of the campaign I asked about what your future in politics government might be like We talked about the possibility of running for mayor of New York City. Which is races opened in two thousand twenty one? We talked about the possibility of joining an administration that point we didn't know who the nominee was going to be but now we know that. Joe Biden is the nominee so maybe by that administration should he win? You find that this these last six weeks have made you more interested in being involved in politics and government or more interested in trying to do things from the outside. That's a great question. I'm motivated to solve these problems. And I think government has to be a big part of the solution. A you know you don't have the right level of resources in philanthropy or other parts of the economy without government being involved so my thinking on that hasn't hasn't changed in the sense that if you want to be a part of the solution the reality is that government is going to be a bigger part of our economy and our society moving forward than it has been at any point in our lives. That's just the reality and for people people listening to this podcast or probably generally into politics and they're gonNA use to it but it's like if you didn't you said like oh. I'm just GONNA try and stay out of that stuff. You'RE GOING TO BE MISSING. Where a lot of the most important decisions get made So I hope you're you're talking about how you need to give the the twenty dollar checks or pay Pal infusions. Because then people aren't getting what they need out of government. So does that make you think you're better uses inside or outside? This is the great challenge is like is that does government have massive problems. Yes it does is government necessary to solve the problems. We're dealing with right now. Yes it is and you know. Both those things are true. So it's very difficult you know. It's the frustration that many Americans have. And if you looked up over the past number of months or years and just throw up your hands and said I don't want to deal with politics like you know the this stuff just depresses me. It's exhausting I would look at you and be like yeah. That's a very rational approach. So I'm prepared to do everything I can to try and move solutions across the finish line. I think that government has to be the central part of solving some of these problems. But I will say that. I think that I'm fortunate enough. Thanks to the people who supported my campaign where I have a lot of the platform and visibility that a public figure do regardless of whether or not. I'm holding office at a moment in time. And that's been something. I'm anxious to exercise. We reached millions of people. Do the campaign had almost half a million donors. Many of them are more enthusiastic than ever about our vision for the country. I'm so I think that there are ways we can move vision forward other inside or outside government for for someone who is proud of being a non-politician that was very politician. Type ANSWER OF NOT COMMITTING. The other and learning is an kidding. All right I'm GonNa let you get back to all the rest of the stuff that you have your exciting scheduling quarantine Andrew Yang. Thanks.

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"andrew yang" Discussed on Radio Atlantic

