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In 2020, the Democratic hopeful Andrew Yang on his proposal, to give you $1,000 per month to the Americans over the age of 18.
The democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang told Fox News on Thursday that he is “laser focused on the issues that got Donald Trump elected, in 2016,” and thinks that his plan for a universal basic income, and resonance with voters.
Yang would plan, $ 1,000 in the pockets of every American over the age of 18 years, in the amount of $2.4 trillion a year, money that would come from Amazon transactions, Google search, and robot-to-truck-miles, but he says the money would, in effect, recycle into the economy through a “trickle-up”.
Yang Fox News’ “The story with Martha MacCallum said” that he believes the $12,000 annual scholarship to go “in car repairs, and tuition and food for children and trips to the hardware store”, and “create would create about 2 million new jobs and consumers to grow the economy by 10% to 12%.”
“The money is not, and everywhere disappears,” Yang said. “We have it and give it to and makes our family stronger and healthier.”
THE 2020 CANDIDATE ANDREW YANG: UNIVERSAL BASIC INCOME, TO MAKE AMERICANS HEALTHIER
Yang, a former Ambassador of the global entrepreneurship to President Barack Obama, insisted that a government handout, make Americans healthier and happier, and job losses due to the booming tech industry, with mental health issues and depression.
“If you overdose a look at our life expectancy, it has declined for the last three years, due to surges in the suicide and drug. A lot has happened in communities that have lost manufacturing jobs. So, if you like the project, the Trucker happens in the next 10 years, there are 3.5 million Americans who drive a truck for a living now. And if you think you would your livelihood be lost very easily or smoothly, then you probably live in a different country than I do,” Yang said.
He referred to a similar initiative in Alaska, where citizens benefited from a petroleum dividend for over 40 years, a plan that remains very popular throughout the state.
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Yang hopes on the far-left ideology that everyone is “get a piece of all the innovations and progress, to enjoy the some Americans, but some Americans are right to feel to the left,” and has dubbed himself the anti-trump.
“Well, you know, they say the opposite of Donald Trump is an Asian man that joked like math, Yang.
The 2020 contenders also weighed in on the brewing abortion debate came to a head on Wednesday when Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey signed a law into effect that all abortions almost in the state illegally and make it a crime, punishable by up to 99 years or life in prison, unless the health of the mother is at risk, with no exceptions for women impregnated through rape or incest.
“I think it is a deeply personal decision to take each woman and me, should not say to the government with a heavy hand to what was supposed to be this election or not,” Yang said. “I think that male legislators, in particular, you should step back, let the women decide what they do with their own reproductive rights and freedoms. I have a feeling I know how the women would come.”