Yang may be running for president in 2020, but he never fails to mention his wife of nine years, Evelyn, and their two sons during the debates.
“Senator Sanders’ description of a federal jobs guarantee does not take into account the work of people like my wife, who’s at home with our two boys, one of whom is autistic,” the 44-year-old entrepreneur said in Westerville, Ohio, pushing his $1,000 per month universal basic income (UBI) proposal.
“Senator Sanders’ description of a federal jobs guarantee does not take into account the work of people like my wife, who’s at home with our two boys, one of whom is autistic.”@AndrewYang touts his $1,000-a-month universal basic income policy proposal https://t.co/w79uDO5yp5pic.twitter.com/69lgnklPIb
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