Radio Atlantic

10:48 min | 11 months ago

"andrew yang" Discussed on Radio Atlantic

"Welcome to the ticket. I'm as well it's been over a month sheltering in place and it's incredible. How much thing to change. Despite so little seeming to change their by day now where they're headed tune-ups the presidential campaign is pretty much frozen place. Donald trump during his free things. Joe Biden trying to keep up his basement studio at the same time. We've seen a tremendous change. And what's possible put it. Like monarch candidates are defined by seemingly impossible Bernie Sanders to Medicare for all Donald Trump and the border wall but one twenty twenty candidate at an impossible policy. That of a sudden wasn't just possible was bipartisan. That'd be Andrew Gain in universal basic income Yang. Wanted to give every American thousand dollars a month. We're not quite there yet. But in principle that policy took a huge step forward in the twelve hundred dollar stimulus check? Sent out just glad that the idea's working but doesn't take real pleasure in it becoming so necessary so quickly and much like what differentiated him from the rest of the field in the Democratic presidential race. He's much less optimistic about what comes next. Take us the last time that you and I sat down was six weeks ago. It feels like maybe a thousand years ago. We were in Keene New Hampshire when you were in the process of realizing that you were going to drop out. I wrote something about you dropping out then that I'm just going to read to you. There is a line in it. That said Will his one thousand dollars a month? Universal basic income become law. Probably not but at this point. It's about as real as Donald Trump's border wall Bernie Sanders Medicare for all so that was February eleventh that published. That feels like longtime time ago in a lot of ways when we just got twelve hundred dollar stimulus checks these tens of millions of Americans did and we all have a very strong sense. That does the last check. We're going to get so. It's certainly been a very eventful last two months in the darkest way possible were living version of universal basic income. Right now this pandemic has clarified for all of us that we need to rethink how to get value into people's hands when we're all trapped in our homes but also how we're going to humanize the economy after we come out of our homes eventually because the reality is that of these millions of jobs that have disappeared. Many of them are gone for good It's not the case that macy's is going to rehire all events. Hundred thirty thousand furloughed employees. It's not the case that these millions of workers are all going to be welcome back with open arms in a friend who advises corporate CEOS say that every CEO is telling them that they're looking at automating jobs away forever. They're looking at smaller office footprint higher levels of remote work. They're making the decisions now. So this is not unfortunately just a blip of this is a transformation that's going to change the way of life for millions of Americans for years and years to come and universal basic income to me needs to be front and center in ways that we can build pads for many of the people that have lost their jobs for good the big idea you had was the FBI since you dropped out. Pope Francis was behind it. Donald TRUMP is behind. Does it feel like you one anyway? Even though you obviously are very far from having won the race it doesn't feel like I want because of all of the Despair and harm It's happening around the country now. First and foremost. I'm just someone who strives to improve people's lives in fact that so many lives have been disrupted and devastated like it's hard to feel anything but sympathy me not. I feel glad that my campaign advanced this idea of putting money into people's hands right when we needed it us on that level ungrateful evidence supported my campaign But it's impossible to feel like a winner when people are suffering so much to me we need to adopt it in full which is to say at a minimum look for every month you are in quarantine you get this money and we should look at doing it. In Perpetuity. Going forward given the level of economic disruption. Because if you look at the industry that have been up ended in. It's not just the obvious ones. Everyone's got kicked the curb so we need to try and rebuild our economy and society on the way out. It's clear to me that we need a Marshall Plan scale initiative to rebuild the country. And that's what I'll be pushing joon and that's what. I hope to be a part of imagining that. This situation like a rubber band. Will we're going to snap back to normal is just not realistic. The future that you had sketched out on the campaign trail was one where automation was becoming more and more part of our lives and That I talk about truck drivers