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The democratic national Committee, the rejection of presidential candidate Andrew Yang is the call for the Committee to carry out their own polling in the midst of concerns about the lack of diversity on the debate stage.
A DNC spokesperson told Fox News on Monday, “The DNC does not sponsor its own debate qualifying surveys of the presidential candidates during a primary. This would break with the longstanding practice of the two parties, with independent polling on the debate on qualification, and it would be an inappropriate use of DNC resources should be directed, to beat Donald Trump.“
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Yang is the only democratic candidate for President was the color. December, the debate stage, according to California Sen. Kamala Harris dropped out of the race and New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker and former HUD Secretary Julian Castro, the party polling qualifications has been met.
In Dec. 21 letter to the DNC Chairman, Tom Perez, Yang warned that a “diverse set of candidates that may be missing in the Phase” during the next debate in Iowa, citing the “holidays and a meager number of surveys currently in the field (which will not be able to account for this week’s debate performance).”
“This is a worrying prospect for our party,” Yang wrote.
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The proposals for changes, Yang went on to say: “So, I propose a simple solution: between now and January 10, DNC should have invested the Commission with four early state of qualified surveys in Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina, where all of the candidates, their time, resources, and personnel. It would be a precise moment to offer a recording of the current state of the race and where the voters ‘ hearts and minds are, thus, always in front of an impending problem.”
The DNC, however, the current process defended the request in the Downing Yang.
“The DNC is since more than inclusive during this entire process with an expansive list of qualified surveys, 26 surveys for the December debate, more than half of these state polls,” the official said in the statement.
On Monday, though, Yang celebrated other news: his campaign announced that comedian and actor Ken Jeong, known for his roles in “Community” and “the Hangover” – is the endorsement of his campaign for the presidency.
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“I love Andrew Yang and I am proud to praise him. He offered me a thousand dollars a month, this to say,” Jeong said in a statement released by the campaign.
The statement is in reference to the Yang trademark proposal for the implementation of a government program, the $1,000 per month for all adult Americans.
Fox News’ Andres Del Aguila contributed to this report.