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2020 democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang on poverty and homelessness in America.
Presidential candidate Andrew Yang, stirred up a response on social media during the Democratic debate Thursday evening, when it quickly became apparent that he was the only male candidate on the stage not wearing a tie.
Yang, known for his relaxed wardrobe choices, has a Twitter account for his refusal to wear a tie to the title: “Andrew Yang’s Missing tie.” The account is the third of an unknown.
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The account had been several times on tweeted during the first half of the debate and concentrated mainly on the mocking of the other candidates.
Yang choice did not go unnoticed by other politicians and the media, also tweeted about his unconventional style.
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Yang has been a supporter of the introduction of a universal basic income for all Americans over the age of 18 years, to combat the unwanted employment consequences of the increased automation. He also criticized the pay with Amazon, say that you must be forced to their “fair share” of taxes and accountability of the Federal government.
A lawyer, Yang has no formal experience in the government and founded the non-profit ” companies in America.” He is also known, is an active philanthropist and served during the Obama administration as a Presidential Ambassador for Global Entrepreneurship in 2015.