and all those jobs being lost and thinking about what happens to not only the truck drivers jobs with all the other Jobs that are connected to the add more self checkout or whatever it would be wondering when you were thinking about the future you were not ever talking about a pandemic in this kind of change to the world and the economy. Are there things that this situation has opened up to you that you didn't realize where things were in the country or in society before now you can see them a little bit more clearly? Unfortunately this pandemic is accelerating many of the trends. I was deeply concerned about where we're experiencing ten years worth of transformation of our economy in ten weeks because if you're a transportation company or a grocery store your scaling up your investments in robots in technology because they don't get sick and to send them in and at this point there's even a consumer preference for not dealing with a person. There has been this in my opinion somewhat. Misplaced point of view. That's I go people WANNA do people. People don't WanNa deal with robots or machines or self driving cars or self driving trucks and now all out the window to me. What I was concerned about is coming true before my eyes in a compressed timeframe and that's very very concerning so your thought coming off of the campaign before Corona virus was part of our lives was to do a pilot program. You'll be I to raise money and then pick a couple of people at. Did you have a number that you picked the number of people you pilot with a and then essentially do you be? I for them and see what happened right now. We're all living a giant trial. But but it's also it's also what happened. Is that you instead of doing a thousand dollars a month. You shifted to a much more immediate and much smaller injections of money to people whether sometimes like twenty dollars even as it can be enough to make a difference in that person's life at this point that's exactly right. We raised several million dollars with a plan of running universal basic income trials than various communities and attracting results which we are still hoping to do and planning to do but in this context we pivoted to just giving money to people who needed it in front of economic relief. Our first big grants were thousand dollars. Two thousand families in the Bronx that were identified as struggling economically through an organization. Their neighborhood trust which was a financial counseling to the working poor in the Bronx. So they've been a very high level of confidence that not only. Would they get the money? They would also get financial counseling session on top of it not blank check. Yes that was the first move. And then we started giving micro grants Initially between two hundred fifty and five hundred dollars to people but then we were overwhelmed by the demand where I think right now. We're up to around thirty thousand plus Requests. Which if you do the math on that would be fifteen million dollars If we were to give them five hundred dollars and we didn't have fifty nine dollars. We're still trying to raise money. But we started giving out twenty dollars and sending nice messages saying like look. We can't do everything we want. But here's twenty dollars and we started doing that in part because when we did that a little bit people expressed just how grateful they were than anyone actually is trying to help them like. You know that there's such a sense of isolation and hopelessness and despair among many Americans right now that even just getting twenty bucks the pay pal and you'll be all right and we care about. You actually seem to really help people in a meaningful way. So we've been now giving between twenty five hundred dollars depending upon our resources so I'm about championing universal basic income. Everyone knows that. But we're in the midst of a crisis right now and the best thing we can do is just help. People get through it. So that's what my ordination shifted towards for the duration of this crisis the messages we are getting our overwhelming. There's so much. Despair and trauma and economic insecurity and a very bleak sense of the future or unclear sense of the future. And it's very hard to navigate that level of uncertainty are there any that have struck you that Without revealing private details about the person who sent in any that have stayed with the main message gotten is that they do not think that our institutions are going to help them like they filed for unemployment and have not heard back. They call day after day and just never gone through anyone. They've filed for a refund but it went to prepare and they don't know what's going on or it got sent to an old address. There's like a very high degree of frustration and hopelessness where our institutions concerned. It's one reason why even sending.

