What if Andrew Yang had an anime opening?
YouTube user Andrew Nguyen, a “progressive” Canadian with an interest in American politics and anime, decided to answer just that.
Democratic presidential hopeful Andrew Yang has now qualified for the next round of presidential primary debates in September after successfully reaching the required poll threshold on Thursday.
We did it – poll #4! Thank you #YangGang – it is on to Houston and the Fall debates!! Special thank you to all who have been spreading the word. Let’s make history together! 👍😀🥊🇺🇸 https://t.co/WyYbnqWRil
Videos showing what appear to be 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang getting his mic cut off during the debate on June 27 have surfaced online.
For those who tuned in to last night’s Night Two of the Democratic Presidential Primary Debates, it became obvious that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris were the focus of most discussions during the event with one popular potential candidate receiving little to no airtime — Andrew Yang.
According to an analysis by The Hill, Yang received the least amount of airtime last night out of all 20 Democrats on stage during both nights of the debates, with just two minutes and 50 seconds of speaking time. This is far less compared to the other presidential hopefuls who were also among those granted the least amount time last night: author Marianne Williamson clocked in at four minutes and 49 seconds and Rep. Eric Swalwell at four minutes and 24 seconds, still nearly twice as much time compared to Yang.