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"andrew yang" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

08:27 min | 1 year ago

"andrew yang" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"The past year or so. There have been at least twenty eight candidates in the race for the Democratic Democrat president from including a bunch of very prominent people. Very serious BIOS. Who've just come and gone? People like Senator Comma Harris who entered the race is on the front runners but dropped out earlier earlier this month or the current Mayor Mayor of the largest city in America New York City's build a blase whose presidential candidacy barely registered as a blip amid all the comings and goings goings our been to genuine surprise stories. One is the rise of Buddha judge. The mayor of a city of about one hundred thousand people who won his last election we just over eighty five hundred votes. He's now polling in the top four nationally highly competitive in the first two states and the other is Andrew Gang who very few people had heard of before he decided to run for president. The forty four year old entrepreneur entrepreneur has built basically completely from scratch out of nothing. Erode bus campaign operation attracted a genuinely enthusiastic basis. Support has raised lots of money and it is all allowed him to outlast and outpolled numerous sitting governors and senators and has repeatedly propelled him onto the debates. Dave even as many of his bigger bigger-name rivals have failed to make the cut. It's really pretty remarkable story and joining me now. Is Andrew Yang Democratic candidate for president. It's good to have you Chris Great to see you happy holidays. Thank you for having me on. Okay so I wanNA talk about healthcare. The first this has been obviously the subject of a lot of debate. You've talked talked about the debates you've talked to on the campaign trail but I'm slightly confused about your position. The first ad that your campaign ran was with your wife and talk about your son and she he says that you would fight for Medicare for all. It's been sort of a part of the platform along with the freedom dividend which we'll talk about you recently. Put out a healthcare. Some language would your website where you say you support the spirit of Medicare for all which leads me slightly confused about what actually pro grammatically would want to see happen. Well what Medicare for all means too. Many Americans is universal healthcare. That's high quality and lower zero cost and that is exactly what I'm championing. We need to provide health care to all Americans but I would not get rid of all private insurance plans immediately because millions of Americans are on those plans enjoy those plans in many cases negotiated for those plans. In lieu of higher wages. The goal of the government has to be demonstrate that we can out compete the private insurance plans and squeeze them out of the market over time so so is that something along. The lines of positions taken by Joe Biden indigestion. A few others in which there would be essentially the availability of buying into Medicare for poor people. Yes it is quite similar but our plan. Dan has lower minimal cost for many Americans and then co pays just so that you have a little bit skin in the game so it is similar but we think that we've improved improved upon some of the other proposals. That are out there the other big the other big issue that you've talked about and I think there's been some kind of engines of your campaign for while. I think it was the thing that you are known on for his Some version of universal basic income. You call it a dividend of one thousand dollars a month. There's a lot of people who are two two questions about that one. This is sort of confused about how that interact with other things. The government does the earned income tax credit or other benefits for instance. Like would those go away and be replaced by that leaving someone worse off and second second of all the question of you know for people that are in dire poverty or really have problems with with with low income work. That's not enough money. Also the last thing I would ever do is take something away from Americans or leave someone worse off the freedom dividend is universal. And opt in. And if you decide to opt in you would be foregoing certain cash cash like benefits that do not include healthcare. Do not include housing vouchers. When I talked to Americans around the country those who are receiving government German benefits often are very anxious about losing those benefits? I love the earned income tax credit but thirty percent of Americans were eligible for the earned income tax credit. I don't actually receive it because they don't understand how to file for and there are massive timing of payments issues. Because if your car breaks down now and I tell you you're going to get a tax refund next spring. It doesn't help you get to work so I would never do anything to leave. Americans worse off. We have to build a foundation or floor that elevates elevates us all and starts to move forward in the twenty first century because we're going through the greatest economic transformation in our country's history right now. Let's talk about that. You talk about the threat of autumn automation and I think you connect that in some ways and there's a lot of people I think who who similar school of thoughts and people written about you be I another contacts ex. That automation is going to take away a lot of people's jobs in the future. It's going to get progressively more ambitious. What jobs are automated either? The counter to that and Paul Krugman wrote this up and other people said it is that that threat has always loomed at every moment of industrial development. And there's something called a lump of labour fallacy. Right the idea that there's a set number of jobs in the robots or the machines or the factory machines. Take some of them. There's less for everyone else which has not borne out to be the case. Why do you think it's different this time well? The pace of change in the scope of technology is much much more extreme. This time it's going to impact many more parts of the economy. You then pass transitions. I'm here in South Carolina and they lost ninety thousand manufacturing jobs now a third of their stores in malls or closing and being a retail clerk. Mark is still the most common job in our country so we have to recognize that. Yes they're going to be many new jobs that get created but these jobs are going to tend tend to be four different people with different skills in smaller numbers than the jobs that are being lost in communities around the country. But isn't that partly just a question of like Labor bargaining power and also a little bit of redistribution right. I mean like there was no reason that for instance making a car was a good middle class job until the UAW nuys and basically made it a good middle class jobs. It seems like there's lots of jobs that might get created in the question about how much power workers have over their wages. Ages ends up being really the determinative. One yeah you hit the nail on the head where unions have been this massive force for better compensation and benefits benefits. Union membership has declined by fifty percent over the last number of years and as a result most Americans are not benefiting from that kind of collective bargaining power. Or if you put this foundation of a thousand dollars a month into workers hands it actually makes workers much much harder to exploit and push around and this plan that I'm championing. Championing is not Originally my plan Andy. Stern who used to be the largest labor union leader in the country proposed this as a response to automation in in his twenty fifth book raising the floor and so this idea has been with us for a long time is just overdue that we actually put it into law. Okay final question. I WanNa ask you you about your trajectory here and your relationship to the Democratic Party. It seems to me that from the folks that are supporters of yours and people online that you're you're reaching a lot of people who haven't traditionally been involved in politics or part of the Democratic Party. How do you view your relationship with the Democratic Party? What have you is your your role in the larger sort of ecosystem? Oh system of the party. In whose primary running. Thanks for asking Chris. I registered Democrat for a long time. I served as is an honorary ambassador. In the Obama Administration to me. The Democratic Party needs to try and dig deeper and figure out how. We're going to solve the problems. I got Donald Trump elected. But I've been a loyal Democrat for years. I'm just trying to provide new energy and new ideas to the Democratic Party to help us all move forward in the twenty first century entry. I would certainly never do anything that would increase the chances of Donald trump becoming president again staying president. And I'm thrilled that I'm bringing independence and Libertarians. Disaffected trump voters into the fold. That's how we're going to grow the Democratic Party and that's how we're going to beat Donald Trump in twenty twenty all right Andrew under Yang. Who is in South Carolina where he is campaigning? Running for President Thank you so much for making time tonight. I appreciate it. Thank you Chris. South Carolina the state of the arrest. The two thousand twenty field. How things have changed and how? They've.

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"andrew yang" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

13:10 min | 1 year ago

"andrew yang" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

"Hi Melissa Milano and this is sorry not sorry where we tackle social political and cultural issues from the Respective of unapologetic guests while highlighting citizen activists doing amazing things throughout the country on today's episode you'll hear my conversation with twenty twenty presidential candidate Andrew Yang he's taking a different approach than the other candidates from his freedom dividend to free financial counseling for all his ideas could spark some actual change I really loved sitting down with him and I think you'll really enjoy hearing his perspective I'm Andrew Yang and I'm running for president on a platform to give every American at one thousand dollars a month and I'm sorry not sorry injure Yang went from this is a long shot candidate from New York his profile is actually pretty low tonight ten candidates who made the cut including nine politicians and Andrew yet to detect who has never run for anything managed to make it this far starts with a thousand dollars a month seconds of taking the stage in Macarthur Park Monday night it became clear that forty four year old businessman Andrew yet I think if it like any other Democratic candidate in the twenty twenty race and that's something his supporters say will help him be trump he knows his attacks gone.

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"andrew yang" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

FiveThirtyEight Politics

08:51 min | 1 year ago

"andrew yang" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

"Hey there listeners gaylon here so here's a funny story nate and I were at the airport leaving Houston after the debate last week. When we ran into Democratic Attic presidential candidate Andrew Yang we're actually on the same flight and so instead of wasting time waiting at the gate we asked him to record a podcast with us now as you know we don't usually talk to candidates while they're running for president but UNIM- we just decided to see if he'd oblige and he did so to all the other candidates out there. If we see at the Airport Watch out anyway we didn't have to onto talk to him and we recorded the podcast on our cellphones but we hope you enjoy hello and welcome to the fivethirtyeight politics podcast. This is a very special edition. Nate Ni-.

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"andrew yang" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"andrew yang" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"Katie. Order blowing. These picking on dirt eastern Alice, but I eight twenty twenty democratic presidential candidate and author of the war on normal people. The truth about America's disappearing jobs and why universal basic income is our future. That's all the time we have ladies Andrew Yang, ladies and gentleman. I haven't read your book, but I read the title I think I get it all. Okay. So I'm gonna ask you the same question of as many the contenders who've been on our show. Twenty three of them. I'm gonna run be twenty three and me. You have some those twenty three people are running. Why you I'm running for president because I'm focused on solving the problem that got Donald Trump elected in the first place in twenty sixteen. He's our president because we automated away, four million manufacturing jobs in Michigan. Ohio, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin. All the swing states that we needed to win and my friends and technology. Now we're about to do the same thing to millions of retail jobs. Call center jobs, fast food, jobs, truck driving jobs and on and on. We have to wake America up to the fact that it is not immigrants that are causing these problems. It's not immigrants. My right. Technology got hard to get them to applaud. And so we need to solve these problems for the American people. And that's how we beat Trump in twenty twenty that's how we move the country. Yeah. You got your lane. You got to issue. Nobody else has which is they're coming for your jobs. And what jobs are we talking about? I know you talk about in your book jobs that involve a routine. Right. Something that is repetitive. Those jobs that can be replaced by machines autumn ocean amazing artificial intelligence. Yes. What areas that we talking about forty four percent of American jobs. Fall into either. Repetitive manual work or repetitive cognitive work. So we're talking about retail jobs, call center jobs, fast food jobs retail. Well, retail thirty percent of American malls are closing in the next four years, because Amazon sucking up twenty billion dollars in commerce every year, and you don't think of that as an automation thing because the riots not going in and doing I still think of retail is go to the mall and how could a machine if I asked do I look in this, you know. This make me look fat now. But you're yeah. People don't care about that anymore. They buy everything online. Yeah. And if you go to the fulfillment center, it's wall-to-wall robot. So that's why retails also being automated away. Okay. So that's part of your plan, then the thing, that's in your book, UB, I, which Aboul disease. I didn't even I know. But every time I hear you be I think. It's one reason, why we rebranded it the freedom dividend. And it's a plan where everyone gets thousand dollars a month..

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